7 Secrets Every Aesthetician Should Know About Skin of Color

Written by Eunice Cofie-Obeng, founder, chief cosmetic chemist, and aesthetician at Nuekie
The skin care market is growing but there is still an untapped need for personalized skin care services for people of color. Women and men of color are looking for skin care specialists who understand their unique skin care needs. Unfortunately, many aestheticians never receive adequate training on skin of color in aesthetics school. Getting quality education on how to treat the unique structure and…

Inflammageing

Written by Pia Kynoch, owner, holistic skin therapist, and naturopath at Verve Skin Beauty Wellness
The mysteries of aging that control an individual’s lifespan, and the way they look and feel, are still yet to be completely unraveled, despite the many scientific advances in all the relevant fields of medicine, genetics, health, and wellness. Aging is truly a complex collaboration involving epidemiology, psychology, and cell biology, and there is no single theory that satisfactorily explains all aspects of aging. A…

Dragon’s Blood: A Cosmetic Ingredient Setting the Industry on Fire

Written by Janel Luu, CEO and formulator of Le Mieux Cosmetics
What do a fire-breathing dragon and an antiaging moisturizer have in common? Nothing, actually. Dragon’s blood is a hot, new ingredient flying into skin care products, but it has absolutely nothing to do with dragons swooping across the sky. In fact, dragon’s blood does not come from an animal at all. This fantastical name describes the deep, reddish sap resembling blood that drips down the…
The methodology of how to approach the care of clients with sensitive skin has often been an evolving and dynamic challenge, particularly, taking into consideration many unknown variables regarding the underlying health of an individual or identifying the actual degree of skin sensitivity. Our focus should include the care and nurturing of sensitive skin, understanding the potential influences on hypersensitivity, and an increasing correlation with…
WHAT IS IT? The less established way of treating acne is to use hot and cold hydrotherapy techniques also known as contrast hydrotherapy. This aids the lymphatic system and allows skin to rid the body of excess waste and inflammation, like acne. Since there is no routine acne and acne can be triggered in many ways, this a great solution to unclog the lymphatic system…

Infused Exfoliation: Jumpstarting Skin Renewal

Written by Corey Hartung, vice president of DermaSweep
The body is in a constant state of regeneration. To that end, the skin is constantly shedding skin cells, but over time it becomes less effective and slower to renew. Older cells on the surface take longer to slough off, resulting in a dry or rough appearance of the skin. The buildup of old skin and debris can block the pores, spurring acne and giving…

November 2020

Skin Care Blogs

  • Winter Skincare
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Brands of the Month

  • Skin Blends
  • Celluma by Biophotas, Inc
  • GlyMed Plus