Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP)


Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP)

As the largest association devoted to skin care professionals, ASCP provides components vital to your success: liability insurance coverage, news and trends, continuing education and webinars.

Location: Genesee, CO
Members: 537
Latest Activity: Sep 14, 2020

Discussion Forum

Seborrheic Dermatitis 2 Replies

My husband recently went to the Derm and found out that the scales on his face were, in fact, Seborrheic Dermatitis. He prescribed a cream and shampoo but I was hoping to get some recommendations for…Continue

Started by Jacquelyn Rapacz. Last reply by Loana Cristina Curatolo Jun 4, 2016.

Esthetician Ergonomics

HiI am currently having sciatica issues at work. I wax approx 7 hours a day sitting in a chair (above clients head client lays down- includes facial waxing only)  Please let me know what methods you…Continue

Started by Megan Feb 26, 2016.


I need help with waxing. I have never gotten down the Bikinni wax and the Brazilian can be tricky for me. Any advice on how to learn these skills?

Started by Tatum Mann Jun 11, 2015.

Micro needling pens. 2 Replies

I am interested in some quick feedback regarding micro needling pens.  In particular, MD Pen versus RejuvaPen.  I've done quite a bit of research already and am nearing a decision, but thought it…Continue

Started by Deborah Ellis. Last reply by Deborah Ellis May 15, 2015.

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Comment by Shelley Hancock on July 8, 2015 at 5:21pm

I have some very cool "Shelley's Show & Tell" radio shows coming up! This Monday (the 13th) is ASCP sharing strategies to keep our clients coming back. You've gotta listen to this show! Monday the 20th is Becky Kuehn chatting about Oncology Esthetics and how the treatments we give to our oncology clients differ from our typical facials. This is a "must listen to" show! Listen live on Mondays at 1pm Pacific time here:  or listen from my website:

Comment by Tatum Mann on June 11, 2015 at 2:25pm
Sorry just realized I should have put this on a different conversation
My bad
Comment by ASCP on December 17, 2013 at 8:50am

Hi Luisa,

If you're an ASCP member, you can log in to the Members section of, then click Business Tools on the purple toolbar at the top. You'll see Client Treatment Forms listed, along with all the other tools you can use as a member. We have a pretty large variety of forms, some very detailed for specific treatments. Let me know if that helps! 

Comment by Luisa Rocha on December 16, 2013 at 8:49pm

I am looking for consentual forms online.  Can anyone guide me as to where I can locate them?

Comment by Cindy Moran on September 8, 2013 at 11:39am
I'm SO confused regarding the CA law for Estheticians performing Brow & Lash tinting! If it's illegal for an Esthetician to perform any Brow or lash tinting in CA, than why are approx. 80% of licensed Estheticians doing this service? ..and not just independent estheticians, but very reputable spas, with no Cosmetologist employed, are offering tinting. Why is this law not being enforced by CA Board Board? I'm shocked that tinting services are listed on so many spa service menus and no one is questioning? My clients would all like me to at least Brow tinting and they are also confused when I tell them that they have been receiving illegal services by CA estheticians in the past. Why are so many performing Brow & Lash tinting knowing it's illegal and not getting caught by State Board? I also heard that it's LEGAL for CA Estheticians to do Brows only with an "all Natural" tint, such as Intensives brand. Can you confirm this? Sorry for so much detail - but there's so much talk in CA about this and no one seems to know the true answers. Thanks!
Comment by Susanne Schmaling on June 20, 2013 at 11:50am

@vanessa, I know what its like, hang in there! It will get better and I am working quickly to get you more help.

Comment by Vanessa Barrientez on June 20, 2013 at 11:47am

@ Suzanne, I really, really, really, enjoyed it.  I learned more from that course than I did in school.  Ready for more.  I just wish I had the to do what I want to do. But, I like eating so I need to keep working my full time job for now.

Comment by Susanne Schmaling on June 20, 2013 at 10:19am

Hi Vanessa-Check the skinpro group for your response and I am also sending you an email. Take care and great job on finishing the course, you did wonderful!

Comment by Vanessa Barrientez on June 20, 2013 at 8:48am

I finished the case study and emailed it on June 15, 2013, for the SkinPro Education.  The status shows 50% complete.  I am assuming that is because I have not gotten the test results, because it also keeps advising me to do the case study.

Also, it tells me to do Level 2 case study.  Is that what will be done after June 19th?


Comment by Abram Herman on May 14, 2013 at 11:09am

Hi Marge! You can renew your membership at, or give us a call at 800-789-0411. Thanks!


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