Casey Poe (@skinnocentco) is not only a badass triathlete and bike racer, but she’s hilarious! Casey also happens to be the owner of Skinnocent.Co and is a Licensed Esthetician who attended Esthetics school at the prestigious Aveda Institute New York. She trained in the art of facial treatments, body waxing, and makeup application techniques alongside some of the most highly regarded instructors in the field, specializing in the science of chemical peels.
During this episode, Casey takes us through the ins and outs of how to care for the largest organ that we have, the skin. The episode is as funny as it is informative.
Here is a list of the products that Casey discusses in this episode for your reference:
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Casey gave Mike a peel. We’ll share the video on that soon. Here is a copy of the protocol that she followed for that peel.
Casey recommends that we are all up to speed on the risks by visiting the skin cancer foundation website.
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