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Reflections: A Hair-raising Issue

Like me, many women and men out there find hair removal to be a daunting, time-consuming task. They want to avoid looking like yeti from the north, but they don’t want to smell their disulfide bonds being broken down or be in pain. Luckily the spa industry, and this issue of Skin Inc., has got our backs—and our eyebrows, armpits, legs, bikini lines, mustaches ... ahem ... etc.

Waxing the Right Way

Proper waxing removes hair with relatively little pain and provides a prolonged period before hair growth returns. Compared to laser hair removal and electrolysis, waxing is less expensive and can be used quickly and easily to remove large areas of unwanted hair.

Detox Baths on the Menu

Along with relaxation benefits, detox baths are reported to cleanse the body of toxins while lending support to various systems.

Five Benefits of Airbrush Makeup

Airbrush makeup has grown in recent years, providing a method to hygienically and flawlessly create a beautiful canvas. Many spas have added this service to their offerings, but some may still be on the fence

Nitric Oxide Proven Safe for Acne Treatment

Novan Therapeutics conducted a study to assess the exposure of pharmacokinetics and safety of SB204 gel in adults with acne vulgaris.

Uncovering the Layers of Skin Peels

New trends and acids have been combined with traditional peel methods and formulas to pave the way for estheticians to customize results for clients.

Laser Application of Gold Nanoshells for Acne

Nano shells enable selective photothermolysis to help prevent acne.

Melanoma Dramatically Increasing in Young Adults

Since 1973, melanoma has increased by more than 250% among children, adolescents and young adults.

How Does Botox Actually Change the Skin?

Two researchers sought to get a better handle on the effect of Botox on the skin for mild facial wrinkles.

8 Steps to Follow on "Don't Fry Day"—and Everyday

The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention shares eight steps to follow in order to reduce your risk of skin cancer.

Vitamin A is for Acne

Vitamin A can be used in its various forms—in the treatment room and at home—to support acne treatment and bring skin back to optimal health.

What's Driving Clients to Wax?

A recent study polled 1,429 adults about their attitudes and habits regarding waxing, including those who already wax, as well as those considering waxing.