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By Jeremy Lawrence | August 31, 2015
Southeastern Esthetics Institute, an advanced-aesthetics academy in Columbia, S.C., provided free facials and makeup application to young women at Camp "Love Yourself", created by Bianca Chardei. Chardei is best known for her role on America's Next Top Model. She is also currently a Glambassador for ...


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By Morag Currin, president of Oncology Training International Inc. and creator of Oncology Esthetics Foundation Training | September 1, 2015
Due to an increase of cancer statistics in the world today and with many more survivors seeking out spas for relaxation and help with their appearance, most survivors concentrate on having a good quality of life. Advanced education in oncology aesthetics is very necessary for skin care professionals ...


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By Ann McDonnell, president and founder of EcoGenics Active Botanical Skin Care | September 9, 2015
Chances are that clients leave the spa with their appearance and health improved, a decreased level of stress, and an elevated sense of self-esteem. What if, in addition to the benefits of the services, clients also left with some retail products in their hand?mage78filled and hectic lives already ...


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By Vida Karamooz, Ph.D. | December 23, 2015
Apples are not the only fruits that keep the doctor away! Delicious and refreshing citrus fruits are among the best sources for antioxidants, flavonoids, minerals, and vitamins for the human body. Having a reputation of fighting the cold and flu, boosting energy, managing weight, reducing sodium in ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | September 28, 2015
Four of the nation’s top psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis experts have been appointed to the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) Medical Board. The Psoriasis Foundation elected doctors Richard Fried, Amit Garg, Caitriona Ryan, and Sergio Schwartzman to its medical board for their dedication to serving ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | November 10, 2015
Melanoma Research Alliance appointed Robin L. Davisson, Ph.D., the president and CEO-elect of the Melanoma Research Alliance. Davisson, the Andrew Dickson White Professor of Molecular Physiology at Cornell University, offers more than 25 years of internationally-recognized scientific research and deep ...


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By Mary Van | December 2, 2015
It is no secret that choosing the correct shade of foundation is essential in creating the appearance of a flawless complexion. However, some clients do not realize the importance of wearing the best formulation of foundation for their skin. With so many options available on the market, it can be ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | December 2, 2015
Four of the nation’s top psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis experts have been appointed to the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) Medical Board. The foundation elected doctors Richard Fried, Amit Garg, Caitriona Ryan, and Sergio Schwartzman to its medical board for their dedication to serving people ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | December 2, 2015
Jindilli, the leader in cold-pressed macadamia-oil skin care, announced the appointment of Lynille Steffenhagen as director of training and product development. With a global career in the health and wellness industry that spans nearly 20 years, Steffenhagen will elevate Jindilli’s spa education and ...


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By Rhonda Allison | December 4, 2015
From an early age, it is taught that exfoliation is important for healthy skin, but just how important is it? In a nutshell, it is essential. While exfoliation is a natural process of the skin, this process does slow down over time and may need encouragement via mechanical or chemical exfoliants. Of ...


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By Rachael Pontillo, L.E., M.Msc, CIHC | December 7, 2015
Sensitive skin is often viewed as a skin type, alongside oily, dry, and combination. Although product manufacturers wish it were that simple, skin sensitivity is not something that fits neatly into a singular, boxed type. The truth is that sensitive skin is not a type. A skin type is an identity assignment. ...


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By Annette Hanson, president of Atelier Esthetique® Institute of Esthetics | December 11, 2015
Hydrotherapy, Europe’s traditional “Spa Kur” approach, has now become a popular wellness treatment in the United States. Hydrotherapy uses water to restore, maintain, and regulate health. Adjusting water temperature and pressure allows for the stimulation of blood circulation. Throughout history, ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | December 11, 2015
Researchers at Dermapro, a skin research institute, and scientists from Korea have discovered that applying a 4% alpha hydroxy acid solution, combined with water jet pressure, rapidly improves effects on whiteheads and blackheads on the face. These results have led them to believe that combined physical ...


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By Alexandra J. Zani | October 28, 2014
There is a great correlation between the morphology of a skin condition and what is chosen for correction in both treatments and the cosmetic chemistry found in product lines. At times, there may be a great deal of emphasis placed on a brand or isolated ingredients without realizing that a manifested ...


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By Dieter Kuster, M.D. | June 30, 2014
The teenage years can be a stressful time, full of pressure from peers, parents, school, and the opposite sex. At times, teenagers may feel like the walls are closing in, and juggling all that life throws at them may be a daunting task. There is so much to think about that their skin care can easily ...


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