FACE SKIN DIAGNOSIS

Performing a skin/face diagnosis is the most critical first step before carrying out treatment. The success of facial skin care depends on the woman's way of diagnosing the skin because, based on the diagnosis results, a person can determine the appropriate treatment for the client.

The purpose of the facial skin diagnosis

It is to determine the condition of the skin/face of the client utilizing careful observation of the type of skin/skin condition along with abnormalities that exist in the skin.

By making a diagnosis, it can determine several things, including:

Determine the treatment actions that will be carried out following the results of the diagnosis

Determine the appropriate type of cosmetics

Determine the right techniques in the treatment

It can provide advice and advice to clients to maintain, maintain, or improve their skin's beauty/safety.

Procedure for diagnosing

The diagnosis process is carried out in three stages. That is:

1. Amannesse

This is the stage of consultation by asking several questions, including:

Name, age, and address.

The client's medical history regarding the illness he has suffered, blood pressure, whether a doctor is treating him, and so on. It is necessary to know the contraindications of treatment.

Cosmetics have been used as well as client complaints regarding the condition of his skin.

Does the client perform routine and regular maintenance?

Does your client always protect his face/face from the sun?

Do your clients always use a moisturizer before putting on makeup.

The above consultation can be done before treatment begins.

2. Inspection

Inspection is an observation step when the treatment will be carried out after cleansing (cleansing)

Aspects of observation include:

Skin type/skin condition (dry, oily, normal or combination)

Skin pores

Wrinkles/wrinkles of the skin

Early skin disorders/disorders such as acne, pigmentation, scarring, blackheads, course / teleangiekstia, etc.

Based on this observation aspect, the maintenance action planning, the selection of cosmetics, and the right tools can be determined. In observing the skin, it will be more perfect when using a magnifying glass or a device called a magnifying lamp.

3. Palpation

I was groping in the skin to find out the elasticity and firmness of the skin. The diagnostic record is often called tonus and turgor.

Implementation of diagnosis:

Prepare a diagnostic card/maintenance record.

Consult (amaneese)

Prepare clients in care.

Perform cleansing

The skin must be clean/free of cosmetics.

Perform skin diagnoses by inspection (observation) and palpation (palpation)

Record all diagnostic results on the diagnostic card/care card that has been provided

Inform the client what actions you will take following the results of the diagnosis
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