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Jun
13
2008

The Particulars of Probiotics

By: Rebecca James Gadberry

Learn how this friendly bacteria can help your clients, both internally and externally.

Jun
13
2008

Combating Cultural Stress

By: Howard Murad, MD

Find out how spa professionals can combat cultural stress in today's society.

Jun
13
2008

Research Reveals Effective Anti-aging Treatments for Skin

University of Michigan scientists have released a new report on useful anti-aging treatments, based on the renewal of collagen in the skin, effectively helping to improve skin's aged appearance.

Jun
11
2008

The Secret Behind Eyelash Growth and Sunscreen's Dark Side

By: Rebecca James Gadberry

Discover whether eyelash growth ingredients work and if sunscreen can do more harm than good.

Jun
09
2008

Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy

By: Harvey S. Bartnof, MD

Learn how this option for menopausal relief can improve your clients' quality of life.

Jun
09
2008

The Highs and Lows of pH

By: Kirsten Sheridan

Discover the importance of a balanced internal and external pH in slowing the aging process.

Jun
09
2008

Proactive Treatment Aids in Preventing Eczema Flare-ups

European researchers have shown that treating the skin before eczema flare-ups occur, utilizing a proactive approach, helps prevent and shorten the duration of exacerbations.

Jun
06
2008

The Amazing Blueberry

By: Ada Polla Tray

Blueberries are filled with antioxidants that provide many potential benefits to the skin.

Jun
06
2008

Fat Molecules Found to Slow Skin Aging

Testing the effects of fat molecules on the skin, researchers have discovered one of the molecule shows promise in helping to preserve collagen and fight the increase of MMPs.

Jun
03
2008

Rosacea May Be Genetic

The National Rosacea Society has uncovered evidence that the reddening facial skin disorder may be genetic, and that ancestry may also play a part in its appearance.