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By: Danae Markland
By incorporating the right products into facial massage, treatments can be relaxing and provide results.
By: Jimm Harrison
An essential oil aromatherapy bar helps a skin care facility respond to the growing interests of clients.
Whether your clients play a musical instrument in your school band, as a weekend hobby, or as a professional, you may be at risk for a common skin condition.
Acne is becoming increasingly common in older women. Because of this, client-specific treatment regimens to control acne are a must.
Recent information warns that the excessive inflammation common with psoriasis is also a characteristic in other serious diseases. Be sure to let your clients with psoriasis know to monitor themselves closely for signs of the diseases mentioned in this news item.
Amy Forman Taub, MD, dermatologist and founder of Advanced Dermatology, shares tips on how developing your own no-tanning pledge can reap client and community benefits while encouraging clients to avoid tanning for healthier lives.
Ethnic skin care specialist Juliette Samuel explains the most important issues when working with darker skin types, and provides tips and tricks for working with ethnic skin.
Europe next frontier for new generation of at-home beauty devices, ingredients; POS retail and packaging elements also form a key part of the trend, with a rise in packaging and products that increase the interactivity between virtual and real worlds.
By: Patricia Ringos Beach and Katie Morgan-Lousky
A Toledo, Ohio, day spa treats clients with cancer, and dehydration is a major skin care concern for this clientele.
By: Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, and Hratch Karamanouk…
The treatment of this skin disorder can be managed by four core principles.