When the skin is cleansed the physician, nurse-aesthetician may begin to inspect the skin of the face, neck and decolette. Use a # 5 diopter to evaluate porosity, texture, sebum level, comedones, pigmentation variations, dryness ( test ), dehydration, skin lesions, fragility of the skin, sallowness, skin moisture and document everything. Once this has been completed then develop you clinical skin care plan.
This is based on your observations, your understnading of wht you see, what the client designates as his/her concern including your understanding and training of appropriate terminlogy used both in the medical field and Facial Aesthetics training.
Pores in normal skin are generally small and is hardly observable by the naked eye.
Pores in aged skin become larger and generally become clogged with sebum
Clinical assessment would have to include rather the enlarged pores have been made large because of aggressive peels, laser and or combinations of external/genetic factors.
The physican, nurse-aesthetician would have properly assessed the skin, clients expectations, rationales, expected outcomes and proceed. We instruct on treatments, procedures and protocols for every skin type. We will teach AHA, Polyhydroxy wash, Lactic Acid, NRJ, MJ, Jessners, TCA. Doctors and nurse-aestheticians will learn so many dynamics that they just would not know without an instructor that has been performing very safe therapeutic procedures.
We have the best team to teach theory and practical skills. Combined with this we instruct the physicians of how to develop a comprehensive, personalized clincial skin care management program. The biochemist , Mike Bloxsome provides the physician, nurse and aeshtetician outstanding knowledge, safely and how to obtain the best results.