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By | February 29, 2012
Some skin diseases are more than skin deep. Psoriasis is the most prevalent autoimmune disease in the country, affecting as many as 7.5 million Americans. This non-contagious condition often appears on the skin as red, scaly patches that itch and bleed. Psoriasis frequently starts between the ages ...


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By | February 29, 2012
The month of April is Rosacea Awareness Month. As a result, here are some tips from Dr. Michael Gold, on how to best care for this condition that affects over 14 million people. Recommendations for Treatment: People with rosacea need to be aware of and avoid the known triggers – alcohol, caffeine, ...


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By | February 29, 2012
Clams Whether eaten raw on the half shell or cooked in clam chowder, clams are a great source of iron, as well as potassium and vitamin B12. Approximately, three ounces of the shellfish provide 23.8 milligrams of iron and 126 calories. Cereal Hot or cold, enriched cereals are a great source of iron ...


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By | February 29, 2012
This recipe will yield a protective tea tree sheen and powerfully fresh flavor punch. 2 teaspoons beeswax 2 tablespoons jojoba oil 3 drops each of peppermint and sweet orange essential oils 2 drops tea tree essential oil Directions: Measure beeswax and jojoba into a small metal bowl and place in a ...


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By | March 2, 2012
Serums have a fundamentally different function than creams. Serums are meant to penetrate and interact with the skin where as a cream is meant to form a protective barrier on the skin. A true serum is thinner in viscosity, has a smaller molecule which delivers nutrients or other active ingredients. ...


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By | March 2, 2012
As an aesthetician, one of the most important questions you should ask your client is "What are your skin care concerns?" From there you can determine their primary and secondary concerns. These questions are extremely important when establishing a relationship and building trust with the client. They ...


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By | March 2, 2012
We aim to develop the finest cosmetics to satisfy customers who have the highest standards in beauty and health. Our professional team is passionately dedicated to the people they serve and the relationships they build. We treat every employee, every client and every supplier with dignity, honesty and ...


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By | March 2, 2012
Company Name: YOUNGBLOOD® MINERAL COSMETICS Owner/President: Pauline Youngblood; founder, president and CEO Year Established: 1996 Business Type: Manufacturer and distributor of luxurious mineral cosmetics Located: Simi Valley, California No. of Employees: Approximately 60 Mission Statement: We aim ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 2, 2012
Alexandra J. Zani is an international educator and speaker with a background in biology and medical technology. She holds an instructor license in cosmetology/aesthetics, is NCEA certified, and has received advanced certifications both in the U.S. and abroad in the dermal sciences, spa therapies, non-ablative ...


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By | January 5, 2012
“I am a reiki master and I use reiki in every session. Even when I am doing lash extensions, I am doing reiki on my clients. Of course during facials, body treatments, etc. Just do your symbols and have the intention and you're doing reiki!” ~ Lora Condon “I'm level 2 Reiki and I do offer a Reiki ...


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By | January 5, 2012
Bio Jouvance Paris now re-invents Bio Advance Skin Repair with their exclusive Gammotherapy and the technological breakthrough known as the Biogaphyt™ concept. This treatment reduces signs of aging, and past skin damages caused by every environmental assault. 800-272-1716, www.biojouvance.com or ...


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By | November 1, 2011
A summer vacation often means fun in the sun and water, but it can also mean an increase in the chances of developing a dangerous mole. Most kids are born without moles, called "nevi" by dermatologists, but a recent Colorado study of 681 white children found that every beach vacation leads to a five ...


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By | December 1, 2011
CDC releases the most comprehensive melanoma report in the U.S. to date More than 45,000 cases of melanoma occurred in 45 states and the District of Columbia each year during 2004 through 2006, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Skin cancer is the most common ...


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By | November 1, 2011
The use of oxygen therapies was once thought to be solely the domain of the medical community, curing a variety of ailments. As we learn more about how oxygen reacts on a cellular level, it becomes more apparent that the use of oxygenated therapies can also be beneficial for spas to help treat maladies ...


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By | November 30, 2011
Inflammation – What Does It Mean?Let us begin by exploring the meaning of the word and what is implied when we speak about the effects of inflammation in the body. Inflammation can be a temporary response to a minor infliction to the skin or it can be a major response to systemic infection or other key ...


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