- Getting the right products
- Effective products
- Removing rough, extensive dry skin build up
- How to make feet soft again
- Getting dry heels to look great
- Easiest way to manage dry peeling skin
- What are the best products to use
- What is the best product to reduce calluses
- How to get super smooth feet
- Etc. etc.
- First, we need to understand that healing comes from the inside out.
- Second, we need to understand we need to be using products which have hygroscopic properties. Meaning, products which will process into the layers of the epidermis to allow the skin to heal “from the inside out”.
- Third, we need to understand this healing process does not happen over night, nor can it happen just once every 4 weeks and be expected to be “repaired”.
Healing is a process. Consider this; You have an infection in your eye. The Dr. tells you take take a Tylenol. The Tylenol will help you feel better, but it won’t rid the infection.
The same is true for products used in our Salons. They make us feel better, make your client feel better, but they aren’t really solving a problem.
Think about that! Reach out to me if you want information on product recommendations!
In closing, not all products are created equal AND we don’t make money by being a “me too” Salon using “me too” brands. Our feet have changed over the past 50 years, our industry has changed drastically over the past 15 years and our responsibilities as “first responders” are greater.
CJ Murray, CMP, CPod, LNT
Centre for Beauty