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By Denise R. Fuller | March 15, 2012
We’ve all heard it before: “Men – You can’t live with them and you can’t live without them.” In the spa industry, however, building a male clientele is a smart move that will lead to an increase in clients, services, and sales of retail products. The average national growth for spas offering men’s services ...


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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 of ...


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By | February 13, 2012
Understanding the latest dietary guidelines and how they impact the skin is key to solving the puzzle of selecting foods that feed a clear complexion. What you eat not only goes straight to your hips, it is also mirrored in your complexion. Proper nutrition can have a major impact on the way your skin ...


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By | January 17, 2012
Research points to need for more aggressive approach to secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease in psoriasis patients. Heart attack patients with psoriasis are 26 per cent more likely to die from cardiovascular disease, or suffer from recurrent heart attacks or strokes, and are 18 per cent more ...


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By Jeremy Lawrence | January 3, 2012
Douglas Preston Aesthetician, Business Consultant, Educator and Lecturer Douglas Preston is a business consultant and frequent lecturer in the day and medical spa industry. Preston's business articles frequently appear in DERMASCOPE Magazine, Spa Management Journal, American Spa, MedicalSpa Magazine, ...


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By | December 1, 2011
Positive top-line results from a Phase 2b trial that evaluated the efficacy and safety of CD07805/47, a proprietary topical gel under investigation for treating patients with moderate to severe facial erythema (redness) of rosacea, from Galderma Pharma S.A.1 Rosacea is a chronic dermatological condition ...


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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 ...


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By | August 26, 2011
There is no evidence that Botulinum toxin injections reduce chronic neck pain or associated headaches, says a group of scientists who reviewed nine trials involving a total of 503 participants. Their findings are published in the latest update of The Cochrane Library. The Botulinum toxin (BoNT) operates ...


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By Tina Zillmann | July 29, 2011
Exfoliation and aesthetics simply go hand-in-hand. Aestheticians have been using exfoliation means in the form of chemicals, enzymes and scrubs for decades and have an understanding of skin biology that allows them to recognize the characteristics of healthy skin at any age. Exfoliation is a critical ...


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By | May 25, 2011
Gemstones are so fascinating! The color properties, myths, and legends are diverse and intriguing. Folklore about stones has been revered and honored for centuries in all cultures. There has been so much buzz regarding gemstone facials, but is it hype or is there real benefit to the skin?The radical ...


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By | June 25, 2011
In an ever changing profession, each day brings a new type of product, service, and treatment protocol. Body services have grown with increasing popularity, and not just for simple relaxation purposes, but for overall health and wellness benefits as well. Body services include: Wraps for detoxification, ...


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By | June 25, 2011
We are bombarded regularly by commercials and advertisements extolling the virtues of exfoliation. Products contain "micro-scrubbers", apricot pit grounds, and other ingredients touted to scrub away the outer layers of dead skin cells while "making skin appear fresh and beautiful." About a decade ago ...


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By | June 18, 2011
In 1989, Margaret decided to focus on the things she loved and earned a license as an aesthetician. Pleased with this new direction, but still uncertain of her future, on a lark she visited a psychic who offered startling news. “She saw great success surrounding me, that I would be a pioneer in my ...


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By AIA | June 17, 2011
Annette’s story is one of family values and support – of an ongoing commitment to professionalism and recognition of the importance of standards. She has spent her entire career upholding the accountability of government to consumer safety and remains a relentless figure in the world of legislation ...


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By AIA | June 17, 2011
When Murad opened his dermatology practice in 1972, few doctors considered aesthetics an allied profession and most didn’t consider it a profession at all. But even as a young doctor, Murad saw things differently. And over the last three decades, that different view of aesthetics has helped him become ...


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