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Sep
05
2013

Study Finds UV Nail Lamps Do Not Cause Cancer

UV Nail Lamps

An independent, peer-reviewed study has demonstrated that UV lamps used for hardening gel nail polish are safe and do not increase risks of developing skin cancer.

Sep
04
2013

Americans Still Uninformed About Sun Protection

Sun protection

Study shows many Americans are uninformed about sun protection, regardless of the season. They also are unaware of the risks of sun exposure and who is at risk for sun damage.

Sep
03
2013

Fall Color Preview 2013: A Multitude of Moods

Fall Color
By: Kristen Wegrzyn

This year's fall color palette is full of wearable, consumer-friendly colors that evoke strong emotions.

Sep
03
2013

The Diet-Acne Connection

Diet-Acne Connection
By: Elise May

By bringing to light the diet-acne connection, the wheels start turning for clients to consider how their food choices affect their skin.

Sep
03
2013

Mechanical Exfoliation Vs. Microneedling

Exfoliation
By: Terri A. Wojak

With all the options for skin rejuvenation available, it can be difficult to decipher which technique will prove effective and which may be the latest gimmick.

Sep
03
2013

Skin Care: Then and Now—Exfoliation

Exfoliation
By: Lydia Sarfati

Luckily for today's professional skin care clients, the beauty industry has advanced by leaps and bounds when it comes to exfoliation.

Aug
30
2013

VIDEO: Who’s The Expert Here? Invasive Peels and Cherry-picking Products

Bioelements

Advice on DIY recipes, celebrity quotes and reclaiming your esthetic expertise with Teresa Stenzel, Bioelements director of education.

Aug
22
2013

BB Cream Product Launches in US Have Increased by Half in 2013

BB Cream

In the United States, 2013 has seen a nearly 50% increase in BB cream product launches over 2012.

Aug
14
2013

Researchers Identify Molecule Causing Sunburn Pain

Sunburn pain molecule

A team of researchers from Duke University, Rockefeller University and the University of California San Francisco have identified the gene that causes pain in sunburned skin.