Renee Rouleau Talks About Her Nine Skin Types

From early on in my career as an esthetician, I noticed that every skin is unique and categorizing skin into the standard three categories of dry, normal and oily was far too limiting. From adult acne to rosacea, from brown spots to oil production, every person’s skin has different needs and so it was based on this that I created nine types of skin. In this video, I talk more about each skin type in detail but if you’re still unsure, you can take our quick and easy Skin Type Quiz.

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  1. Renee, I am going for my estheticians license (second career) and wanted to know what schools you would recommend? I am looking to further my studies to be a medical esthetician and realized I need to get my basic license first. What are your thoughts?

    Posted By: Audra  | 

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    • Renée Rouleau

      Hi Audra,
      Congratulations on pursuing the wonderful world of esthetics! I really don’t have a recommendation for a school. I generally feel that most of your education in esthetics comes after school with continuing education (hopefully provided by your employer) and real world, hands-on experience working with clients.

      Posted By: Renée Rouleau  | 

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  2. Hey, Renee! I am 19 years old, and I am wanting to try your products, but I am trying to decide which products that I need to buy based on my skin type. I have really oily skin, and I have consistent breakouts, but they are not severe. So I was wondering if I should purchase products for skin type number 1 or 2?

    Posted By: Brittany  | 

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    • Renée Rouleau

      Hi Brittany,
      Maybe a skin type #3, but it’s hard for me to know for sure based on what you told me. You can email us at customer service to get more assistance or even better, you can have a skin consultation over the phone or Skype! It’s a new service we are offering. See more information at http://www.MySkinPrescription.com

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  3. What is your take on Botox and Fillers?

    Posted By: stephanie  | 

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