Three Degrees Salon Grand Opening and Art Exhibition

Three Degrees Salon, a new creative hair studio, will open its door this month in the East Village of New York City, New York. The salon is headed by Kei Hirata, an established top Japanese stylist whose career spans New York, Tokyo, and Vancouver. Located in a vibrant community with The Cooper Union and The Standard Hotel nearby, Three Degrees is a salon that features…

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Clinical Study Treats Burn Patients with Kerecis Omega3 Intact Fish Skin

Kerecis, the company pioneering the use of fish skin in tissue regeneration, announced the results of a new prospective case study of Kerecis Omega3 Burn. The study, announced at the American Burn Association annual meeting, found that patients with partial-thickness burn and donor-site wounds healed quickly, with no infection, after treatment with the fish-skin graft. The study was conducted at the burn center of the…

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Jojoba Oil Market to Reach $272.4 Million by 2026

The global jojoba oil market is estimated to reach $272.4 million by 2026, according to a new report by Reports and Data. This can be mainly associated with the growth in cosmetic manufacturing, development of alternative bio-lubricant feedstock demand – particularly in developed markets of Europe and North America – and the high nutritional value of jojoba oil. Rising concern regarding the side effects of…

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Carotenoids Market to Reach $2.19 Billion by 2026

The global carotenoids market is expected to reach $2.19 billion by 2026, according to a new report by Reports and Data. Carotenoids are the type of phytonutrients found in the cells of a wide variety of plants, algae, and bacteria. These phytonutrients help plants absorb light energy for use in photosynthesis. Carotenoids are essential antioxidants that play a significant role in animal health and reproduction.…

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North Dakota Eliminates Licenses for Braiding Hair and Threading Eyebrows

North Dakota became the latest state to untangle natural hair braiders and eyebrow threaders from a thicket of licensing red tape thanks to a bill signed earlier this year. Before the law was signed, threaders could only work in North Dakota if they became a licensed aesthetician, a credential that requires a minimum of 600 hours of coursework. The requirements for braiders were even more…

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Unique Kelp Bio-Actives Effectively Reduce Hyperpigmentation

In Sooke, British Columbia, Seaflora’s new skin brightening formula is the result of four years of development working with the National Research Council of Canada. Seabright Moisturizing Brightener has a potent combination of unique, kelp bioactives to decrease melanin and target hyperpigmentation. These potent marine bioactives create the most powerful skin brightening solution to date. Seaflora has strategically combined the unique skin brightening capability of…

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Repechage’s CEO and Founder Contributes to Aesthetic Textbook

Repêchage CEO and Founder, Lydia Sarfati, is a contributing author to the new “Milady’s Standard Esthetics: Fundamentals, Twelfth Edition” available at the end of this month. The textbook was first published in 1978 and, today, is the most widely used aesthetics textbook in the world. Sarfati contributed three main chapters on the treatment room, performing core facial treatments, and facial massage technique, working closely with…

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The Skin Cancer Foundation Takes to the Road

The Skin Cancer Foundation kicks off the third year of its mobile education and screening program, “Destination: Healthy Skin,” on Monday, May 13 in New York City, New York. The program is designed to save lives by educating the public about the importance of early detection for skin cancer, as well as effective sun protection for skin cancer prevention. Inside the “Destination: Healthy Skin” RV,…

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P&E 2021

Brands of the Month

  • Repechage
  • Alexandria Professional
  • Celluma by Biophotas, Inc

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