June is Acne Awareness Month and there’s nothing but good news about an effective form of professional acne treatment–see an esthetician!
A full 85% of Americans will experience acne at some time in their lives. Acne is by far the most common skin disorder affecting almost 50 million Americans. You could just live with it, or you could fill your counter, drawers and medicine chest with less-than-effective over-the-counter remedies, or go see a professional esthetician.
Here’s a quick FAQ about skin care specialists and the acne treatment procedures:
What is an esthetician?
Estheticians, also called skin care therapists, work at salons, day spas, and medical spas and are trained in the cosmetic treatment of the skin. They perform various cosmetic procedures including facials, body treatments, and waxing. Estheticians focus on deep cleansing skin and treating skin issues like acne.
Does a skincare specialist have to be licensed?
Yes. All estheticians must be licensed in the state that they are working in. In California, estheticians must complete at least 600 hours of training and pass a qualifying examination and a practical, or hands-on, exam.
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