#246: Mapping Topical Dermal Nutrients Danny Neifert
When it comes to your daily skincare routine, do you think about “feeding” your skin? Join me today as I talk to aesthetician Danny Neifret and uncover how what we’ve all been taught is the best way to care for our skin is really doing more harm than good. Danny also shares how to feed your skin what it really wants and needs. If you’ve got clients or patients with skin issues, this is a must-listen!
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