Lesson Category: Dermaplaning

Dermaplaning Video

Please make sure that you watch the video at least two times before start practising on a model.

Dermaplaning Lesson 12

Storage & 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 …

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Dermaplaning Lesson 11

The Treatment Make sure that you have watched the video training twice and understood all steps of 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 …

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Dermaplaning Lesson 10

Contra-indications/Contra-actions 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 …

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Dermaplaning Lesson 9

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 …

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Dermaplaning Lesson 8

Types of hairThere are 3 types of hair growing on the human body:❖ Vellus❖ Terminal❖ Intermediate Vellus hairsVellus hairs are short hairs of a centimetre or two long. A vellus hair contains little or no pigment, and this is colourless. Vellus hair follicles do not have adjacent sebaceous glands. At the same time, their shaft …

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Dermaplaning Lesson 7

Hair Shafts The part of the hair seen above the skin is called the hair shaft. The hair shaft is made up of dead cells that have turned into hard material, together with small amounts of water. The structure explains why we do not feel any pain while our hair is getting cut.Each strand of …

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Dermaplaning Lesson 6

Anatomy of the face Our face shape is created by the underlying bone and muscle structure.The skin is the largest living organ of the body and therefore should be looked after and kept well presented.The skin is underlined by the skull,A skull is composed of two main parts – the cranium and the mandible.The cranium …

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Dermaplaning Lesson 5

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 …

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Dermaplaning Lesson 4

Professional Ethics & Standards of Practice For some students, this is the beginning of your journey as a professional therapist. It is important to learn any therapy correctly but more importantly strives to become a great therapist. A therapist should:❖ Maintain the highest standard of professional conduct, conduct herself/himself in a professional, honest and ethical …

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