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A new report from consulting and research firm Kline & company reveals that the market for power-operated devices designed for skin care is close to $1 billion for 2011.
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By: Zoe Draelos, MD, and Peter T. Pugliese, MD
Take an in-depth look at these common-yet-effective skin care treatments.
By: Craig Wenborg
Find out how oxygen facials work with a variety of skin care service staples to enhance client results.
A basic understanding of the physics of lasers and how laser light interacts with skin is essential information for any esthetician who plans to move ahead in this industry. Estheticians need to understand the basics of laser science and to appreciate the wide range of its applications to skin care.
Find out how electricity is being used through both equipment and topical skin care to provide solutions for aging skin.
By: Terri Wojak
The skin care specialist plays a vital role when working with a physician during these services.
By: Cathy Christensen
One of the hottest beauty trends may initially look to be a threat to your spa; however, it could become a profitable addition.
By: Vera Savany
Layering ultrasound, LED light therapy, microcurrent and electroporation can provide real results and help ensure repeat business.
Access this list of spa equipment suppliers.