Exfoliating Acids

Written by Ivana S. Veljkovic, Ph.D.
The use of exfoliating acids for chemical peeling procedures is one of the most dependable and recognized methods for safely improving the overall health and appearance of the skin. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, upwards of 1.1 million chemical peels were performed in 2012. The option available to the professional for treating their patients has expanded greatly, so going back to basics…

Dive into Water Therapy

Written by Dr. Reinhard Bergel
Water therapy refers to the internal and external use of water to treat various types of illnesses and injuries. External healing with water is used to help people who suffer from physical limitations. In addition to being relaxing and enjoyable, water helps to support the weight of the body, which allows individuals with limited range of motion to bend, stretch, reach and move in ways…

Achieving Beautiful Skin: Exfoliation Methods for Your Client

Written by Anna Sforza, licensed aesthetician and product educator for Somme Institute
Exfoliation is the first step to attaining and maintaining beautiful skin. With so many options to choose from and the majority of our clientele being unfamiliar with the various exfoliation methods, it is imperative to be well educated about what is available to us as professionals. From chemical peels to microdermabrasions to enzymes, rotary brushes and scrubs, it is our job to inform our clients…

Polished to Perfection

Written by Whitney Johnson
Exfoliation is the skin therapist’s art of uncovering what lies beneath. Skin care professionals know that exfoliation, including the new generation of chemical peels, allows for optimum penetration of any active ingredient. With a high demand of consumers desiring a smooth, refined feel to the skin, this essential aspect of the professional skin care service is more important today than ever before. To get optimum…
We all know a necessary part of maintaining healthy skin is regular exfoliation. Removing the buildup of dead skin cells is essential for preventing fine lines and wrinkles, eliminating congestion in the hair follicles, reducing recurring acne breakouts, and helping to maintain a healthy complexion. Dead skin cell buildup also inhibits maximum results from topical skin care products. As we age, the metabolic rate of…

May 2021

Body Care Blogs

Brands of the Month

  • Alexandria Professional
  • DMK Skin Revision Center
  • Celluma by Biophotas, Inc