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Educational DVDs and Video Streaming for the Beauty Industry

For over 19 years, Aesthetic VideoSource has built a reputation of service and quality as the best source for educational training DVDs in the spa...

  • Tuesday, 11 December 2018 12:00 AM
  • Salt Lake City, Utah

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Yvonne Berg- A Legend in Aesthetics
Yvonne Berg- A Legend in Aesthetics

Yvonne Berg- Learning with a Legend Minnesota Cosmetologist of the Year, Yvonne Berg, credits education as the key to her success. When you are talking about a “Legend,” where should the recap begin? When it is Yvonne Berg, of Minneapolis, it begins with a sense…

Vincent Jeffre - A Legend in Aesthetics
Vincent Jeffre - A Legend in Aesthetics

Vincent Jeffre - Roux Kehoe: Leader and Legend “Being less than the best encourages men to do better; but, when and if you are the best, you can never do less.” -Vincent K-R Kehoe Quoting Vincent J-R Kehoe, a professional make-up artist, as well as…

Melissa Lawrence added a new article: Sue Riley - A Legend in Aesthetics 2 days ago

Sue Riley - A Legend in Aesthetics
Sue Riley - A Legend in Aesthetics

Sue Riley - The Gift of Giving This legendary beauty and skin are expert shares her success with the industry and community. Sue Riley’s beauty career began when she was a small girl visiting her aunt’s beauty salon in Durant, Okla. She took every opportunity…

Serena Khambatta- A Legend in Aesthetics
Serena Khambatta- A Legend in Aesthetics

Serena Khambatta- Teaching the Concept of Beauty Her father’s family was Jewish refugees from Iraq; her mother’s family originated in Singapore. But it was no accident that Serena Khambatta was born in India. After all, India is the land of legendary beauties, and Serena Khambatta…

Skin Care Connection

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  • The Difference Between Dry Acne and Oily Acne
    The Difference Between Dry Acne and Oily Acne Acne is one of the most common and difficult skin conditions that we treat as aestheticians. When you break out, those annoying blemishes are a combination of dead skin cells, oil, and bacteria. Those with oily skin have excess oil on the surface, making it the perfect breeding ground for breakouts. Yet, surprisingly, even people with dry skin can get acne. So, what is the difference between oily acne and dry acne and what is causing that to happen?
  • Serenity by Salt
    Serenity by Salt Kalahari opened here in the Poconos with much fanfare a few years ago. My husband used to be a delivery driver who often brought their heating and cooling equipment onto the grounds and would come home and tell me all about the massive indoor and outdoor waterpark with his eyes sparkling with child-like excitement and as big as saucers as he gave me detail by detail. He and the kids would often talk about how amazing the waterpark looked, but…
  • Topical Application of Hyaluronic Acid: Does Size Matter?
    Topical Application of Hyaluronic Acid: Does Size Matter? Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a natural polysaccharide (and a biodegradable polymer actually!) that is found in the eyes, skin, connective tissues, and joints of the human body. It works as a lubricant to cushion our joints and helps repair our bodies after damage or an injury has occurred. Many studies have been performed regarding the ability of HA to heal fetal scarring. High amounts of HA are found in growing babies, infants, and small children. The natural production of hyaluronic…

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