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By | March 23, 2011
The manufacturing of vitamin D stimulates the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in our intestines. Calcium is necessary for muscle contraction and bone development of our skeletal bones and teeth. Calcium is also very important in the transmission of nerve impulses through our central nervous ...


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By | March 24, 2011
Your professional image is your portfolio. This is the package you present that will influence whether or not people in this industry (both professionals and clients) will take you seriously enough to see what you actually have to offer. This package is not only made up by your physical appearance ...


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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 | March 24, 2011
I have practically grown up in the aesthetics industry. I am a third generation aesthetician, with my grandmother and mother before me. At the age of 12 I helped my mother with my first eyelash tinting treatment and I have been in aesthetics ever since; enjoying the ability to make people feel ...


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By | March 25, 2011
In honor of April’s Rosacea Awareness Month, Dr. Michael Gold, board certified dermatologist/dermasurgeon, shares some expert tips on how to best care for this condition that affects over 14 million people. People with rosacea need to be aware of and avoid the known triggers – alcohol, caffeine, spicy ...


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By | February 28, 2011
If there was ever a fruit to stand the test of trends, blueberries could be considered a perennial classic. Most of us will have a story about picking blueberries in the field with friends or digging into a piece of homemade pie. Since the time of the early American settlers, blueberries have played ...


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By | February 28, 2011
Every day, science gives us new tips to help navigate our personal health journeys. With such a plethora of information available at the click of the mouse, that gold mine of knowledge can quickly feel like a maze of confusing advice. University of Cincinnati Health’s Mahmoud Charif, M.D. and Neetu Radhakrishnan, ...


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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 | January 26, 2011
The Healing Power of Water by Dr. Reinhard R. Bergel Sebastian Kneipp, who used water treatment as a means of curing illness, was a German priest who lived from 1827 – 1897 A.D. As a young priest, the doctors pronounced him terminally ill with a lung disease. But he would not accept their prognosis. ...


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By | January 25, 2011
For thousands of years, people have sought out the therapeutic benefits of sea water therapy. Thalassotherapy; stemming from the Greek word for sea, thalassos, is a term coined to describe the usage of sea water for therapeutic purposes and preventative measures based on the belief that immersion in ...


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By | January 25, 2011
The rose has the distinction of being considered one of the most beautiful flowers in the world and to many, it alone holds this title. With innumerable poems, stories, paintings, legends, and myths associated with it; varied colors, incomparable fragrance, shapes, and sizes, the rose captivates us all. ...


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By | January 25, 2011
The rose has the distinction of being considered one of the most beautiful flowers in the world and to many, it alone holds this title. With innumerable poems, stories, paintings, legends, and myths associated with it; varied colors, incomparable fragrance, shapes, and sizes, the rose captivates us ...


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By | January 25, 2011
For thousands of years, people have sought out the therapeutic benefits of sea water therapy. Thalassotherapy; stemming from the Greek word for sea, thalassos, is a term coined to describe the usage of sea water for therapeutic purposes and preventative measures based on the belief that immersion ...


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By | January 25, 2011
Aesthetics VideoSource Eva Mileski tackles two of the most common enemies of the skin: Sun-damage and dehydration in the instructional DVD, Professional Facial Techniques for Sun-Damaged & Dehydrated Skin. Mileski demonstrates how to provide a vitamin C facial to counteract the scorching effects ...


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By | January 25, 2011
Aesthetics VideoSource Eva Mileski tackles two of the most common enemies of the skin: Sun-damage and dehydration in the instructional DVD, Professional Facial Techniques for Sun-Damaged & Dehydrated Skin. Mileski demonstrates how to provide a vitamin C facial to counteract the scorching effects ...


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  • Cirepil by Perron RigotCirepil by Perron RigotDescription: At Cirépil by Perron Rigot, we believe: "It's not just about what we remove. It is about what we leave behind... Healthy Skin!" Unlike traditional methods of waxing, Cirépil wax sticks to the hair rather than the skin, reducing the pain of waxing by 50% ...