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Skin Inc. magazine wishes you a happy and safe Halloween, and offers up these easy skin care tips to keep faces looking fresh after a night of Halloween makeup.
German researchers have found that treatments with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can rejuvenate skin and result in less wrinkles.
A study done at the University of Michigan has shown promising results for treating sun-damaged skin with laser therapy.
Laser therapies to remove unwanted hair may be safer and more effective when used separately rather than in combination, according to an Iranian study.
By: Pat Lam
With all of the stress and turmoil in the country, sleep is more important for overall well-being than ever before. Discover how to address common sleep problems and help your clients--and yourself--get more rest.
By: Cathy Christensen
Enjoy this recipe, courtesy of Miraval Tucson.
Giving young women educational materials about the risks of indoor tanning helps them find healthier alternatives for changing appearances, a study says.
Swiss researchers have conducted a study displaying usefulness of green tea extract in preventing UV damage.
Researchers at Ohio State University are conducting studies on the effectiveness of massage therapy for the treatment of muscle soreness and recovery.
These documents were handouts at Linda Bertaut's Rainbow Reiki presentation at Face & Body 2008.