Making Sense Of The Training Minefield

A Guide To Accredited Qualifications Over my 30-something years in education and training I have seen the comings and goings of numerous government policies and initiatives, the constant evolution of education methodologies and curriculum design formats, regular adaptations to occupational standards and ever changing requirements for measuring achievement. Terminology also changes with the wind.   Indeed … Continue reading Making Sense Of The Training Minefield

The Natural Barrier Function Of The Skin – The Key To Skin Health

  By Sally Durant for Vitality Magazine - PART ONE Traditional teaching on the epidermis tells us that it is a dead, keratinised tissue with little functionality other than to provide a toughened and largely impenetrable outer layer for the skin. In reality, this vastly undermines the importance of this tissue which creates an intricate structural … Continue reading The Natural Barrier Function Of The Skin – The Key To Skin Health

Retinol: A Product To Be Respected

Retinol is a product that no beauty therapist or aesthetic practitioner committed to remedial skin care should be without. It has a versatility and efficacy which addresses the most prevalent and persistent skin conditions of concern to our clients including acne, ageing, pigmentation, irregular texture and scarring. It is, however, a product to be respected … Continue reading Retinol: A Product To Be Respected