Course Description

An esthetician can not change a person's skin type, they can only work 'with' the skin type. What an esthetician's job is to help the client to achieve the best skin they can have by changing their problems with their Skin Conditions. There are 5 Skin Conditions; Learn in this lesson the characteristics of the "Sensitive" skin, how to recognize and help to treat them and the difference between sensitive and sensitized skin. Also, why some people call Sensitive Skin a skin type.

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LE /Director of Education- CEO of Education Tree of Cosmetology

Jo Benoit

Jo (Ann) Benoit has been involved in the skincare industry for over 30 years. In that time, she researched various skin care product lines, studied Naturopathy, and has been a Laser Technician, consultant and aesthetician in private practice, as well as for physicians. Ms. Benoit also worked with the University of Connecticut’s Department of Dermatology, Clearwater Dermatology and Palm Harbor Plastic Surgery in Florida. Always a student herself, Ms. Benoit trained in Paris, becoming the National Educator for Matis-Paris prior to educating the staff of several National Companies. However, since she believes “there is no end to education” she continues to study, train and share her knowledge and experience.

Course curriculum

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    • Suggestions for Optimizing Lesson

    • Study Sheet: Sensitive

  • 2

    Skin Conditions - SENSITIVE

    • Sensitive Skin

    • Sensitive Skin - Needs, Benefits and Suggested Ingredients