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How LED Light Therapy Works

LightStim, the industry leader in LED light therapy, has been used and recommended by estheticians, dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and other licensed skin care and wellness professionals, delivering powerful results for more than a decade.

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.

'Prejuvenation' Treatments Are Rising with Millennials

According to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), 64 percent of member facial plastic surgeons report an increase in cosmetic surgery or injectable treatments in the under 30 crowd.

50 Shades of Red: What to Do About Sensitive Skin

This article aims to better understand the many colors of sensitive skin, providing some tips on how to slowly and carefully analyze them to create a skin balancing treatment protocol.

Reflections: Blurred Lines

I researched product lines, treatment protocols, spa business practices and modality offerings. I read, scanned and reread, but it seemed that I kept getting stuck on scope of practice and licensing.

The New Face of Gluten

Celiac disease can impact the body externally, appearing as a number of skin disorders that occur simultaneously with digestive issues.

Tried and True: The 411 on Microneedling

This article reviews the regulations surrounding microneedling, how it can be used by estheticians and the varying depths that put it into other categories.

Spa Drinks for Happy, Healthy Clients

Some clients are dehydrated both inside and out, and they do not even know it. Spa drinks are a great way to engage your clients and benefit their skin. The water content helps hydrate their bodies and skin, while the vitamins and minerals produce brighter, younger-looking skin.

FDA Clears Syneron PicoWay Picosecond Laser

The 785 nm wavelength laser is a new form of tattoo removal that has been created for the aesthetic market.

Elderly Esthetics: How is It Different?

This article will Introduce the reader to Geriatric Esthetics, a touching topic, a new specialty in esthetics and the opportunity to boost your clients personal sense of purpose and meaning.

FDA Clears High Energy Fat Reduction Device from Syneron

UltraShape Power provides a 20% increase from its predecessor and demonstrates a 32% reduction in overall abdominal fat. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance is for non-invasive reduction of abdominal circumference via fat cell destruction.

75% Improvement in Melasma & Hyperpigmentation

The treatment of melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is a hot topic for medical and esthetic professionals, and it can be extremely challenging to treat.

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