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Are You Storing Your Makeup Properly?

Experts conduct a study that found one-third of its cosmetic samples were contaminated with bacteria.

Emerging Treatments Give Hope for Treating Advanced Melanoma

Within the last five years, targeted therapy and immunotherapy have emerged as viable treatment options for patients with advanced melanoma.

The Yoga of Skin Care: An Embodied Approach to Radiance

Learn to possess all the permission in the world to expand beyond the technical achievements of a licensed esthetician and embody the role of a yogi.

Understanding the Psychology of Skin Care Clients With Cancer

An esthetician should be knowledgeable not only about the physical effects of cancer and cancer treatments, but also that individual's psychological coping skills.

Instagram Filters: Latest Trend Driving Plastic Surgery

According to plastic surgery clinic Beverly Hills Physicians (BHP), men and women are inquiring about plastic surgery after Instagram filters reveal the best versions of themselves.

Hydroquinone-free Products Excel as Hyperpigmentation Climbs

According to Kline’s report, sales for products addressing hyperpigmentation account for nearly one-quarter of total take-home product sales and grow faster than any other concern, including acne and aging, among others.

Spring Color Preview 2015: Muted Moxie

This season's palette is soft and fresh, and skin care professionals can jump for joy this season—the runways fully embraced a clean, natural complexion.

Maintaining and Regaining Youth for the Aging Client

Helping clients to maintain a youthful appearance in a world that continually promotes imagery of young, happy and healthy individuals can greatly improve their self-confidence.

Creating a Man Cave in Your Spa

Men are realizing there is nothing girly about taking care of themselves—by leveraging professional knowledge, estheticians can create an influx of men to their spas.

3 Tips for Upselling Waxing Services

Waxing is the most profitable service you can offer as a skin care professional. It is a high-profit treatment with low overhead that can comprise at least half of your total service revenue.

The Future of Anti-Aging Technology

Anti-aging technology is a relatively recent term, yet it means different things to different professionals.

25 Facts About Adult Acne

Here’s what skin care professionals need to know about adult acne, and how estheticians help clear and prevent these bothersome blemishes.