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2/1/2016 | Nicole Urbanowicz
The earlier you start Botox, the less wrinkles become deeply ingrained in the skin later on in life, says dermatologist Julia Tzu, M.D.
Prepare now to have the most successful spring season by learning the latest techniques and offering the most up-to-date wax formulas that are painless and even relaxing to your clients. You will have them come back month after month well into the late fall.
1/28/2016 | Katie Anderson
I love the holidays, but all the party attending, fruit cake eating and hot toddy drinking can really take a toll on the body—and skin. That’s why we’ve started off the new year with wellness. We’re ready to help you make your spa and your clients healthier.
Sensory deprivation tanks are all the rage, but what exactly are they and are they regulated?
The Chinese New Year of the Fire Monkey is said to be an active one, and the Mandarin Oriental spa has an antidote.
Calladora Spa at Lake Lawn Resort is introducing two new body treatments that are vegan, natural and cruelty-free—the Aloe Vera Hydrating Gel Body Wrap and the Organic Shea Butter Sugar Scrub.
1/12/2016 | Ginger Hodulik, MS, CNS
Vitamins, minerals, carotenoids, antioxidants and fats all play important roles in maintaining healthy skin. Star players on the nutrition team to fight extrinsic aging are the B vitamins; vitamins A, C, D, and E; zinc; lutein; lycopene; genestein; epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) and resveratrol. Skin regeneration requires these nutrients throughout life, and they are also required by skin in increased amounts under certain conditions such as exposure to free radicals and UV radiation.
Oral collagen has been found to have anti-aging effects, according to a recent study. In a Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology article researchers investigated the effect of collagen peptides taken orally on skin hydration and the dermal collagen network.
L'Oréal has introduced the first-ever stretchable skin sensor designed to monitor UV exposure and help consumers educate themselves about sun protection.
1/6/2016 | Linda Bertaut
If you want your clients to adopt healthier habits, whether it is taking care of their skin or becoming more self-aware, you need to provide the framework for them to succeed.
1/6/2016 | Terri Wojak
In this new online column, esthetician and educator Terri Wojak sheds light the latest treatment methodologies, skin care and news in the medical esthetic world. This first column focuses on incorporating wellness into esthetic medicine.
1/5/2016 | Janel Luu
You’ve heard of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and are probably a little familiar with the physiological benefits of acupuncture, but have you heard of meridian massage? Adapted from the ancient technique of guā shā, meridian massage fuses the TCM meridian theory used in acupuncture into Western esthetic techniques by massaging key meridian facial points along energy pathways using unique tools for increased circulation, younger-looking skin and overall wellness benefits.