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Skin is a highly complex and specialized organ of immunity and defense that functions as a continuous, impassable physical and chemical barrier to keep out water, sunlight, impurities and potentially infectious pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, and toxins.
4/15/2016 | Nicole Urbanowicz
Expert dermatologist Zoe Diana Draelos recommends checking the ingredients before you DIY because you might get burned with break outs.
The Standard, East Village hotel in New York is serving up skin detox treatments in drip form and more this April at its spa pop-up.
4/4/2016 | Kim Manley
The demand for essential oils has reached new dimensions, which brings sustainability to the forefront of this once cottage industry.
4/3/2016 | By Erin Madigan-Fleck, N.M.D., LMC, LEI
According to the number of botanical clinical trials conducted and available, the best evidence exists in the treatment of inflammatory skin conditions and diseases, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.
3/30/2016 | Rhonda Allison
Beyond the visual signs of aging, the body is subject to a host of other skin issues from keratosis pilaris to eczema and acne scarring. These issues are something numerous clients struggle with, which may sometimes significantly impact their self-esteem.
With more people living in urban areas, increased technology use and the rising levels of pollutants, sensitizing and aging effects of modern lifestyles are becoming unavoidable.
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Chances are, your clients have heard about free radicals from magazines, blogs or even on social media. But do they really know about the damage these common skin-agers can cause? Establish your skin care authority and educate your clients with these simple explanations. Because clients should get their skin care wisdom from you, not a random blog.
A new study found 342 people with chronic low-back pain felt better with two methods: mindfulness based stress reduction and cognitive behavioral therapy.
3/22/2016 | Katie Anderson
This issue of Skin Inc. is getting serious about a better understanding of sun protection and improved sun safety measures.
3/21/2016 | Terri A. Wojak
Gear clients up for spring break trips or summer by encouraging them to use adequate sun protection. You know who your bronze goddesses are; bust their bad summer habits to help deliver beautiful skin all year long.