Aesthetics Exposed

Aesthetics Exposed

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Are you an esthetician working in the medical industry or a medical professional offering skin care services? Then “Aesthetics Exposed” is a must-have!

Aesthetics Exposed is a complete and essential guide for estheticians and medical professionals who want to learn the business, treatments and skills required to master skin care in a medical setting and beyond.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Aesthetics & Cosmetic Medicine: The Framework

1 Cosmetic Medicine Meets Skin Care

2 The Legalities of Aesthetics in a Medical Setting

3 OSHA: Safety Regulations

4 HIPAA: The Privacy Act

Part 2 The Aesthetic Consultation

5 The Science of Beauty

6 The Client Experience

7 Effective Consultation Techniques

8 Skin Condition Analysis

Part 3 Aesthetically Challenging Skin Concerns

9 Acne

10 Rosacea

11 Hyperpigmentation

12 Aging Skin

Part 4 Professional Skin Care Treatments

13 Chemical Exfoliation: AHAs, BHA, TCA, & Jessner’s

14 Microdermabrasion

15 Dermaplaning

16 Micro-needling

Part 5 Laser and Light Therapy

17 Laser Safety Regulations and Considerations

18 Light Physics

19 Visible Light Lasers and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

20 Laser Resurfacing: Ablative, Non-ablative, & Fractionated

Part 6 Complementing Medical Procedures with Skin Care

21 Neurotoxins

22 Soft Tissue Fillers

23 Facial Cosmetic Surgery

24 Pre- and Post-Surgical Treatment: MLD and Camouflage Makeup

Part 7 Innovative Skin Rejuvenation Techniques

25 Five Steps to Making a SMART Purchase

26 Devices: From Tightening to Rejuvenation, From Medical to Spa

27 Effective Formulations and Breakthrough Ingredients

28 Focusing on the Eyes

Part 8 The Road to Success: Skin to Win

29 Landing Your Dream Job

30 Easy and Efficient Business Building

31 Retail: Educating vs. Selling

32 Tools for Client Retention


A Medical Terminology, Recognizing Instruments

Used in Aesthetic Medicine, and Anatomy & Skin Physiology

B Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

C Intake Forms, Consents, and Checklists

(including Fitzpatrick Charting)

D Documentation Practices


Review Question Answer Key