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Spring Color Preview 2015: Muted Moxie

This season's palette is soft and fresh, and skin care professionals can jump for joy this season—the runways fully embraced a clean, natural complexion.

Maintaining and Regaining Youth for the Aging Client

Helping clients to maintain a youthful appearance in a world that continually promotes imagery of young, happy and healthy individuals can greatly improve their self-confidence.

Creating a Man Cave in Your Spa

Men are realizing there is nothing girly about taking care of themselves—by leveraging professional knowledge, estheticians can create an influx of men to their spas.

3 Tips for Upselling Waxing Services

Waxing is the most profitable service you can offer as a skin care professional. It is a high-profit treatment with low overhead that can comprise at least half of your total service revenue.

The Future of Anti-Aging Technology

Anti-aging technology is a relatively recent term, yet it means different things to different professionals.

25 Facts About Adult Acne

Here’s what skin care professionals need to know about adult acne, and how estheticians help clear and prevent these bothersome blemishes.

Identical Twins Key to Unlocking Rosacea?

Daniel Popkin, MD, and colleagues were awarded $25,000 by the NRS to study the facial microbiomes of identical twins in whom only one has rosacea.

Study Finds Non-invasive Lifts of Eyebrow, Neck and Chin Are Effective

The micro-focused ultrasound therapy, known as ultherapy, effectively lifts and tightens skin on the eyebrow and neck and under the chin without adverse effects for patients of all ages, according to a new study.

Nutricosmetics for Beauty

Nutricosmetics—the use of nutrition or nutritional supplements for skin health and beauty—is popular abroad and may be the next frontier for improving skin health and beauty in the United States.

Popular Anti-aging Treatment Emerges as Effective Treatment for Difficult Scars

Dermatologists are harnessing a laser technology originally developed as an anti-aging treatment to improve the appearance of scar–especially hard-to-treat or older ones.

5 Trendy Beauty Treatments Evaluated by AAD Expert

While some initial research studies have shown trendy treatments to be effective, dermatologists remain cautious about recommending them over proven therapies.

Children of Melanoma Survivors Lacking Adequate Level of Sun Protection

In a groundbreaking new study, University of California, Los Angeles researchers have discovered that children of melanoma survivors are not adhering optimally to sun protection recommendations.

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