Aseville, NC (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
Many consumers have made a New Year’s resolution to take advantage of innovative anti-aging treatments and other remedies to turn back the clock for more youthful skin. Experts caution that only licensed estheticians should be used when working on the face and skin because of their superior knowledge, skill, and training.
Carole Gardner from Asheville, NC, and company spokesperson for YourSupremeSkin.com. explains, “some skin care providers use unlicensed assistants to perform sophisticated facial treatments such as microcurrent procedures. Without a keen understanding of the skin and the muscular structure of the face you may not know exactly where to place the microcurrent wand for maximum results.”
Nobody wants to take chances when dealing with something as delicate and important as their skin and facial beauty. Consumers certainly don’t want to hand over that kind of huge responsibility to someone who may have just been hired off the street with no state regulated esthetician’s license. There is a reason why the government issues esthetician licenses, which require successful completion of a stringent academic program including many hours of hands-on supervised training. A qualified, certified, licensed esthetician knows how to answer questions and offer solutions specifically related to the skin of the face and neck. All of the specialists at Supreme Skin in Asheville, NC operated by Gardners, for example, have the background and experience to perform expert microcurrent treatments, European facials, peels, infusions, and more.
“Even if you are going to a licensed esthetician,” Gardner advises, “keep in mind that not all estheticians have the same level of talent and expertise. Do your research. Select the best one you can find. You’ll feel more confident and will enjoy better, healthier, more visible and lasting results.”