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Anne Todd added a new article: Who Made the List? 10 hours 34 minutes ago

Who Made the List?
Who Made the List?

The skin care industry has a wealth of award-winning, prestigious, professional products to choose from and even better brands backing them up. With so many great options, how do you choose which lines to carry in your spa? It’s important to select brands that have…

Anne Todd added a new article: The Power of Plasma Lifting 11 hours 51 minutes ago

The Power of Plasma Lifting
The Power of Plasma Lifting

Plasma lifting pens harness the power of plasma, a fourth state matter (solid, liquid, gas, and plasma) to help reduce or eliminate certain skin conditions and concerns, such as wrinkles, fine lines, skin tags, and so forth. Through the process of ionization, plasma lifting treatments…

Mary McWilliams and 27 others have joined the group Acne Estheticians 6 days ago

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