Switching Product Lines: 4 Simple Steps to Ease Clients Through the Change

Written by Ann Brown, CEO and founder of Saltability
As skin care professionals, it is important to provide clients with the best products and services available on the market today. Sometimes, that means sticking with favorite brands that are known and loved. They are the products clients ask for by name and the best sellers on the menu. But, just like any business that thrives on innovation, successful spas cannot remain static for long.…

Innovations in Microwounding: What’s on the Horizon?

Written by Elaine Sterling, school owner, founder, and CEO of The Elaine Sterling Institute
New science on how the skin heals and produces collagen may be a game changer. The latest skin care devices offer age management solutions like never before, from microneedling (collagen induction therapy), skin resurfacing through ablative and non-ablative lasers, chemical peels, dermaplaning, microdermabrasion devices, and plasma fibroblast skin tightening – just to name a few. Never before have skin care professionals had such amazing technology…

Men’s Versus Women’s Skin Care: A Quick Comparison

Written by Monique Enriquez, freelance writer, speaker, tv presenter, and beauty and wellness expert
Many clients have been taught or have learned that having good habits and living a healthy lifestyle will give them a better, happier, and longer life. They know that eating well, exercising regularly, sleeping eight hours daily, relaxing, meditating, and having fun with friends and family are simple, habitual actions that make a big difference long-term. But, when it comes to their skin, they may…
Rosacea is a skin condition that affects as many as 1 in 20 people and, because it mainly affects the face, it presents a significant problem for everything from makeup applications to facials. When treating a person with rosacea, here’s what you should and shouldn’t do. DO: BE PARTICULARLY GENTLE Rosacea typically reddens skin and it also generates discomfort through stinging or burning sensations, making…

How to Treat Scar Tissue

Written by Cheryl Miller, massage therapist, master aesthetician, oncology aesthetician, and continuing education provider
Just about every client who walks into a spa has a scar. Scar tissue remodeling is a very desired service in the industry and manual manipulation is well within the aesthetician’s scope of practice, but most people are intimidated or not sure how to do it. WHAT ARE SCARS? Scars are areas of fibrous tissue (fibrosis) that develop in the dermis, which is comprised of…

January 2022

Skin Care Blogs

Brands of the Month

  • DMK Skin Revision Center
  • Celluma by Biophotas, Inc