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Basic Facial Student Objectives

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  1. List & describe different skin types List and describe different skin conditions Identify conditions or treatments that might cause a negative side effect during a facial Demonstrate the different massage techniques and identify the effects they have on the skin during a facial Understand the use of health screening forms to safely perform facial treatments Basic FacialStudent Objectives

  2. Proper skin care can make a big difference in the way the skin looks and the way the client feels about their appearance. It is very rewarding to be able to help people relax, improve their appearance and feel better about themselves. Basic Facial

  3. Skin analysis is very important part of the facial treatment because it determines what type of skin the client has, the condition of the skin and what type of treatment the client's skin needs. Skin Analysis & Consultation

  4. A condition the client has or treatment the client is undergoing that might cause a negative side effect during a facial treatment: When in doubt....don't! Contraindications

  5. On the client consultation card is a section devoted to determining a contraindication. A contraindication is a condition the client has or a treatment the client is undergoing that might have a negative side effect during the facial treatment. Allergic to Fragrance Retin-A (Skin exfoliation)‏ Tazorac (Skin exfoliation)‏ Accutane (Causes thinning of the skin)‏ Pacemaker (Avoid electric treatments)‏ Open sores, fever blisters etc. Pregnancy Health Screening

  6. Oily-Over production of oil, large pores, shiny Dry-Lack of sebum, pores very small, Normal-Even pore distribution, soft smooth Combination-T-zone usually is oily, cheeks dry Acne Prone-Presence of red papules & pustules, comedones, clogged pores Skin Types

  7. Dehydrated: Flaky areas, skin that wrinkles easily, can be caused by lack of skin care, sun damage or inappropriate skin products Hyperpigmentation: Dark patches of color, usually caused by sun exposure, hormone imbalances Sensitive: Rosacea- chronic hereditary disorder; Couperose-dilated capillaries Aging Skin: Loss of elasticity, skin sags & wrinkles Sun Damage: Chronically exposed to sun, wrinkles, sags, skin is dehydrated and has hyperpigmentation Skin Conditions

  8. CleansersDesigned to clean the surface of the skin and remove makeup • Cleansing Milks (non foaming lotions)‏ • Dry and sensitive skin types • Foaming Cleansers • Combination to oily skin • Contains surfactants • Some can contain antibacterial ingredients for acne-prone skin

  9. MasksApplied to skin for short time, gives immediate effects • Clay-Based masks-often used on oily & combination skin, oil absorbing, deep cleansing, make pores appear smaller • Cream-based masks-often used on dry & sensitive skin, have a moisturizing and soothing effect • Gel masks-often used on sensitive skin, hydrating & soothing

  10. ExfoliantsRemoves excess dead cells from skin • Mechanical • Microdermabrasion (granular scrubs)‏ • Skin brushing machines • Chemical • Alpha hydroxy acids (dissolve bonds between the cells)‏ • Enzyme peels (dissolves the keratin protein in surface cells)‏

  11. Additional Skin Care Products • Tonic Lotions • Astringents (oily-combination skin types)‏ • Fresheners (Normal-Combination) • Alcohol-Free Toners (dry & sensitive skin types)‏ • Moisturizers • Dry Skin Moisturizers contain emollients and is heavier consistency • Oily Skin Moisturizers smaller amounts of emoillients, some are mineral oil free so as not to clog the pores

  12. Effeurage Light continuous stroking movements Petrissage Kneading movement,performed by lifting, squeezing or pressing the tissue Friction Deep rubbing pressue is applied with fingers or palm Vibration Rapid shaking while fingertips are pressed firmly on point of application Tapotement or Percussion Short quick tapping or hacking movements Massage Manipulations

  13. Facial Massage

  14. Massage

  15. Facial Massage Links http://YouTube/watch?v=J07Ag-awF1w&feature=related

  16. Facial Massage Links

  17. More Links •

  18. Hand Massage Links

  19. Audio Links