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By Dr. Erin Madigan-Fleck | July 20, 2016
By virtue of their extensive training, skin care professionals are confirmed ambassadors of beauty, skin health, and general wellness. The natural health community's impressive impact on the skin care industry is evidenced by the variety of aesthetic product lines that now offer wellness merchandise ...


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By Jeremy | July 19, 2016
Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, Ltd. was recently presented with the President's "E" Award for Exports at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. by the United States Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker. This award is the highest recognition any United States entity can receive for making a significant contribution ...


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By Gina Charles, D.O. | August 19, 2016
There are several aspects to addressing health risks and concerns associated with ethnic skin. To really scratch the surface of this topic, it is important to first look at how ethnic skin is classified. In general, the skin is defined by the Fitzpatrick scale. With this scale, skin type is classified ...


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By Erin Lucie, D.N.P. | August 19, 2016
On a daily basis, skin care professionals are asked about their service offerings. These clients are usually directed to the spa's website or handed a spa menu on a rack card. The client then books an appointment and becomes excited about the service they are receiving. At this point, the client is prepared ...


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By Jeremy | August 19, 2016
Stemology recently announced the hiring of skilled industry veterans, Beverly Parsons and Aimee Allred Sprenger, for the brand's executive team. Parsons joins Stemology as the chief operations officer (COO) and Sprenger will fill the role of vice president of sales. Both women will provide business strategies, ...


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By Alexandra J. Zani | September 19, 2016
In a transient, fast-paced, technological, and diverse world, skin care professionals interact with numerous skin types and conditions that have multiple influences, including genetic traits, lifestyle, and current state of health. Professionals must be prepared for the sensitivities and expectations ...


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By Courtney La Marine, L.E. | September 19, 2016
The first thing that pops into most clients' minds when they think of skin care is their face. While, of course, everyone wants healthy, radiant, youthful skin, many people forget that the skin is the largest organ and that every inch of it would benefit from the breakthrough ingredients that are regularly ...


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By Kristina Valiani | July 29, 2013
Exfoliation is key to maintaining healthy, functioning skin. Many facials include exfoliation within their protocol and all skin types and conditions can benefit from some form of exfoliation. Our skin naturally reproduces and brings healthy, new skin to the surface while regularly shedding the dead, ...


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By Michelle Richardson, L.E. | November 21, 2016
Aestheticians are considered licensed makeup artists, however, very few skin care professionals take advantage of that title. Studies show that most women wish they were more skilled at applying their own makeup. Statistics show that the retail cosmetic sales industry is a billion dollar business. Licensed ...


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By Boldijarre Koronczay and Brian Goodwin | August 24, 2017
When most people think of pumpkins, the first thoughts that typically come to their mind are having a comforting, warm pumpkin spice latte when the chill of fall is beginning to set in or enjoying a delicious slice (or two!) of pumpkin pie with the arrival of the holiday season. In general, pumpkins ...


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By Melissa Lawrence | November 29, 2016
Aesthetics International Association (AIA) has returned from the International Congress of Esthetics & Spa (ICES), in beautiful, downtown Miami. That’s right, ICES moved to the beautiful Hyatt Regency Hotel & James L. Knight Center. Aside from the awesome new location, ICES also brought some ...


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By Sara Fulton | December 27, 2016
by Sara Fulton and Vanessa Campa Exfoliation for skin health and rejuvenation is as old as the quest for beauty itself. Ancient Egyptians and Greeks discovered the benefits of exfoliation centuries ago, utilizing elements like alabaster, oils, and salt. Cleopatra bathed in milk as a mainstay of ...


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By Debra Koerner | December 27, 2016
There is a tsunami coming and, fortunately, it is not the kind that leaves havoc and destruction in its wake. On the contrary, it is an immense wave of wellness that has the potential to positively impact the nation's health and well-being. Smart businesses and professionals are strategically deciphering ...


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By Jeremy | February 20, 2017
Tweezerman is embracing growing global expansion with the launch of new, forward-looking Tweezerman packaging. The Tweezerman core collection has been an incredibly successful part of establishing the brand across the United States and, more recently, abroad. With over 100 items available, Tweezerman ...


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By Amanda Strunk Miller | March 24, 2017
Be everywhere. This piece of advice is often given to budding businesses who are trying to make an impression. The method is considered a positive way to build visibility online, cultivate traffic, and attract new prospects or leads. This idea works great for print, internet, or even community events; ...


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