There is so so so much truth about this. I saw this posted several times. So I decided to repost it. 95% of my clients tell me that they have sensitive skin. More then half the time they really don’t. It’s usually caused by lack of education on the appropriate skincare products that they are using. More then half the time there skin is usually reactive not “sensitive” to products because of under or over use of important products. Like retinol and exfoliators for example... we strive for perfection at Jtav...We always make time to thoroughly educate our clients on a proper skincare routine that best suites them. This is the 1st step to the best skincare experience ever!!!! Let the experts @jtavclinicalskincare build you the best skin care regimen ever so you will never have to use the word “sensitive” again!!! #skincare#educateyourself#educationcomesfirst#skincareregimen#cleanse#exfoliating#hydrate#tlc#love#glow#skincueticals#skinmedica#mbr#tns#ce#eltamd#image#meder#revision
Hope everyone is having a wonderful Sunday....
Today consists of revision of nutrients, pharmacology and dosing.
Will be 'chewing my food' and portioning the load starting with gastrointestinal diseases and working my way up from there... A picture of some mountain tea (chai pe Mali) to inspire and help me study... And a delicious ailment for the g.i. tract... This tea brings back so many memories for me about my childhood... A sip of synesthesia #mountaintea#git#study#medicine#food#nutrients#revision#happysunday
I’ve been putting off this assignment due to vagueness of the instructions, but I think it’s finally time to sit down and crack it out.
Does anyone else prefer when they’re given VERY CLEAR guidelines for an assessment? Or are you more creative?