Want More Education?
Delve deeper into the science behind skin care with —Skin Inc. Video Education!
Most Popular in:
New in Trends (page 8 of 67)
New trends in nail care, dramatic eye looks and the appeal of limited edition scents significantly bolstered sales in the 2011 U.S. personal care market.
New research from Mintel shows the anti-aging skin care market reached $2.3 billion in 2011, with female consumers from the U.S. and Western Europe leading its consumption, and interest in beauty devices on the rise.
Esthetics, hair and nail students enrolled in an AACS member school can win a day of mentoring with an industry icon, along with a $500 travel allowance. Submit today!
NIC requests your participation in a survey to help improve esthetics exams for future skin care professionals.
We have received multiple letters about this May article. Check out the debate on our Facebook page and weigh in on your thoughts behind this hot topic.
By: Anne Martin
How can you care for clients in a complete and healthy way, and lead yourself to a commitment to the sustainability of your work?
By: Cathy Christensen
Skin Inc. exists to support skin care professionals in their efforts to change lives for the better.
The Professional Beauty Association's three main tracking indices for the spa and salon industry stay constant following a rise in the previous quarter.
The NPD Group reports that, after faltering numbers in the past few years, beauty engagement for the teen and tween audience appears to be stabilizing. However, price is still a primary beauty purchasing consideration.
A report from The NPD Group shows the significant growth of the multifunctional beauty products in the U.S. market in recent months.