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Plasma Firoblast Tips for Eyes

 Extracts from e-  Book 6 on Eye treatment ( Indepth training study series) General - PLASMA - FIBROBLAST Tips for eye treatments Tips for Newley trained Plasma Fibroblast technicians . As technicians, we should refrain from claiming miraculous results after just one treatment to our clients. You can never foretell how a person's outcomes would turn out. Each person's skin reacts and heals in a different way. Always be honest and upfront with your clients...your reputation is far more valuable than a quick buck. Preparation is crucial in this industry, as is informing your clients of this possibility! And if your client achieves amazing results after only one treatment, this should be considered a plus. I always, but always inform my clients about this possibility, and they are happy to return for follow-ups if necessary. You could charge a discounted or half price for a follow up treatment, as long as its within 6 - 9 months of original treatment. You can read t

Know your Moles

TIPS (FOR THERAPISTS) NB!  Before attempting to remove a mole or growth, always ask your client for a note from their doctor or dermatologist approving the procedure. When looking for moles on the body or face of your client, ask them if any changes in size, colour, or shape. Itching, bleeding, or crusting of moles occurred, these are signals that your client should schedule an appointment with their dermatologist or doctor to have the moles examined asap. Know your Moles Know the ABCDEs when checking the moles and have them professionally checked by a GP or Dermatologist for all concerns: ·         A - Asymmetry – one half doesn’t match the other half ·         B - Borders – the mole has uneven borders ·         C - Colour – there is a variety of colours in the mole (brown, tan, or black) ·         D - Diameter – the mole has grown larger than a pencil eraser (¼ inch) ·         E - Evolution – the mole has evolved in size, shape, colour, elevation, or they have noticed

Salivary Gland Infections & Plasma Fibroblast

  It can be quite distressing when a client contacts you complaining about swollen glands following Plasma Fibroblast treatment. CASE STUDY Q&A Salivary gland infections and plasma fibroblast, Salivary gland infections affect the glands that produce spit (saliva). There are 3 pairs of major salivary glands: Parotid glands -- These are the two largest glands. One is located in each cheek over the jaw in front of the ears. Inflammation of one or more of these glands is called parotitis, or parotiditis. Submandibular glands -- These two glands are located just under both sides of the lower jaw and carry saliva up to the floor of the mouth under the tongue. Sublingual glands -- These two glands are located just under the front most area of the floor of the mouth. All of the salivary gland’s empty saliva into the mouth. The saliva enters the mouth through ducts that open into the mouth in different places. Case Presentation F&E anesthesia cream was used to treat a 53-year-old fema


PROS & CONS There are some points for the Client and the Therapist to consider if treating a full face in one sitting  Plasma Fibroblast full facelift CLIENT  Healing could take much longer between 7 - 10 days +  The results may be disappointing, but if you address them in sections, the outcome may be better for lifting  For some customers, the healing process is significantly more difficult to bear Get all areas treated in one sitting  Downtime all in one  THERAPIST  To numb the area in sections  To evaluate the skin and compile your mapping  Always treat the deeper lines and age spots 1st, before swelling sets in · Full-face takes a lot longer to treat (for you to work precisely and neatly) time-frame for treatment is between 3 1/2 to 4 hours  The client is to follow the aftercare religiously  Client to avoid the sun at all cost KEEP FOLLOWING TO SEE RESULTS AT 12 WEEKS!  Let me know if you have any inquiries.  You are welcome to download the Free e-book in PDF & Kindle forma

How To Slow Down Aging

 A ging how does the face age ? In order for you to understand plasma fibroblast and why in general it’s a very good treatment. Let's examine in detail to see what cautions and care you need to take before determining which particular type of skin rejuvenation, such as plasma fibroblast, etcetera is right for you. When we are younger, our collagen production are at a high level, but as we age, starting in our early 30s, collagen production starts to decline, which also contributes to thinning of the skin. The most crucial concept you need to understand about skin aging is that it occurs at a number of different levels, which means that various processes are going on simultaneously.  Knowing what those changes are can help you select the best approach. The skin gets dehydrated, Wrinkles and fine lines start to appear it gets pigmented it loses collagen and the skin becomes thin and creepy with bigger pores, it overall gets dull and loses its luminosity and