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Natural Facial masque Certification (soon)

Clay mask has been quite a trend among beauty enthusiasts because of the results it brings to one’s skin. And even during ancient times, has been in used by Egyptians and even Chinese Dynasties in their daily beauty routine. They considered Clay as a prominent ingredient in facial and body masks since it stimulates oxygen by absorbing impurities (such as oils and dirt, which detoxifies and smoothens the surface of the skin.

Facial masques are not really ‘skincare’, they are more of a treatment product. A good face mask should made visible and noticeable improvements to the skin immediately. Traditionally, face masks have been made with clays and muds with have a drawing effect on the skin.

This facial mask course offers knowledge when it comes to the functionality of Facial Masks, specifically the science and background of clays. Moreover, the course gives an in-depth lecture about the seven (7) types of organic clay facial masks that the biggest clinics in the country use in their treatments. 

This course will be beneficial in one’s clinical sales for this basic treatment is popular yet cost-effective. Also, students could add this in their current skillset or boost their confidence in starting a journey in the Aesthetic world. 

With the completion of the course, students will receive a certification from Truly Natural Products Australia, one of the best sources of Clays in Australia and the partner of IAAS in redefining and modernizing Aesthetic knowledge and skills. 

Curriculum for Clay Therapy course

The Material used in this session is based upon the The Publication “Cosmetic Clay – its use and benefits”

Session 1 – Chapter 1

The history of Clay

Session 2 – Chapter 2

The properties of clay

Session 3 – Chapter3

The types and use of Clay in Skincare -Theory

Session 4 – Chapter 4

The use of Clay in skincare –Preparation

Session 5 – Chapter 5

The use of Clay in skincare – Practice

Session 6 – Chapter 6

Clay in other formulations

Session 7 – Chapter 7

Blending clay

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