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By: Jimm Harrison
An essential oil aromatherapy bar helps a skin care facility respond to the growing interests of clients.
Recent information warns that the excessive inflammation common with psoriasis is also a characteristic in other serious diseases. Be sure to let your clients with psoriasis know to monitor themselves closely for signs of the diseases mentioned in this news item.
Amy Forman Taub, MD, dermatologist and founder of Advanced Dermatology, shares tips on how developing your own no-tanning pledge can reap client and community benefits while encouraging clients to avoid tanning for healthier lives.
Ethnic skin care specialist Juliette Samuel explains the most important issues when working with darker skin types, and provides tips and tricks for working with ethnic skin.
By: Patricia Ringos Beach and Katie Morgan-Lousky
A Toledo, Ohio, day spa treats clients with cancer, and dehydration is a major skin care concern for this clientele.
The study notes that nine out of 10 men today use some type of grooming product, but it also notes that many men don't use skin care products unless they have a specific skin issue, and that they tend to still stick to basic products and applications.
Learn more about the skin care conditions related with pregnancy and how they can be treated, exclusively from Richard F. Eisen, MD, and Ramzi W. Saad, MD, of South Shore Skin Center and Spa.
Recent research indicates that massage holds the potential to help clients with inflammation-related chronic conditions, such as arthritis or muscular dystrophy.
By: Terri A. Wojak
The ability to perform manual lymphatic drainage makes you an asset to a spa or medical practice.
By: Barbara Salomone
This taboo habit is destructive for your clients' overall health, and it also disrupts their skin care goals.