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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Skin Analysis BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN BEAUTY THERAPY SCIENCES
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Skin Analysis When carrying out a skin analysis you should consider the following 3 points: Look Touch Question
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Look Use the magnifying light to look for characteristics and conditions to guide you in making a decision as to the clients skin type. You would also look for areas that are showing signs of ageing.
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Touch Using you fingers touch the clients skin to feel the texture of the skin, muscle tone, elasticity, skin tone, amount of subcutaneous tissue and sebaceous secretions.
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Questioning Determine their skin care routine, the type of products they are using and for what skin type and finally if they have any problems with their skin. It is important that you get the clients point of view! Questions to ask: Have you had a facial before? How long has it been since your last facial? How was your skin after your last facial? Have you noticed any problems with your skin? Have you noticed any areas of dryness/oiliness? What is the main reason for you having a facial today?
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Remember It is vital that you assess the skin correctly, otherwise incorrect products and pressure could be applied resulting in an ineffective treatment. It is also important that you find out the clients requirements from the treatment i.e. just because the client has blackheads do not automatically presume that they want them extracting.
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Note The products/frequency that the client is using them can affect the current skin condition. It is important that you gain information on the clients skin care routine and the products used. Do not presume that if the client is cleansing, toning and moisturising that the skin care routine is perfect as they may be using the wrong products or applying them incorrectly.
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Skin analysis chart Forehead Open pores, papules, expression lines Eye Area Expression lines, milia,dark circles Nose Comedones, open pores, papules, broken capillaries Cheeks & Sides of Face Broken capillaries, tight pores, dry patches Neck Normal Chin Pustules, bumpy texture Muscle Tone: Good Skin Texture: Coarse on T-zone Elasticity: Good Skin Type: Combination Skin Analysis Chart
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Skin analysis chart Muscle Tone: Skin Texture: Elasticity: Skin Type: Mature Skin Analysis Chart
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Skin analysis chart Muscle Tone: Skin Texture: Elasticity: Skin Type: Skin Analysis Chart
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Remember! It is vital that you assess the skin correctly otherwise incorrect products and pressure could be applied resulting in an ineffective treatment. It is also important that you find out what the clients requirements are i.e. just because the client has blackheads do not automatically presume that they want them extracting.
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  • Clare Hargreaves-Norris Note! The products and the frequency that the client is using them can effect the current condition of the skin. It is therefore very important that you gain thorough information on the clients skin care routine and the products being used. For example the client may be cleansing, toning and moisturising but could be using the wrong products or applying them incorrectly, which would not give the required result.