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By | March 3, 2010
The life and achievements of skin treatment pioneer Danné Montague-King, are not easy to summarize. Where to start, after more than 40 years of research and travel, pioneering a skin revision methodology that for the most part was decades ahead of its time, and then to only now have his achievements ...


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By AIA | March 2, 2010
The life and achievements of skin treatment pioneer Danné Montague-King, are not easy to summarize. Where to start, after more than 40 years of research and travel, pioneering a skin revision methodology that for the most part was decades ahead of its time, and then to only now have his achievements ...


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By | January 26, 2006
Dear Jane,My background is in make-up. I was a professional make-up artist for many years, and recently earned my aesthetics license because I love skin care as well. The two girls who work my front desk and retail area are wonderful sales people, but not skin therapists. How can I help them totruly ...


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By | November 24, 2006
by Leah R. Patterson Vibrational healing or medicine is a term used to describe the modalities that influence the energy fields and centers of a person in order to bring about healing. Combined with aesthetics, the practice of advanced skin care, powerfully effective treatments designed to promote ...


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By | January 23, 2008
Editor’s Note: Client care is such an immense topic, both in its scope and importance that we felt it demanded the attention of a complete issue. Beyond that we wanted the feature article to be extensive and complete. So we called upon two individuals to write the following piece based ...


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By | May 25, 2011
How does an aesthetician or therapist determine a recommendation for a body treatment for their guest? Which one works best: Body scrubs, polish, glow, gommage, or chemical peels therapies for an exfoliation treatment that will also soothe, nourish, protocols… how is one to choose? Salt or sugar? ...


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By | December 22, 2014
A woman may learn about the many signs of perimenopause from her doctor, mother, and/or peers with the most talked-about topics being hot flashes, weight gain, libido, and mood swings – not the beard or moustache they are growing! Women attempt many different strategies to hide or minimize unsightly ...


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By Bella Schneider | January 26, 2015
Throughout time, women have created homemade body creams to smooth, soften, and keep their bodies youthful. Commercialized body creams have only been in the marketplace for the past century. The plethora of options available can often be confusing to clients. As aestheticians, it is important that we ...


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By Dr. Erin Madigan-Fleck | January 26, 2015
The allure and mystique of aromatherapy has captured the senses, heart, and human spirit for centuries. It has been said that every flower is a soul blossoming in nature. The majestic floral and botanical creations of nature have yielded hundreds upon hundreds of fragrant essences – while providing just ...


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By Lydia Sarfati | October 2, 2014
It is the little things in life that make us happy – and a lot of little things can mean a lot of extra money for your spa! Think about it, airlines and credit card companies have been using add-ons and upgrades to bring in extra bucks for years. Consumers think they have just saved themselves a ton ...


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By David Suzuki, president of Bio-Therapeutic, Inc. | November 26, 2014
James Yutaka Suzuki was born on May 19, 1936, in Seattle, Washington, to Tohachi and Mikayo Suzuki. He was the fourth of seven children. He spent much of his early childhood in the Japanese interment camp Minidoka, where Japanese Americans located on the West Coast were imprisoned during World War II. ...


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By Mara Shorr | November 26, 2014
Word on the street is that most spa owners love the concept of owning a spa. They love the thought of happy clients, the relaxation it brings to the lives of their clientele, and the youthful glow that comes from each new treatment brought to market.But it is no secret that most spa owners watch dollars ...


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By Kristina Valiani, L.E. | October 28, 2014
Aestheticians are in the unique position to observe many skin disorders and some diseases. Even though it is out of the aesthetician’s scope of practice to treat skin diseases, having knowledge is power, and skin care professionals should be able to recognize disorders and diseases that require medical ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | April 29, 2015
Christine Valmy, founder of Christine Valmy International School of Esthetics, passed away January 18th, 2015 in Bucharest, Romania. The skin care icon, who was most recognized for founding the first licensed school of esthetics in the United States, dedicated her life to youth and the ultimate in skin ...


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By Valarie Hurst,L.E. | March 4, 2015
Do you struggle with finding ideas to post on social media? When you do post a status update, do you find it difficult to get viewers to engage? Do you scramble when trying to find visuals and instead post content in a hurry? Consistency seems to be a common thread within the spa industry on social media, ...


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