Turn off the Lights

Written by Leticia Mendonca
It is well past dinnertime, but you just got home after wrapping up yet another exhausting day at work. No doubt you enjoy caring for the clients at your spa, but who gives care to the caregiver? You know that your advice applies to your body too, but your inclination to give care pushes your needs to secondary status.

Recipe Box: Skin Restoring Aronia Berry Mask

Written by Elina Fedotova, CEO of Elina Organics
Aronia has traditionally been used in Russia to rejuvenate and heal the skin. Each berry offers an organic cocktail of vitamins, minerals, and other skin-nourishing nutrients. It has a higher concentration of antioxidants than blueberries, grapes, acai, elderberries, and many other fruits.

Skullcap Extract in Skin Care

Written by Craig Kraffert, board certified dermatologist and president of Amarte
A member of the mint family, scutellaria baicalensis (baikal skullcap) is a purple flowering perennial plant native to East Asia. For over 2,000 years, baikal skullcap root extract has been a key component of traditional herbal medicine used in the management of acne, eczema, and even psoriasis.

Our Skin is a Mirror of Internal Health

Written by Sheilah Fulton, L.E., B.S., M.B.A., aesthetics instructor
Human beings have trillions of cells throughout the body that perform intricate functions to maintain the overall integrity and health of the skin. The metabolic processes and utilization of energy – ATP (adenosine triphosphate) – all impact the overall health of the body.

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