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By Victoria Tabak | June 29, 2017
Ultraviolet radiation is electromagnetic invisible light. It passes through sunlight. According to the American Cancer Society, "more than 1 million cases of non-melanoma skin cancer diagnosed yearly in the United States are considered to be sun-related." Moderate ultraviolet exposure is beneficial ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | April 25, 2017
• 80 percent of teenage boys and girls will develop acne.• Acne is not a disease; it is a skin condition that needs to be managed correctly during its interval.• Hormones are a significant contributing factor to acne, with hyperkeratinization, bacterial overgrowth, poor diet, and poor skin hygiene as ...


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By Courtney Freeman, L.E.I. | April 24, 2017
Skin health is tied to many distinct and precise factors throughout the human body. Professionals must understand the many avenues that consultations should be based on in order to assist their clients in today's modern and scientific world. Like never before, clients yearn for their service providers ...


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By Christa Hopson Murray | April 21, 2017
The client intake form is one of the most important documents clients will fill out while at the spa. Creating the ideal intake form that is tailored to the spa's unique treatments and products takes some thought. The key is not only in the client contact information, which is incredibly important, but ...


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By Diana Ordonez | October 24, 2017
How to use technology for special events to increase engagement, sales, and loyalty Offices, spas, and clinics looking for new and exciting ways to attract and retain clients do not need to look further than the skin imaging technology available today. In a competitive market filled with products and ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | April 25, 2017
The newest form of detoxification in the spa industry are infrared saunas. Infrared heat raises core temperatures from inside the body, which rids toxins through the pores by way of an intense sweat. In traditional saunas, sweat omitted from the body consists of 95 to 97 percent water, while in an ...


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By Rachael Pontillo, L.E., M.Msc, C.I.H.C., C.N.A.P. | April 21, 2017
Hyperpigmentation is beginning to rival acne and wrinkles as a top reason people consult aestheticians. Although different types of hyperpigmentation may have different etiologies, the outcome is still a visible result of what happens when melanocytes – whether in normal numbers in the basal layer of ...


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By Kelley Moore | March 23, 2017
Great customer service is the cornerstone of any business – keeping clients happy with their services and overall brand will keep them coming back. Customer service now goes well beyond talking to the front desk staff, calling the customer care line, or even sending an e-mail. Customer service lives ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 24, 2017
• Generously apply sunscreen 30 minutes prior to sun exposure and reapply every hour if skin gets wet and every two hours if dry. • Seek shade as much as possible and wear a broad-brimmed hat and sunglasses. • Wear protective clothing, coverups, and SPF fabric. Rash guards with SPF 50 are better than ...


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By Linda Bertaut, founder of Chakralicious | March 24, 2017
A movement is happening. It is stirring from within the heart and calling people forth on a new path. Because this shift is subtle, many do not quite know what is happening; they just know that it is happening. It is no longer satisfying to go through the motions as though everything is okay or to do ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 23, 2017
Xerosis cutis is the medical term for abnormally dry skin, which derives from the Greek word xero, meaning dry. Dry skin is a common skin condition characterized by a lack of moisture in the epidermis. The main cause of dry skin is dry air, or low humidity, in both inside and outside environments. ...


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By Irene Kim, cosmetic chemist at YG Laboratories | October 24, 2017
Cosmetic products are being created on a daily basis. Some are only sold through aestheticians and doctor’s offices, while others are readily available via television shopping channels, infomercials, online retailers, or department stores and drugstores. Consumers often end up feeling confused about ...


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By Rachael Pontillo, LE, M.Msc, CIHC, CNAP | November 28, 2017
Acne is a skin condition with many causes, types, and presentations, affecting both sexes of all ages and ethnicities. Its effects are lasting – both physically and emotionally – and there is a great deal that skin care professionals can do to help acne clients get relief and reduce the long-term impact ...


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By Catherine Atzen, MBA, founder of ATZEN Superior to Organic™ Skin Care | February 21, 2017
• A stretch mark is a scar that originates deep in the dermis; it is an injury to the skin.• Stretch marks are caused by the stretching of the skin and inflammation of the cells.• Both men and women get stretch marks, but it is most common in women, especially during puberty and pregnancy. They often ...


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By by Annette Hanson, founder of Atelier Esthétique Institute, inducted into the AIA Academy of Legends in 2009 | April 25, 2018
On January 31, 2018, we gathered together to celebrate the life of Joel Gerson – my friend, my colleague, and my neighbor. He passed away at age 83 after a wonderful life and groundbreaking career in aesthetics. Joel Gerson was a prolific representative of the aesthetics industry. In addition to ...


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