Dermalogica Offers New Class for Professional Skin Therapists

Dermalogica is pleased to announce its new “Dermalogica with Professional Technology” workshop to help professional skin therapists become confident selecting and incorporating the best technology and electrical modalities for their clients.

Todays’ marketplace is flooded with medical and non-invasive skin care treatments; with so many equipment options and technological advances with electrical modalities, it can be difficult for professionals to determine which devices are best for their skin center and their client’s needs. The new class will allow skin therapists to dive deeper into the science behind ultrasound, microcurrent, microdermabrasion, skin needling and the increasingly popular LED treatments to give them a competitive advantage.

The class will also go through key professional Dermalogica products to use with each modality and how to incorporate them into a skin treatment. Skin therapists will leave this hands-on workshop with advanced treatment protocols that combine the hottest modalities with Dermalogica’s advanced product formulations.

“Dermalogica with Professional Technology” will be offered at The International Dermal Institute (IDI) locations starting January 2016 free of charge to all Dermalogica accounts and its employees. Professional skin therapists may register by visiting www.education.dermalogica.com.

About: While the Dermalogica story begins in 1986, the force of change in the industry started in Los Angeles, circa 1983. Jane Wurwand, a tenured, United Kingdom-trained skin therapist new to the American "esthetician" industry, recognized that continuing skin and body therapy education was practically non-existent in the United States. While her training had been comprehensive and serious, US students entered the industry licensed yet under-trained, and worse, under-respected. Jane put her education in action, opening a small classroom in Marina del Rey, California under the name The International Dermal Institute (IDI). She invited licensed skin therapists to get hands-on with the postgraduate training so critical to making them competitive in the business. Today, IDI is considered the international gold-standard for postgraduate skin and body therapy training with 37 locations worldwide.

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