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Continuing education is more important than ever. Stay on top of the latest advances in skin care with us as we delve into “Improving the Barrier Function,” and develop your abilities to sight suspicious lesions on your clients with “The Skinny on Skin.” We’ll wrap up April with 30-year industry veteran Douglas Preston who will teach us what clients really want. Sign up for one webinar or all three. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend!
The skin's barrier serves many vital functions. From keeping harmful pathogens out to keeping helpful hydration in, having a healthy barrier is imperative to the skin’s overall health. The barrier can easily become compromised by external and internal conditions, so learning how to detect an impaired barrier is essential for an esthetician’s success. In this one-hour webinar, we’ll go over the causes and effects and telltale signs of a compromised barrier, as well as how to effectively manage impaired skin sensitivities through home care, professional treatments, and protective ingredients.
Shannon Esau is the director of sales and education with Rhonda Allison Skin Care. Shannon has been working in the esthetic industry for over 18 years through owning and operating three skin care centers in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area as well as exploring her passion for skin care and ingredients through her contributions to Rhonda Allison. Shannon develops instructional programs and educational curricula, and oversees account management for Rhonda Allison Clinical Enterprises.
One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime. More people have had skin cancer than all other cancers combined in the past three decades. Based on the understanding that head and neck melanomas are particularly dangerous, “The Skinny on Skin” will teach you how to screen for suspicious moles while performing typical salon and spa services. As some of the only professionals to see the skin so closely on a client’s face, neck, scalp, and hands, beauty professionals have a unique opportunity to spot melanoma long before anyone else. After this one-hour webinar, you’ll have the confidence to know how to spot suspicious moles and feel empowered to refer your client to a medical professional for further evaluation. Join us, and together we’ll learn how to save lives.
For the past ten years, Meghan Rothschild has worked closely with the Melanoma Foundation of New England as a board member and serves as an official spokesperson and marketing & public relations manager. She is a 12-year melanoma survivor who started her awareness organization ten years ago and has been proactively raising awareness since then. She advocates for skin health through interviews with media across the country and by speaking nationally. She was instrumental in the tanning bed restriction laws for minors on a state level and has testified on Capitol Hill in support of national regulations. Awarded for her work in melanoma awareness by Cosmopolitan magazine, Rothschild strives to continue sharing the message with beauty industry professionals. Some of her work is found in Marie Clare, Fitness, Teen Vogue, WebMD, ABC World News, The Huffington Post, Crushable, Associated Press, Inside Edition, and CNN.
The esthetics industry is rapidly changing and often falls victim of fads. By learning what motivates clients, you'll be able to stay a step ahead by understanding that clients with different skin conditions are motivated by different goals. In this one-hour webinar, we'll cover motivators, client expectations ( you might be surprised!), and how to plan successful, long-term relationships with your valuable clients.
Douglas Preston's career spans more than three decades in professional esthetics, technical education, and new skin therapy development. Licensed in both California and New Mexico, he is a pioneer in non-medical corrective acne therapies and creator of the Preston Rxtractor pore extraction tool. He has been featured on CNN and Fine Living and contributes articles to Dermascope, Spa Management Journal, American Spa, BeautyNZ, and other publications.