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Massage Therapy Effective in Reducing MS Pain

In a pilot study done by The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), massage therapy showed to work in reducing symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis (MS) in combination with conventional MS treatment.

Video: 7 Steps to the Perfect Eyebrow

As we know all too well, the perfect brow is not about one technique versus another. Rather, it is about the perfect combination of a number of techniques. Who better to demonstrate those techniques together than Chella.

[VIDEOS] Can Estheticians Perform Microneedling?

The answer to that question, like many regulatory issues in the medical spa industry, can vary depending on the state in which an esthetician practices. For the much of the United States, however, the answer is likely...

Catching Some Zs: The Neuroscience of Relaxation

The growing sentiment of exhaustion has become quite the existential cry of our time. So much so that sleep deprivation has become a global epidemic.

Fillers Are the Future

The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) has released their annual report, highlighting that combined treatments, prejuvenation treatments and chemical peels were popular in 2016.

Let the Light In: Spa Treatments for SAD

While treatments for seasonal affective disorder vary, there are three common ways spas can help their clients fight SAD during the winter months.

My Little Pony Pop-up Spa Trots into New York

My Little Pony fans rejoice. Milk & Cookies Kids Spa and Salon have partnered with My Little Pony for a special pop-up spa in Manhattan, New York.

Video: What is Ayurveda?

At Face & Body Northern California 2016, Skin Inc. caught up with Vida Karamooz, Ph.D., founder and CEO of Blue Beautifly, to learn more about Ayurveda and how it is incorporated into formulation of beauty products.

Shaving Face

Dermaplaning is done with a #10 blade at a 45-degree angle on dry skin. The blade is gently scraped over the surface of the cleansed and moisture-free skin in the opposite direction of hair growth. Dull, dead skin and vellus hair is gently and quickly removed, revealing brighter, more even-toned skin.

Sensor Puts Skin Hydration into Formation

Based from North Carolina State University, researchers have developed a wireless sensor to monitor and detect dehydration in a person's skin prior to any health problems occurring.

Allergan Announces Launch of Juvéderm VOLITE

The injectable hyaluronic acid gel is designed to improve skin smoothness, hydration and elasticity for up to nine months with one injection.

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