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Apr
01
2013

Spas Get Creative with Top Massages

Hot stone massage

ISPA 2012 U.S. Spa Industry Study results regarding massage treatments and services.

Mar
19
2013

Seven Tips for an Safe and Error-free Indoor Tan

Seven tips for self-tanning.

From pale, winter-white to summer, sun-kissed skin in minutes.

Mar
04
2013

Gel Manicures Can Be Tough on Nails

gel manicure for skin care professionals

Dermatologists recommend using gel nail polish in moderation to reduce nail problems.

Feb
28
2013

Helping Hands With Medical Esthetic Techniques

professional skin care for hands
By: Elaine Linker

Educate clients about options for hand care, and provide the services and techniques that will transform their skin.

Feb
28
2013

Part II Health-challenged Skin--Celiac Disease and SLE

celiac disease and professional skin care clients
By: Morag Currin

There are many details to take into consideration when working with clients suffering from these diseases.

Jan
31
2013

Part I: Health-challenged Skin—Diabetes

professional skin care and diabetes
By: Morag Currin

Diabetic clients who have had this disease for many years have a tendency to develop complicated skin problems.

Jan
31
2013

Are Your Clients in the Dark About Brightening?

Are Your Clients in the Dark About Brightening?
By: Jennifer Linder, MD

Develop a deeper understanding of the action mechanisms of effective brightening ingredients, products and treatments.

Jan
31
2013

Combating Harmful Lifestyle Effects on the Skin

lifestyle and skin wellness
By: Terri Wojak

Are you educating clients about environmental factors that detrimentally impact healthy skin?

Jan
02
2013

Sole Searching

professional skin care for the feet
By: Vicki Malo

Knowing the condition of the skin on the feet and recognizing skin disorders is imperative to ensure your client is receiving the right skin care products.

Oct
31
2012

A Deeper Look at Extrinsic Aging

professional skin care client getting a healthy amount of sleep
By: Jennifer Linder, MD

The large majority of cutaneous aging is caused by external influences, many of which can be avoided.