FOR GLOBAL SKINS
A Chemical Peel Burn on Global Skins (Skin Of Color)
who should attend this training?
A ONE DAY SCIENCE BASED KNOWLEDGE & HANDS ON EDUCATION
RNs/Nurse Practitioners, Aestheticians and Healthcare providers wanting to demonstrate competency in both didactics and practicals (hands-on) from selected non-invasive procedures.
CE contact hours for RNs/NPs from the CA Board of Registered Nursing and Cosmetology State Board Licensees in Florida.
CLASS CURICULUM & INFORMATION
STRUCTURE, FUNCTION &
HYPERPIGMENTATION IN GLOBAL SKINS:
- How Global Skins Work
- Causes of Pigmentation
- Photo Gallery of PIH Disorders
- Customized Protocols
- Latest Evidence-Based Scale
- Complimentary Lunch
- Skin of Color Certification
Monday, May 7th, 2023
9:00 am Registration
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Holiday Inn Express
670 N. Scottsdale Road
Tempe, AZ 85281
QUESTIONS: [email protected]
ABOUT PAMELA SPRINGER, LE, LI, CLT, SME, & AUTHOR
Pamela Springer’s aesthetics knowledge has given her the recognition as a leader in the advanced aesthetics education. She is a highly sought-after professional speaker for TV, medical conferences, and aesthetic trade shows. She has appeared on Oprah, as well as a skincare expert on local stations, such as Fox, NBC and ABC stations.
Pamela began her career in the beauty industry as a National Training Director for major skin care companies. She soon discovered the lack of education in pigmentation disorders and the understanding of ethnic skin. As an African American woman who has a mixed ancestry from three other lineages, her passion is to educate other skin care professionals on the unique nuances of pigmented skin.
Before opening The Skin & Makeup Institute of Arizona in 2000, Pamela completed a 9-month preceptorship under the tutelage of a board-certified dermatologist and medical school professor specializing in Ethno Dermatology.
Her Global Skins (Skin of Color) Certification course is based on Ethno-Dermatology science-related didactics and evidence-based treatment modalities. This certification program provides advanced aesthetics training in understanding the genetic composition; gives answers to therapeutically challenging pigment disorders; and, imparts cultural diversity information.
Pamela’s goal is to give you a road map to clinical implications, the hierarchy of treatment options, and risk factors of each modality for pigmented skin.