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Catching Up With the Metal Mulisha
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Catching Up With the Metal Mulisha
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Catching Up With the Metal Mulisha
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Catching Up With the Metal Mulisha
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Catching Up With the Metal Mulisha
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Catching Up With the Metal Mulisha
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Catching Up With the Metal Mulisha
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To buy the full-length version of this DVD, visit *******www.videoshelf****/ Short of surgery, chemical peels are all the rage for delivering dramatic results. Clients, particularly as they age, are requesting peels to minimize lines and wrinkles, even out skin discoloration, and revive a healthy glow on their face. This DVD series will help you properly assess your client's peel requests and choose the appropriate peel, based on a client's Fitzpatrick type, Glogau classification, and desired results. In Vol. 3 -- Microdermabrasion Peels -- Malinda McHenry focuses on the benefits, contraindications, and application of Lactic Acid and Salicylic Acid Peels with microdermabrasion. She walks you through basic chemistry regarding pH and percentages of the peeling agents, products and supplies, recommended treatment series, expected results, and post-treatment care.
27 Oct 2007
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To buy the full-length version of this video, please visit *******www.videoshelf**** Short of surgery, chemical peels are all the rage for delivering dramatic results. This DVD — Vol. 1, Alpha Hydroxy Peels — provides step-by-step instruction on how to apply and remove Lactic Acid and Glycolic Acid Peels for the face. Malinda McHenry, an aesthetician and instructor, helps you properly assess your client's peel requests and choose the appropriate peel, based on the client's Fitzpatrick type (skin's ability to produce pigment), Glogau classification (skin elasticity), and desired results. Malinda also walks aestheticians through basic chemistry regarding pH and percentages of the peeling agents, products and supplies, benefits and contraindications, skin analysis, timing based on erythema and client feedback, neutralizing, recommended treatment series, expected results, and post-treatment care. She also discusses working with first-time clients and sensitive skin.
12 Dec 2007
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To buy the full length version of this video, visit *******www.videoshelf**** Vol. 2, Beta Hydroxy Peels provides step-by-step instruction on how to apply and remove Salicylic Acid (ideal for treating acne) and Jessner's Peels (applied under a Wood's lamp) for the face. Malinda McHenry helps you properly assess your client's peel requests and choose the appropriate peel, based on the client's Fitzpatrick type (skin's ability to produce pigment), Glogau classification (skin elasticity), and desired results. Malinda also walks aestheticians through basic chemistry regarding pH and percentages of the peeling agents, products and supplies, benefits and contraindications, skin analysis, timing based on erythema and client feedback, neutralizing, recommended treatment series, expected results, and post-treatment care. She also shows how to deal with open lesions and permanent makeup.
12 Dec 2007
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To buy the full-length version of this video, please visit *******www.videoshelf****. Vol. 4, Medical Grade Peels provides step-by-step instruction on how to apply and remove medium-depth TCA (Trichloroacetic acid) and physician-strength Glycolic Acid Peels in a medical spa environment. Malinda McHenry helps you properly assess your client's peel requests and choose the appropriate peel, based on the client's Fitzpatrick type (skin's ability to produce pigment), Glogau classification (skin elasticity), and desired results. Malinda also walks aestheticians through basic chemistry regarding pH and percentages of the peeling agents, products and supplies, benefits and contraindications, skin analysis, timing based on erythema and client feedback, neutralizing, recommended treatment series, expected results, and post-treatment care.
12 Dec 2007
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Fitzpatrick from Silvestros at 4:39 in the overtime period
20 Oct 2008
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