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By Kimberly J. Heathman
Mixing in clinical trials, variables, replication and more, learn how to know when ingredient research has been properly cooked up.
The University of Michigan Medical School recently reported that retinol reduces the fine lines and wrinkles associated with natural aging.
By Diana L. Howard, PhD
Teach your clients about the three biochemical reactions that cause aging skin.
By Tracy Sherwood
Wrinkle reducers aren’t the only thing consumers are looking for in skin care products anymore.
The Day Spa Association issued a release to its members urging them to take action against a new career-threatening regulation. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently rewritten their regulations in an attempt to outlaw and eliminate alternative health care modalities. From massage to vitamins, minerals, and herbs, all alternative and complementary modalities will be labeled as practicing medicine without a license unless prescribed by a physician.
The subtle change of vocabulary from "alternative health care" to "alternative medicine" makes all of these industries subject to control by the FDA as medicine. Only medical doctors would be allowed to provide, prescribe and supervise the delivery of these services. Anybody else who provided any of these services would be practicing medicine without a license, and subject to incarceration and fines.
Click here to read the actual draft guidance.
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By Rebecca Jame Gadberry
This guru sheds light on common misunderstanding regarding these ingredients.
By Ken Klein
Learn about the state of sunscreens in the United States today and how a better understanding of them can lead to enhanced customer service for your clients.
By Cathy Christensen
This jade-colored treat is packed with vitamins, flavor and moisturizing benefits.
By Richard Williams
Embrace the culture of your country and provide a unique experience for your clients.