Combining The DMK Concept With Microdermabrasion

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Combining The DMK Concept With Microdermabrasion

Combining The DMK Concept With Microdermabrasion

 

 

When DMK performs a Microdermabrasion treatment, it is imperative that we rebuild the skin after the removal. If you don’t rebuild, the results may not be as effective and the client’s concerns may not be fully addressed. DMK Enzyme Therapy and Home Prescriptive work fantastically in conjunction with Microdermabrasion. The Remove, Rebuild, Protect, Maintain philosophy is still followed to help achieve results. This concept will help create a positive change in the skin

Procedure
Cleanse with the appropriate DMK cleanser
Perform Microdermabrasion treatment
Wipe skin of any leftover crystal residue
Apply MELANOTECH DROPS and PORE REDUCTION DROPS over the face (neck and décolletage if necessary)
Mix Enzyme Masque #1 with Aqua D’ Herb. Leave for 45 minutes
Perform head, hand and foot massage
Remove Enzyme Masque #1 thoroughly with hot towels and cleanser
Transdermal Finishing Protocol using FIBROMAX C, MELANOTECH DROPS and PORE REDUCTION DROPS. Apply BETA GEL and DIRECT DELIVERY VITAMIN C SERUM to face. Apply EYE TONE to eye and neck area. Apply CONTRADERM or BIOGEN C to face and spritz with HERB & MINERAL MIST. Apply DMK SUNSCREEN SPF 30
Apply DMKC Foundation over the top

If incorporating the use of LED into any of the treatments, they may be performed before or after the Enzyme Masque while the skin is clean and has nothing on the surface. Using the Enzyme Masque can help ensure that the structural integrity of the skin is stronger and that it will be more responsive to treatments. Enzymes create change at cellular levels and this is what you can inform the client of during the consultation. Enzymes will help the skin to function properly on its own.
Recommending Home Prescriptive will maintain the clients’ results that they achieve in salon.

For a list of stockists of this and other DMK home prescriptives, please contact DMK on (011) 262-6120. Follow us on Facebook (DMK South Africa) or visit our website (www.dmkskincare.co.za).

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