In recent years there has been a rise in awareness of Celiac’s Disease. If a person is diagnosed with Celiac, then they require a gluten-free diet however, what about their skin? The skin is the largest organ and we need to consider what products and treatments we are doing to the outside of the skin as well as what that client is eating. The skin absorbs and looking for products that are truly gluten- free is important because even if the label does not say wheat there are several ingredients that actually not gluten-free. Learning how to market the facial on your menu will also be discussed along with examples of spas taking advantage of creating new business for this client.
Founder/Managing Director of Hale & Hush, a skin care line dedicated to sensitive and health-challenged skin. Ms. Campbell trains, writes for trade publications and speaks at trade events on a variety of subjects including ingredients and health challenges. Campbell has worked for an FDA cosmeceutical lab and helped clients in creating their brands and currently formulates for Hale & Hush.Kris Campbell is the brand manager and national educator of Tecniche, a skincare line targeting sensitive skin. A licensed esthetician, Ms. Campbell teams up with Morag Currin, author of Oncology Esthetics: A Practitioner's Guide and Health-Challenged Skin: The Esthetician's Desk Reference, for specialized training on health challenges and skincare. Her experience working in a FDA lab helping clients create their own lines has provided her with background to speak, write and train on a variety of topics including ingredients, health challenges and sensitive skin.