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VIDEO Tried and True: 5 Misconceptions On Sensitive Skin

In this video column, Terri Wojak addresses some of the biggest misconceptions surrounding sensitive skin. She tackles topics such as incorrect classification, peeling, vitamin A, rosacea and microdermabrasion.

VIDEO: Contouring and Correcting

Lisa Shor, director of makeup education for New Age Spa Institute, demonstrated the latest techniques in contouring and color correcting at Face & Body Northern California's Advanced Education Conference on Aug. 20, 2016.

Face and Body Shows How to Tune in to Your Clients

Face and Body Northern California showed conference attendees that being in tune with your body, building "heart" connections with clients and creating the right atmosphere will take your spa business to the next level.

Taking the Sting out of Skin Treatments

It is just a matter of time before you encounter a client whose skin reacts during a treatment. The question is, will you be armed and ready?

Reflections: You're Blushing

We’re lucky that the skin is our most visible organ because it is our largest. As such, we need to care for it properly, including adequate (but not overzealous) cleansing, moisturization and protection.

Ask The Esthy: Brazilian Education

Brazilian waxing is not always covered at length in esthetics school. This leaves newly licensed estheticians to seek continued education for additional knowledge and practice with this skill-set, oftentimes with little funds.

What's the Latest With Non-Invasive Skin Treatments?

Timothy Jochen, M.D. incorporated Ultherapy ultrasound treatments into his practice a few years ago alongside an upgrade to the more powerful VelaShape III laser.

Cool Tools for Inflamed Skin

The management of rosacea and sensitive skin is often a perplexing prospect due to the variables surrounding the development and symptomology of sensitive skin subtypes and, more recently, sensitive skin syndrome.

Rosacea Reduction

All too often we hear from individuals whose practitioners have told them their chronic skin redness is rosacea, and many have been provided anti-inflammatories, antibiotics and/or other topicals or oral medications to treat it. Other mechanisms could be involved, an overview of which is given next.

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