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The Restylane Refyne and Restylane Defyne Dermal Fillers are FDA-approved to treat moderate to severe facial wrinkles and laugh lines.
12/15/2016 | Katie Anderson
We are in the skin care industry, so we know the importance of exfoliation, but are clients picking up on the message? Sure, they probably exfoliate occasionally, but probably not nearly enough, and I’d venture to guess that most clients don’t know what type of exfoliant they should use for their skin type and concerns, and how often.
12/15/2016 | Terri Wojak, True U University
Manual exfoliation is the use of a superficial product or device to remove dead skin cells. Chemical exfoliation is the use of an enzyme or an acid to either break apart keratinized cells or to dissolve them. This article will focus on mechanical exfoliation techniques through devices.
Your clients want to look good for the holidays without the downtime. Peter J. Capizzi, M.D., gives his top three treatments that are most effective.
12/2/2016 | Lydia Sarfati, Repêchage
Exfoliation, whether through manual manipulation or by using chemicals to loosen dead skin cells and debris, is a form of deep cleansing that can be an important step in maintaining a healthy-looking complexion as well as a well-functioning protective skin barrier.
Lower depression rates have been linked to higher cardiorespiratory fitness, according to a new study.
Just in time for the holidays, European Wax Center (EWC) has released two distinct product lines to address skin and brow needs during this festive time.
As winter sets in, educate clients on the value of adjusting their skin care routine.
New research out of Australia and Norway shows, in a mouse model, how nutrition impacts the structure of skin. Interestingly, the ratio of nutrients had a larger impact than total intake; and the results were gender-dependent.
11/17/2016 | Katie Anderson
You and your clients may not love winter as much as I do, but with this information, we hope to bestow a love for glowy, winter skin.
Estheticians are often silent sufferers of back pain. Dr. Hong Shen offers five lifestyle changes that can help curb back pain.
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.