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By Alison Adams-Woodford, L.E. | January 27, 2015
It all started in the 1920s when Coco Chanel fell asleep while outdoors on vacation in the French Riviera and woke up with an unintended sunburn. The style icon singlehandedly changed previous views that skin should be pale and pristine to one that viewed a tan as a fashion statement. There is a slow-moving ...


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By | June 30, 2015
Krista Drock of Pevonia International has been promoted to marketing manager. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Retail Merchandising and Product Development and a minor in Marketing/Communications, Drock combines her education with her exemplary passion, diligence, and dedication in order to provide managerial ...


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By Shannon Conley | January 28, 2014
Successfully running and operating a small business in today’s dynamic world of beauty brands and outlets is no simple feat. Salon owners are tasked with doing it all. Running the day-to-day operations, dealing with staffing issues like turnover, marketing the business, and staying ahead of the latest ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | June 27, 2014
Bioelements is excited to announce that it will expand distribution of its complete line of professional skin care products with Raylon. This new expansion includes 13 professional-only Raylon stores and professional beauty salon and spa sales consultants covering Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. ...


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By Rachael Pontillo | June 30, 2014
The world is a teenager’s oyster. The teenage years are jam-packed with fun, friendship, sports, freedom, change, growth, and promise. Well, unless said teenager has skin conditions like acne, eczema or psoriasis that are causes emotional pain or embarrassment.Skin conditions do not just affect a teenager’s ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | May 27, 2014
Global professional beauty brand Sothys is pleased to announce the appointment of Jessica Heron to the position of national trainer. Heron comes to Sothys with 18 years of experience in the professional skin care industry. Previously regional educator for Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spas, Heron also served ...


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By David S. Goldstein | May 28, 2014
Aestheticians are well trained in ways to help their clients achieve healthy, beautiful skin. Having gone through aesthetic-specific schooling to become well versed in their discipline of choice, aestheticians have the knowledge to help their clients obtain the results they desire. However, aestheticians ...


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By Enrique Ramirez, L.E., L.M.T. | May 29, 2014
Move over baby boomers! There is a new BOOM in town and it has nothing to do with combat boots or camouflage visages, and it is more virile than John Wayne desert galloping in the Old West! I am talking about today’s modern man who has made a handsome boom in the last 10 years. When savvy marketing companies ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 31, 2014
Signifying the importance of its corporate wellness initiatives, Spafinder Wellness, Inc.® has named Claudia Rimerman the senior vice president, corporate group and wellness. In the newly created position, Rimerman, who previously held management roles at AIG, UnitedHealth Group®, Humana Inc. and Corporate ...


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By Amanda Strunk Miller | March 10, 2014
Twenty years ago this month, my father became Associate Publisher of DERMASCOPE Magazine. Not so coincidentally, this month I accept the same position. As you might know from my previous editor’s notes through the years, I have grown up in the world of aesthetics where my passion has continued to evolve. ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 8, 2014
Click on image to enlarge! I budget for my aesthetics extras by cutting out other "extras.” I no longer get pedicures. I save money by doing them myself. That frees up about 30 dollars a month! 30 dollars a month times 12 months? That's 360 dollars a year. That's a chemical peel and some products! ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 7, 2014
Skin and sun: everybody should know by now that this combination is not safe for maintaining the body’s health or its youthful appearance. While some of our clients have certainly gotten the message and live by the sunblock and hat, others are still worshipping the crispy carcass of Coco Chanel and the ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 5, 2014
Problem: Elastosis Skin elasticity is what determines the skin’s ability to stretch and then return to its normal state. A loss of elasticity (tone and firmness) in the skin, known as elastosis, is a natural part of the aging process for most people. This sagging skin is defined significantly by the ...


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By Anne C. Willis, L.E., CEO and founder of De La Terre Skincare | January 29, 2014
People have always been exposed to toxic substances, but today’s exposure to contaminants far exceeds that of previous times. To rid the body of these harmful toxins, one must determine whether a cleansing program or a detoxification treatment would be the most beneficial. Cleansing focuses on taking ...


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By Alice Pichery | July 25, 2014
For centuries, muds, clays, milks, seaweed, and herbs have been used by Roman, Egyptian, and Asian civilizations as masks to maintain the beauty of the skin, treat its specific concerns, and protect it. The development of modern cosmetics incorporating the latest technology and scientific research has ...


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