“SKIN ALLERGY – TRADE SECRETS” – I have been in the professional skincare industry for 11 years. I find inspiration in listening to other educators and experts in the field. I am always reading anything regarding skincare and health challenges. I do not limit myself to industry knowledge and I incorporate the consumer avenue to see what they are talking about. I learned the most when working at the FDA laboratory. Working with clients to help formulate product lines and the knowledge of ingredients has really helped me in my current position. Ingredients are always changing in regard to new discoveries on ways to improve skin, as well as new methods of ingredient delivery. With the wellness trend still thriving, I see a need for more customized services and products to treat individuals that have skin or fragrance sensitivities due to a variety of internal/external sources. Ingredients are an important aspect of every consideration in this industry. Even with intake forms, clients should be aware of the ingredients they are using and the aesthetician should be aware of any contraindications the client may have. Many ingredients are contraindicated due to medications, menstrual cycles, allergies, current home care regimens, and even previous surgeries where lymph nodes were removed. The best spas have a great intake form as to really understand a client’s concerns and possible issues that could cause reactions in the treatment room. The spa staff should also be knowledgeable in the right treatments and home care for their clients. The spa management team should be willing to listen to the needs and concerns of their staff and clients and be able to adapt to upcoming trends in the industry as it is always changing. I tell every client to listen to what their bodies and skin are telling them. I also advise them to let their skincare professional know of allergies, medications, and past surgeries so the best treatment plan can be developed to treat their skin concerns with no adverse reactions.
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What’s the point you ask?
Black leggings are versatile, they are easy to use, they go with everything and everyone loves them. Just like Hale & Hush Skincare. I mean, honestly, there are only a few lines out there that I know that have the legit cult following that Hale & Hush enjoys.
Hale & Hush’s popularity lies in its ability to help the most sensitive and reactive skin types.
“…Campbell identified a pressing need for high-quality skincare products for extremely sensitive and health-challenged skin®. She became an expert in the subject….In 2015 Campbell founded Hale & Hush, the only professional skincare line to focus exclusively on sensitive skin. For occasionally to seriously sensitive skin, Hale & Hush has sensitive skin covered.”
Over the past year, as I’ve gotten to know Hale & Hush, either through online observation or through conversations with skincare pros at industry events, the feedback that I’ve gotten is that LITERALLY, EVERYONE loves Hale & Hush! I was so excited when I got to try the products so we could do the review of Hale and Hush skincare for this article.
A Closer Look At Ingredients For Our Review Of Hale and Hush
We examined the entire product line for our review of Hale & Hush skincare. The products are so neutral that they can be used on clients who are sensitive. Which is amazing. But the feedback that we’ve observed is that they are also incredibly therapeutic for any skin type after aggressive exfoliation.
The key to why they work so well isn’t due to what is in them, rather it’s what’s NOT in them!
The products are:
Artificial Fragrance-Free – Limited Scent100%100%
5 Interesting Sensitive Skin Ingredients
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Our Review Of Hale & Hush Showed Us Estheticians Love It!
In our review of Hale & Hush skincare, what we’ve learned from the estheticians that we’ve talked to is that they use Hale & Hush in conjunction with many other skincare brands and skincare devices. The brand’s ability to help the most vulnerable skin, allows it to easily assimilate into almost any treatment. It’s also an ideal post exfoliation soother.
Here’s some of the feedback that we received. You can easily see that it works beautifully with:
Elaine Sterling Skincare
“I use it with Skin Script, they compliment each other perfectly, especially for calming after a “spicy” treatment! I also use it for my own rosacea and sensitive skin, H&H has helped reduce my inflammation and soothed my flare ups, I love that is gluten free, paraben free and fragrance free!” Lori Cadett Comen from LC Artistry
“I’ve started using it with Face Reality products. In particular the Bio relief powder, which they can mix with their moisturizers or SPF to reduce redness from acne.” Jessica White Slorah
“I use H&H SPF with Elaine Sterling Skincare and Skin Script. My clients love it! It not only protects their skin from UV but it calms and doesn’t irritate their fresh faces. Living in St Petersburg, FL (aka Sunshine City) we need all the protection we can get.” Tif Blue from Beauty By Blue Esthetics!
“We use it alongside Eminence. I love Hale & Hush because it’s versatile there’s so many ways you can use it. We developed our signature brow service around it and incorporate it into our aftercare post waxing.” Shelly Singleton from The Perfect Peach Body Waxing Studio
“I use Skin Script, PCA along with Hale & Hush. I will use the hydrate gel mask after an enzyme peel or chemical peel. The hydrate mask will take the redness(inflammation) down. I have rosacea clients that I’ll do the PCA sensi peel then the rest of treatment H&H products. Love how they compliment other product lines!” Monica Pittman Chandler from EPI Skin Spa, Snellville, GA
“…I have successfully used it on virtually every client, with every product line I’ve used, from DermaMed Solutions, to Le Mieux, Skin Script, FHF, and soon, with my very own skincare collection. It’s not just for my sensitive skin and oncology patients, but for every skin condition I have encountered in my 9 years of business as esthetician.” Liliana Aranda LE Cmld from Faces by Liliana, Oakland, CA
“I only currently use Hale and Hush in back bar. The hush hydrate mask and bio relief powder take all redness down. It works well with Skin Script rx and Osmosis. No other product like this is on the market.” Amy Walsh, Lead Esthetician at Earthbody day spa, San Francisco, CA
Hale & Hush is a small line, with only 14 products. You can also easily combine it with other products in any facial protocol. The line can be used on its own to perform Microdermabrasion and Microneedling. It works well with highly advanced treatments such as the ThermoClear machine.
Olga, CEO of Thermoclear
“ThermoClear treats skin imperfections and can be used even on clients with sensitive or mature skin. I know that Hale and Hush focuses on sensitive skin so it’s great to use with our device.”
Want to learn more about Hale & Hush and how you can incorporate it into your back bar and retail area?
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