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Facial Treatments For Aging Skin

From the Show: Staying Well
Summary: There is no magic potion that can make your skin perfect, but there are certain treatments that can help your skin as you age.
Air Date: 10/7/13
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Meredith Foster
Meredith Foster Headshot Meredith Foster is the founder of Truth In Beauty Consulting, a company that partners with businesses that provide clients services in the beauty and wellness industries to set a higher standard for operations, education, and delivery of service.

She is a licensed esthetician in Illinois who has been practicing since 2002. She holds a bachelor's degree in Leadership and Organization Behavior from Northwestern University. Her experience includes building a cosmetic dermatology practice for the Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group.

Meredith has also worked in a variety of retail, spa and salon environments within the beauty industry. Meredith is a published thought leader and has been featured in Skin Inc. magazine and on the Career Girl Network.

She currently provides independent consultant services educating estheticians nationwide on chemical peel execution and client care protocols as well as provides direct patient care in a private dermatology practice in Chicago, IL.
Facial Treatments For Aging Skin
Skin ages with you, and depending how you take care of your skin, especially when you're younger, will determine how your skin will look the rest of your life. Each age generation has different areas of concern.

For instance, when you're in your 20s it's acne, when you're in your 30s it's wrinkles.

You can't cheat age, but you can make your skin healthier. There is no magic potion that can make your skin perfect, but there are certain treatments and creams that can help.

Licensed Esthetician and founder of Truth In Beauty Consulting, Meredith Foster, discusses the best treatment options for you at every age.
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