Share Your Experience To Recognize Skin Allergic To Cosmetics

Share Your Experience Recognizing Skin Allergic To Cosmetics

[Q&A] Share the Experience of Recognizing Skin Allergic to Cosmetics

Share Your Experience To Recognize Skin Allergic To Cosmetics

To be able to confidently advise and beautify customers, KTV must be knowledgeable about the structure, distinguishing skin types, treatment methods for each skin type, etc.

And one of the knowledge that Miss Tram Academy wants to share today, hoping to help you gain more experience while working, is "SIGNS TO KNOW YOUR SKIN IS ALLERGY TO COSMETICS"

Cosmetic allergy is not uncommon because in the ingredients that make these products, it is difficult to avoid compounds that are incompatible with the skin. This will cause the immune system to "express" and the skin will begin to show "attitude".

According to dermatologists. Allergies are contact dermatitis, which can develop within minutes of exposure to a foreign substance, or take days or even weeks for these irritations to develop.

Although classified as contact dermatitis, cosmetic allergies are limited to the extent of impact on the skin and do not cause negative health effects.


  • Itching in some areas of the skin (sometimes all over the face), redness or even swelling (in severe cases).
  • Small red bumps that look like acne but are filled with fluid (blisters) on the cheeks, around the corners of the nose, mouth and chin, accompanied by uncomfortable itching.
  • In addition, we may experience symptoms such as goosebumps, dry skin even though we still apply moisturizing methods every day.

To help customers avoid "problems" when using cosmetics or have a timely treatment plan, you can advise and guide customers to determine their skin type so that they can choose appropriate cosmetics.

Or more simply, customers just need to complete Miss Tram's test below to get the answer right away. multiple-choice: Quiz Check Your Skin Type

For more information, the popular courses (depending on your interests) to get started with the beauty industry are:

- Course in Tattooing, Embroidery, Cosmetic Sculpture (eyebrows - eyelids - lips)

- Skin Care and Treatment Specialist Training Course

- Professional Eyelash Extensions - Professional Eyelash Curling Course

- Make-up Class

Please contact Miss Tram immediately for more advice on the study path as well as to see if you are suitable for this profession or not!

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