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New in Equipment-based Treatments (page 6 of 11)
By: Carol and Rob Trow
Research is vital when investing in any technological spa equipment.
By: Giora Fishman
Light-based treatments may be the key to providing affordable options for clients during the down economy.
P&G beauty and grooming scientists have identified the "skin tipping point" of skin aging and suggested topical ingredients that may slow down this tipping point.
By: Jennifer Brodeur
How LED can affect your clients' skin.
By: Barry Summers, MD, PhD
A service that combines IPL with dietary supplements helps clients with acne and rosacea.
Laser therapy can safely and effectively treat mild to severe cases of acne, according to a small preliminary study of 18 people.
The Commonwealth Scientific Research Organization (CSIRO) has developed a software that will help hair care developers to track both hair loss and growth.
Read the word-for-word thoughts about important esthetic tools from the industry leaders interviewed in the article.
By: Cathy Christensen
Using both classic and modern esthetic analysis tools allows estheticians to determine the proper treatment and clients to see success.
Along with new equipment, the AAD refines its ABCD method of checking for skin care by adding an "E" for "evolving."