I am looking to refer my 21 year old client; she relocated to Boston and works in the Newberry Street district. I'm sure she'd consider a location outside of that area, too.She would prefer to visit…Continue
Started by Lee Torres Bowman. Last reply by Lee Torres Bowman Jun 19, 2017.
hello Everyone, i'm new to this group and i'm not sure if this information is accurate or not, I've read on another post that clients can received direct shipping from skin script for home care…Continue
Started by delia. Last reply by Lisa VanBockern May 30, 2017.
Hi, can anyone tell me approximately how long these last? If used properly could a client expect to get three days use from the stocking stuffer sets? A week? Does anyone sell these or just use as…Continue
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What would be a good price point for this facial as a holiday special? Continue
Started by Miss D. Last reply by patricia kelly Nov 28, 2015.
Does anyone know if marketing materials are offered for our websites or is graphic design promos for these products left up to our own creative minds?
Everything is one year +, with the exceptions of the Lemon Zest Enzyme and the Vitamin C/Green Tea Serum which should be used within 3 months.
Thanks so much, Lisa!
Hi Sara: I have attached our protocol for treating hyperpigmentation and melasma. Also, feel free to register for Skin Script 101, which is a free on-training course for estheticians. To register, http://www.skinscriptrx.com/skinscript101/
Hi Lisa - I'm not sure if anyone checks this wall anymore, but I am treating my own melisma. I haven't practiced esthetics myself in a few years now, but the esthi I am going to for treatment suggested that I use SS in between the huge space of time I am waiting in between her treatments (financial reasons). I have acne prone, oily skin with melisma all over. Can you suggest a regimen for me with peel, enzyme, etc? I also no longer have the treatment protocol manual. Thanks!
I believe someone asked about the best products to use for Dermaplaning. I like to use the Glycolic cleanser, remove thoroughly with 2 hot towels, let skin dry THOROUGHLY and place a layer of non-talc baby powder on top of the skin. This serves two functions - preventing scrapes and showing where you have already been. Afterward I really like to tone with Cucumber toner and follow with a mask like goji/yogurt. If the glycolic retinol pads are in your backbar, you could also tone after cleansing with one or one half of a pad, let dry, apply baby powder, and continue as stated. Best of luck!
Best products to use for Dermaplaning?
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