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By | June 29, 2009
Summertime can be a wonderful opportunity for spa therapists and technicians to become busy with summer-inspired upgrades to treatments. By combining your awareness of your client’s needs and preferences with knowledge of the products you offer, you can easily “up sell” a treatment. You help a client ...


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By | January 4, 2010
foreward by Saundra S. Brown In the conceptualization and planning stages of this feature we were certain it was going to be among the best coverage we have offered in regards to exfoliation. Indeed I think the information in this feature as well as the supporting articles ...


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By | June 25, 2008
The scope of sanitation requirements from the Cosmetology Commissions, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC), include basic cleanliness, consumption of food, and protection from microorganisms. In the June issue we discussed the importance of maintaining ...


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By | June 1, 2010
Once forbidden, now revered by Rhonda Allison, Founder/CEO of Rhonda Allison® Clinical Research for Skin At one time apples were considered the forbidden fruit, but now they are relished as a healthful source of polyphenols and rich antioxidants. Research has shown apples to help reduce the ...


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By | June 1, 2010
Once forbidden, now revered by Rhonda Allison, Founder/CEO of Rhonda Allison® Clinical Research for Skin At one time apples were considered the forbidden fruit, but now they are relished as a healthful source of polyphenols and rich antioxidants. Research has shown apples to help reduce the ...


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By | June 1, 2010
Raise your hand if you are familiar with social networking. Maybe you have a Facebook profile or Twitter account. If you are currently engaged in these activities, is it for business, pleasure, or both? If you answered both, are you maintaining separate accounts or just one? In everyday life we have ...


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By AIA | July 30, 2010
Those who know Jan Marini refer to her as a visionary. While Jan might agree in principle, she sees this characterization as both a strength and a weakness. She envies those who are able to savor the moment. Where others view life in snapshots that capture real time, Jan sees broad borderless ...


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By | July 30, 2010
Those who know Jan Marini refer to her as a visionary. While Jan might agree in principle, she sees this characterization as both a strength and a weakness. She envies those who are able to savor the moment. Where others view life in snapshots that capture real time, Jan sees broad borderless ...


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By | September 30, 2010
Flower Power! by Sam Dhatt Digging into the Newest Plant Cell Breakthroughs Science seems like a very artificial and synthetic thing, where compounds are manipulated in sterile spaces by people wearing white coats and latex gloves. But incredibly, the latest breakthrough in beautiful ...


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By | January 5, 2011
We are one year shy of celebrating 40 years of serving the aesthetics industry and yet our passion could not be any stronger. Nor could we ask for a more talented, dedicated group of individuals who strive every day to achieve the goal of our mission statement. From the top down, we are as committed ...


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By | February 28, 2011
Our world is brimming over with superb products. In far shorter supply: Professional representatives of those products who win us over with their personalized niche approach. When you skillfully combine both – great products, offered and supported by great service to enhance your enjoyment of the product ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 24, 2011
Boldijarre Koronczay Aesthetician and Educator Master trainer hailing from Budapest, Hungary; Boldijarre is a dedicated trainer, lecturer, herbalist, and master of European aesthetics and massage. Educating clients on how to use natural ingredients in skin care to bring wellness and balance into their ...


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By | June 25, 2008
by Tina Zillmann The scope of sanitation requirements from the Cosmetology Commissions, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC), include basic cleanliness, consumption of food, and protection from microorganisms. In the June issue we discussed ...


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By | August 25, 2007
by Jane Wurwand From the beginning of my career 30 years ago, I have loved touching human skin. Like many of my fellow-professionals, I have worked in many full-service salon environments where skin care was, in fact, not the main event. Generally, these salons focused on hair care, as many ...


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By | April 28, 2011
Have you ever asked your clients what it is that keeps them purchasing their favorite skin care product? Do so and you will hear everything from “It reduces the fine lines on my face” to “It feels great on my skin” and “I love the smell.” These answers, and others, speak to the art that is skin care ...


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