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Mar
29
2013

Vitamin A: New Applications and Outcomes

Vitamin A continues to evolve, helping it remain one of the most potent ingredients in a skin care professional's arsenal.
By: Sam Dhatt

This tried-and-true ingredient continues to evolve, helping it remain one of the most potent ingredients in a skin care professional's arsenal.

Mar
28
2013

The Lure of Organic Ingredients

Professional skin care is moving into more functional products with super fruits and natural ingredients.
By: Abby Penning

More spas and more clients are becoming interested in learning the benefits organic has to offer.

Mar
15
2013

EU Bans Animal-tested Cosmetic Ingredients

EU bans animal testing for cosmetic ingredients.

Animal testing for cosmetic purposes can no longer be performed in Europe.

Mar
01
2013

Botulinum Toxin May Hold Untapped Potential for Common Skin Diseases

medical spa client

New research indicates that a better understanding of botulinum toxin may hold potential in the treatment of inflammatory skin diseases.

Feb
28
2013

Part II Health-challenged Skin--Celiac Disease and SLE

celiac disease and professional skin care clients
By: Morag Currin

There are many details to take into consideration when working with clients suffering from these diseases.

Feb
28
2013

Vitamin D: Why It's Important in Your Skin Care Business

Mushrooms are an excellent source of vitamin D.
By: Celeste Hilling

Incorporate this vitamin into clients' diets and treatments to make a profound difference in their health.

Feb
28
2013

Peel Away the Mysteries of Acids

professional skin care client receives an acid peel
By: Rhonda Allison

Acid peeling is more than just a science; it's an art form.

Jan
31
2013

Part I: Health-challenged Skin—Diabetes

professional skin care and diabetes
By: Morag Currin

Diabetic clients who have had this disease for many years have a tendency to develop complicated skin problems.

Jan
31
2013

Become an Acne Specialist

inflamed acne
By: Laura Cooksey

With the correct training, any esthetician can become an acne specialist and achieve high success rates with even the most acne-prone skin.