Topic Tag: chemical peels

cranial and facial bones

Cranial and Facial Bones

Frontal bone Two parietal bones Sphenoid bone Collectively, these bones provide a solid bony wall around the brain, with only a few openings for nerves and blood vessels. Facial Bones: The 14 bones that support the muscles and organs of the face are collectively known as our facial bones.  The facial bones consist of: Mandible …

Cranial and Facial Bones Read More »

Chemical peel training course

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,​ the skull is composed of two main parts – the cranium and the mandible. The cranium …

Anatomy of the face Read More »

The skin

The Dermis

Dermis The Dermis is considered the blood layer of the skin. Composed of Connective Tissue Proper and heavily embedded with Collagen and elastic fibres that provide the support and coverage of all the important soft tissues of the body. Found in the Dermis of the skin is sensory receptors, blood vessels, lymph vessels, hair follicles, …

The Dermis Read More »

Chemical peel training course


The Epidermis makes up most of the tough outside layer of the skin. Epidermal cells are keratinised. Keratin is a protein which helps to give the skin it’s protective properties. The Epidermis is made up of many layers of fibrous connective tissue, there are no blood vessels in the epidermis but it’s the deepest layer …

Epidermis Read More »

chemical peels

A Therapist also should:

Be comfortable touching people. Be a good communicator, able to explain treatments to clients and ask appropriate questions. Have good listening skills. Be able to make clients feel relaxed and comfortable. Have empathy with clients. Be able to respect professional boundaries. Know when to advise clients to seek conventional medical advice. Respect confidentiality and follow …

A Therapist also should: Read More »