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By Ahmed Abdullah, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S. | November 20, 2015
For the 45 million people worldwide who suffer from rosacea, the disorder can be a constant source of frustration and embarrassment. Because symptoms often mimic those of other skin conditions, improper diagnoses and treatment protocols are common, leading to a continuation and, often, a worsening of ...

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By Mara Shorr | December 10, 2015
Leading a team takes more effort than simply hiring the right players. It involves keeping the right players and motivating and inspiring them to do their very best. Excited, eager, and talented employees at every level of the spa can be spotted by clients as soon as they pick up the phone or walk in ...

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By Sophy Merszei, CEO | December 30, 2015
The last decade has seen monumental changes in eyelash and eyebrow services, some of which are driven by improvements in technology, trends from the runway, the economy, improvements in global communication, and even socio-political advancements. However, upon close examination, many experts feel ...

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By Mary Van | March 21, 2016
This spring, makeup trends are bold. Professionals can expect to see graphic eyes, plump lips, exaggerated eyelashes, and vivid punches of color. Some of the top trends for this season include highlighting, contouring, and eyebrow accentuation. This easy-to-follow, step-by-step procedure will assist ...

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By Catherine Kooiman L.E. | April 25, 2016
From the moment a prospective client comes across a spa’s website or calls an establishment, a first impression is made. While something initially attracted them to the spa, how long their attention is kept is at stake. Ultimately, the call to action for a prospective client is to have them book an appointment. While ...

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By Jeremy | October 18, 2016
Researchers from two universities in Germany, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and the University of Kiel, recently discovered the molecular mechanism behind the synthesis of melanin using a technique that involved mutation of tyrosinase. Melanin, which is produced by melanocytes, contributes to both ...

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By Robert Manzo, founder and president of Skinprint | March 24, 2017
There are many apparent causes of skin dryness, but only a few root causes. Some of the apparent causes include environmental issues, such as wind, cold, sun exposure, topical application of certain ingredients, and age-related dryness. One of the root causes includes primarily impaired barrier function ...

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By Courtney La Marine, L.E. | February 20, 2017
Aromatherapy has many places in a person's day-to-day life: a familiar scent that evokes a memory, a spice that engulfs their favorite food, or the flower they smell as they are passing by. Aromatherapy, when not used topically, can help with insomnia, nausea, headaches and migraines, and aches and ...

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By Jeremy | January 24, 2017
Rosemary Davila has joined the award-winning SiSpa at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa as spa director, bringing over 20 years of beauty and wellness experience to the world-class seaside sanctuary. Davila previously served as spa and therapy director at the world-renowned Hippocrates ...

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By Bob Fabbio, CEO and co-founder of eRelevance Corp. | January 26, 2017
Successful skin care professionals have begun to leverage automated conversations into their marketing to more deeply engage clients, improve loyalty and increase revenue. If a professional's marketing is one-way, they are missing an important opportunity to be a better provider and growtheir business. Flourishing ...

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By Dr. Erin Madigan-Fleck | January 24, 2017
A study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association concluded that the prevalence of prescription drug use in America among people 20 years of age and older had risen to 59 percent in 2012 from 51 percent just 12 years earlier. During the same period, the percentage of people taking ...

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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 Courtney G. Freeman, L.E.I. | November 21, 2016
In today's modern and ever-changing world of cosmetic technology, skin care professionals are required to understand the skin from a cellular and scientific perspective. Professionals and clients understand the advanced changes that can be made within a medical setting and physicians are realizing the ...

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By Lyn Ross | November 21, 2016
As the population grows increasingly multicultural, skin care professionals will be challenged with the task of recognizing how dark skin differs from light skin, what is normal versus problematic, and which treatments have the highest efficacy and lowest potential for complications for individuals with ...

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  • LightStimLightStimDescription: Just like plants, our skin and other body tissues have the ability to absorb light and convert it into energy. While plants can safely absorb light from the sun, the sun emits harmful UV rays that can do more damage to our skin than good. LightStim use ...