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As a spa professional, it is important to be aware of the effect toxins have on the skin and the internal system. Being aware will in turn motivate you to become knowledgeable on how to select the right products, equipment, and treatments that can have a positive impact on repairing damage caused by toxin exposure.
With access to so much information, your client is increasingly placing their faith in real science to ward off the inevitable signs of aging. The uninformed aesthetician or skin care professional therefore needs to understand the importance of communicating hard science and not hard sell to their clients.
What is Thalasso therapy and how can it be used by aestheticians, doctors, cosmetologists, and nail technicians to improve the look and feel of their client's face and body while promoting psychological well-being?
It is often thought that a massage therapist’s hands are one thing that a machine will never replace. Yet, advances in new state-of-the-art technology have now provided the opportunity to relieve the stress and strain from a therapist’s job, while still providing countless treatment options that benefit their clients.
Light: It’s a part of our day-to-day survival. We depend on light, in both its natural and man-made forms, to help us navigate through life as we know it. Everything we see is a variance of light, as it is light that carries information from our eyes to our brain, creating and translating images of the world in which we live. Throughout history, a number…

February 2024

Wellness Blogs

Brands of the Month

  • Skin Script
  • Repechage
  • Celluma by Biophotas, Inc