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Save for dermatologists, there are seldom folks who are as knowledgeable about the inner workings of our epidermis as aestheticians. Like doctors, they’ve seen it all: acne, hyperpigmentation, scarring, and rosacea. The main difference is you’re probably not going to book a facial if you’re having an eczema flare-up. While facialists certainly see their fair share of skin concerns, it’s their job not to prescribe drugs, but rather to provide treatments that help soothe and transform the skin over time. What’s more: Said treatments are usually super tranquil and administered on a sleep-inducing spa table.
Aside from the relaxation factor, another tempting reason to see a facialist (interchangeably called aesthetician), is the personalized approach. Most of the time these complexion caregivers work