Christi Kutz, Clinical & Medical Esthetician

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Christi Kutz, Clinical & Medical Esthetician Clinical & Medical Esthetician I am a licensed professional who has worked in the esthetics field since 1988.

I was an esthetics instructor and curriculum coordinator for a national beauty school chain, and have worked in day spas in the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys before joining the plastic surgery practice of Dr. Samina Wahhab in July 2009. In July 2015 I became part of the aesthetics team in the Skin Revitalization Center at Advanced Dermatology Associates, Ltd. I am also a certified Laser/IPL and RF e

nergy technician, and I have been trained in LED light therapy, microcurrents, and micro-needling (CIT). I provide an array of clinical and medical treatments including progressive chemical peels, dermaplaning, microdermabrasion, and pre/post medical procedure care. In addition, I offer standard skin care services such as facials, waxing, and make-up. I am an expert in the product lines our practice carries and sells for home care use. Skin care needs and concerns can be addressed during a complimentary consultation appointment.

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20/04/2020

I hope everyone is well and staying safe during these unprecedented times. Salons and spas are currently shuttered due to the Covid-19 pandemic, thus leaving many of your professional skin care and beauty needs unfulfilled. So...other than avoiding mirrors, you may be wondering what you can do at home to maintain healthy skin until you can visit your esthetician. Listed in application order below are home care regimen tips.

*Cleanse twice daily: Even if you are not wearing make-up regularly, it is important to wash your face every morning and evening with a cleanser appropriate for your skin type to remove debris and excess oil, and to keep it properly hydrated.

*Spot treat blemishes: it is not uncommon for stress to cause breakouts. Differin Gel, formerly a prescription topical to treat acneic conditions, is sold OTC in most drug stores and pharmacies. Apply the product sparingly to the affected area every evening until the pimple has healed. Note: There are some contraindications; therefore, read the label carefully before purchasing and using it.

*Moisturize daily: Apply moisturizing products appropriate for your skin type and condition to your face, eye area and neck every morning and evening to aid in skin hydration Smother your hands with a thick emollient at bedtime to combat dryness associated with constant washing and the excessive use of gel sanitizers.

*Apply SPF daily: It doesn’t matter if you are cooped up indoors and not venturing outside...apply sunscreen! Diffused light streaming through windows will still cause skin damage.

*Make healthy food and beverage choices: We often seek comfort foods during stressful times, but food and drinks containing high levels of sugar and salt can trigger acne and prematurely age the skin. Alcoholic beverages may take the edge off, reduce anxiety and make you feel mellow, but it causes skin inflammation and and will also age the skin prematurely (it’s not good for your liver, either).

*Cardio exercise: Improving your circulation and metabolic rate is good for your overall body health and it also helps promote cellular turnover which is essential for skin to not appear dull and lackluster.

*Wear a face mask when in public: This protective safety measure will also hide unwanted facial hair that may be sprouting on the upper lip, chin, etc. BTW... don’t waste your money on those OTC wax coated strips—they do not work very well, especially if the hair is coarse.

I hope these tips are helpful. Remember, the skin is the largest organ of the body, and its integrity is affected by both external and internal factors. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section.

Take care!

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I am a licensed professional who has worked in the esthetics field since 1988. I was an esthetics instructor and curriculum coordinator for a national beauty school chain, and have worked in day spas in the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys before joining the plastic surgery practice of Dr. Samina Wahhab in July 2009. In July 2015 I had become a member of the aesthetics team in the Skin Revitalization Center at Advanced Dermatology Associates, Ltd. I am also a certified Laser/IPL and RF energy technician, and I have been trained in LED light therapy, micro-currents, and micro-needling (CIT). I provide an array of clinical and medical treatments including progressive chemical peels, dermaplaning, microdermabrasion, and pre/post medical procedure care. In addition, I offer standard skin care services such as facials, waxing, and make-up. I am an expert in many professional products recommended for home care use. Skin care needs and concerns can be addressed during a complimentary consultation appointment.