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COSMEDIX Celebrates National Aesthetician Day for the Third Consecutive Year

Skin care professionals have been the unsung heroes in the beauty industry for years. They work tirelessly to help others achieve the complexion of their dreams. That’s why COSMEDIX established National Aesthetician Month and National Aesthetician Day, October 15th, to praise skincare professionals who expertly…

Bellus Academy Owner and Education Advocate Lynelle Lynch Elected to ISPA Board

Bioelements Welcomes New National Sales Director
Bioelements Welcomes New National Sales Director

Bioelements is excited to announce their new national sales director, Kelly Melvin. Melvin brings more than two decades of experience in the consumer goods industry to her new role at Bioelements. She got her start working as an account representative for companies including Warner Lambert…

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  • The Link Between Your Heart and Your Skin
    The Link Between Your Heart and Your Skin Many people are not aware that having a healthy heart and normal blood pressure can aide in the fight against premature aging and other adult skin issues. Elevated blood pressure can lead to fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, and under eye bags. These problems may occur for a few different reasons. High blood pressure causes lack of oxygen to vital organs – such as the skin – and sleep disorders. When the skin cells are lacking oxygen, the skin becomes…