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Nov
05
2010

Heat May Be the Key to Laser Skin Rejuvenation

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Laser treatments often are used to rejuvenate the skin, although the underlying processes have remained mostly unexplained. However, research from the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in the Netherlands suggests the laser's heat rather than its light is the mechanism behind skin rejuvenation.

Nov
02
2010

Innovation: 8 Ways Laser Hair Removal Is Redefining Its Niche

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By: Tracy L. Drumm

Developments in the market have created a new position for laser hair removal treatments.

Oct
27
2010

9 Tips to Attract Laser Hair Removal Clients

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By: Elise Oberliesen

Find out what tactics can help your laser hair removal business make more money.

Oct
27
2010

Anti-aging: It's a Choice

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By: David Suzuki

Estheticians can support clients who identify anti-aging as a life choice.

Sep
17
2010

PrettyCity.com Teams Up With Chicagoland Spas to Benefit Bright Pink

During the month of October, PrettyCity.com's Pretty in Pink campaign raises funds for Bright Pink.

Jun
24
2010

Cash-based Laser Aesthetic Services

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By: Louis Silberman

Learn about the aesthetic services—and results—you can provide patients with using lasers.

May
26
2010

The Layers of Skin Rejuvenation

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By: David Suzuki

Discover how layering various skin care technologies can result in a customized client experience.

May
26
2010

Combining Laser Treatments and Esthetics

By: Terri Wojak

Estheticians can offer a variety of benefits to laser patients through pre-and post-care regimens, and skin care guidance.

Mar
26
2010

Machines With Multiple Functions

By: Maria Comfort

Learn more about the functions available on multifunctional equipment and how this type of machine can benefit your spa.

Mar
02
2010

New Technology Uses Temperature to Detect Melanoma

Although in its infancy, this new technology detects a temperature change brought about by melanoma, resulting in quicker diagnosis and perhaps even an increased survival rate.