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Valeant Dermatology has announced the opening of their annual scholarship award for dermatology students working toward an undergraduate or graduate degree.
Organic Monitor has released its predictions for the natural and organic cosmetic market in 2017, including more labels, more sustainable ingredients and packaging, and better ways to measure eco-friendliness.
2/10/2017 | Jeb Gleason-Allured, Editor in Chief
Cosmetic Executive Women’s recent Global Trend Report event in New York provided a look at the trends that are reshaping the beauty industry.
The Skin Games, an annual competition and all day beauty show, has opened voting for their People’s Choice Esthetician award.
Mandarin Oriental has partnered with Salem Partners to develop a new luxury resort in Honolulu, Hawaii. This will be their first Hawaii opening spa since 2006.
On March 13, 2017, Pevonia will be presenting The Skin Repair Specialist Workshop, which will be a hands-on workshop dedicated to repairing damaged skin.
PCA Skin has partnered with Salient Medical Solutions to provide skin care products and education to the Canadian market.
Center for Dermatology & Aesthetic Medicine focuses on a holistic approach to skin wellness, which sets itself apart from traditional dermatology practices.
2/7/2017 | Terri Wojak, True U University
Estheticians and other esthetic professionals are often educated on standard protocols; however, the art of communication is as important as the treatment itself.
Marcus Hotels & Resorts has announced the appointment of Gordon Tareta as director of spas.
Wilo Spa has brought the convenience of at-home spa services to the Bay Area. The spa recently debuted its at-home waxing and nail services to 11 cities in the area.
Americans’ growing inclination toward non-invasive procedures and a higher priority placed on aesthetics are why the market continues to flourish.