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Dermatologists and Estheticians normally use clinical skin care procedures to help clear acne. These methods should be performed by a skin health care practitioner. Trying these at home can lead to infection, worsening of the acne and scarring. It is highly recommended to consult with a skin care specialist before embarking on treatment for acne. The goal of any acne treatment is to prevent tissue damage and permanent scarring.

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Dermatologists and Estheticians normally use clinical skin care procedures to help clear acne. These methods should be performed by a skin health care practitioner. Trying these at home can lead to infection, worsening of the acne and scarring. It is highly recommended to consult with a skin care specialist before embarking on treatment for acne. The goal of any acne treatment is to prevent tissue damage and permanent scarring.

Monday, 11 August 2008 18:07

Lyns Travels

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Hello,

I’m excited to be back home after several weeks of travel, including exhibiting and speaking
at the largest industry skin care and spa trade show conference held recently in Las Vegas.


From there, I flew half-way around the world to New Zealand.  My mission was to train
trainers for our new distributor and help launch Institut’ DERMed to the clinics and spas in
this amazing country. 

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