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Body Therapy and Facial Work: Electrical Treatments for Beauty Therapists

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Mo Rosser's unique, bestselling text has been fully updated to reflect the latest standards in Beauty Therapy, with new photographs and a wealth of learning features to reinforce study and place the theory in the context of the salon.In order to provide the most effective treatments for their clients, students and practitioners of beauty therapy need to fully comprehend the science that underpins each treatment. This book enables you to understand the scientific aspects of both body and facial therapy, explaining the theory in an accessible yet comprehensive manner. Therapies covered include: mechanical massage, vacuum suction, galvanic treatment, electro-muscle stimulation, micro-current treatments, micro-dermabrasion, infra-red and ultraviolet, and heat therapy treatments.show more

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  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 10.16mm | 249.47g
  • HODDER EDUCATION
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • 160 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 144413745X
  • 9781444137453
  • 12,520

About Mo Rosser

Mo Rosser was a physiotherapist and highly respected lecturer in holistic and beauty therapy.Greta Couldridge has worked within the beauty industry for many years, starting her career in a salon environment, before moving to teaching posts in colleges of further education where she progressed to senior management roles. She has collaborated on other Beauty Therapy textbooks. Greta was a valued friend and colleague of Mo Rosser, and contributed to the writing of the original editions. She is a member of the Institute for Learning.Sue Rosser MA Hons, PGCE. is a qualified teacher with 15 years' experience teaching in a variety of educational settings, including further education, and is a member of the General Teaching Council and the Institute For Learning. She is Mo Rosser's daughter and has always retained a strong interest in massage and complementary therapies.show more

Table of contents

Introduction Learning and assessment guidance Section 1 Underpinning Knowledge Chapter 1 - Health, Safety and Welfare Chapter 2 - Hygiene Section 2 - Ethics, Consultation and Care of the Client Chapter 3 - Ethics, Planning, Preparation and Client Consultation Section 3 - Underpinning Science Chapter 4 - Basic Science Section 4 - Treatments Chapter 5 - High Frequency Treatment Chapter 6 - Mechanical Massage Chapter 7 - Vacuum Suction Chapter 8 - Galvanic Treatment Chapter 9 - Muscle Stimulation Chapter 10 - Microcurrent Treatments Chapter 11 - Microdermabrasion Chapter 12 - Infra-Red and Ultraviolet Chapter 13 - Heat Therapy Treatments Case Studies Glossary Appendix - Underpinning Science Indexshow more

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