Lesson Category: Beauty Courses - Chemical Peels

Chemical peel training course

Storage and Insurance

Storage All products require a copy of the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) these can be obtained from your supplier. Store all products correctly following the guidance of the MSDS, carry out a risk assessment on each product or COSHH report if required. Keep all products in original containers where possible and ensure any decanted …

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It is very important to give your client clear instructions about what to expect and what to do at home in order the get the best from their treatment, as it will prolong the effects of the treatment. Immediate aftercare The skin has been deep cleansed, stimulated and nourished. No aftercare is needed except to …

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The Treatment

Always make sure you give yourself plenty of time to prepare and set up your workspace before the client arrives. Begin by covering your client with blankets, removing their hair out their face and ensure that a towel is placed at either side of the neck to prevent water running down their neck. Before offering …

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Contra-actions are reactions of a client caused by a treatment taking place. You must explain to your client what/if any reactions to expect during/after the treatment. It is always advisable to do a patch test with products that you are using for the first time to make sure that your client is not allergic to …

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Contra-indications are the presence of a condition which may make the client unsuitable for treatment. The treatment may not take place, or it may need to be adapted. When treating a client if they show any signs of a contra-indication tactfully refer them to their GP for treatment or advice. Never tell your client what …

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Client Consultation

A consultation is a one to one discussion with your client which allows you to find out the important and confidential information that will help you advise and give clients the best treatment. Always introduce yourself to your client and treat clients a whole taking into consideration general well-being, i.e. health, emotional, physical and mental …

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Human Anatomy and Physiology

The skin makes up around 12% of an adult’s body weight.  It’s very adaptable and able to mould into different shapes, covering bones and muscles to perform various functions of the body’s make up. The functions of the skin are: Sensation- main sensory organ for temperature, pressure, touch and pain. Heat regulation – Regulates the …

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Hygiene, health and safety

Maintaining a high standard of hygiene as a therapist is essential. Not only from a health and safety perspective, but clients will not return if the salon, treatment area, or equipment are not clean.  It is vital therefore to ensure that we provide a safe environment for clients. The Health and Safety at Work Act …

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