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Sixty million people in the United States have Acne. It’s not just for teens. One in five American adults has it too. The most common form of acne is comedones, otherwise known as blackheads and whiteheads. Comedones are another term for whiteheads and blackheads. Blackheads are referred to as open comedones and whiteheads are called closed comedones. Comedones arise when pores become blocked with an oily substance called sebum, a sticky substance produced by the sebaceous glands in the skin.
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These types of blemishes can cause trouble from the time puberty strikes. Lots of people seek some sort of help, most of them turning to over-the-counter medications sold at drugstores and supermarkets. But some go the often-more-expensive dermatologist route.
Those who choose to see an esthetician — a skin-care expert with some level of professional training are typically looking for an acne-oriented or clinical Extractions, Facial Trainees. This is where a well-trained esthetician comes highly in demand. As you are all well aware, you receive no Facial Extractions Training in your state board schools. There are hardly any advanced Extraction Facial Classes after you are handed your state licenses.
If there is any, it is so minimal that you would not feel confident enough to perform a proper Extraction Facial, therefore, you will be sent out to the real world with no training on how to do an effective facial for your clients. If you are serious, it’s up to you to seek professional advanced training on Extraction Facial to be able to give value to your loyal clients. These days because of the internet and information age, a majority of people are quite savvy and can tell the difference between a beneficial or a wasteful facial.
We need to make sure our clients receive the maximum benefits while under our care. Those of us who take extra time and effort to educate ourselves above and beyond what we were taught in the beauty schools will become successful in this field. A big number of people who get into this business and receive licenses, either stay a “mediocre practitioner” or don’t even last longer than 3 years in this field.
Since extractions are invasive, it’s a serious question. When doing extractions, an esthetician manipulates the pores, either with fingertips or a metal tool, to remove the sebum that’s causing the acne. Some extractions can even involve a tiny incision or a prick with a pointed tool called a lancet. So it’s your decision to make at the beginning of your career whether that’s the route you would like to take.
To me, if people do not get a complete extraction during their facials, why not just get a massage instead? When extractions are done properly and the pores are cleaned out carefully, the oxygen circulates and lets the skin breathe, plus the skin looks smooth and rejuvenated. That’s when clients would see a big difference and that’s when they stay loyal to you.
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I have been a licensed esthetician for over 25+ years and I have been self-employed and had a successful Skin Care Center. I have been able to create an extraction technique that has made a dramatic result in my clients’ lives.
My private extraction training has been life changing to a lot of estheticians. I am happy to say, once I am done with the hands-on training with my students, they are confident and secure to provide beneficial and safe treatment for their clients.
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