An expert from Ana Visage Day Spa shows how to cleanse your face before exfoliating.
LaVerne OnikeAna Visage Academy has been providing quality education for 10 years and serving the community for 20 years. We provide education through traditional classroom and clinical/internship experiences. Our teaching staff consists of highly trained professionals eager to provide students with quality instruction. An education at AVA gives students a competitive edge in their career fields. The mission of Ana Visage Institutes is to produce for the profession, knowledgeable and skilled individuals who will be able to master the art and science of Esthetics, Massage Therapy, Electrolysis, Make-up, Permanent Make-up and Body Treatments. By teaching exemplary public relations skills and excellent business techniques and practices the student, upon graduation, is adequately prepared to successfully make the transition into the workforce.
Hello, we are Avi Career Training -- a Beauty, Cosmetology, Esthetics and Massage Therapy School in Great Falls, Virginia. We are happy to demonstrate how to do a facial treatment. I am going to remove the cleanser. At home, you may wash it off with warm water or you may also use facial sponges. The sponges are actually a little bit more helpful, because it creates exfoliating action, which will help to easily remove it. You must also remember that these sponges can harbor bacteria so if you are not cleansing and sterilizing them- it may become harmful to your skin rather than good. You will then rinse out the excess water and remove the cleanser (do not leave any of the cleanser on the skin since it dries out the skin). Rinse that off again, making sure you get the entire cleanser off with the sponges and once again go over the areas. This was the cleansing part and now we are going to move on to the exfoliation part.
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