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By David Suzuki
Learn how the body's electricity affects the skin.
By Leslie Benson
In the age of Botox and anti-aging cosmeceuticals, handheld dermatological devices for at-home use offer consumers alternatives to invasive surgeries and spa treatments. Learn more about this new category of competition for your spa.
Pro-Lite Technology LLP has released the UV-2000S from Labsphere, a dedicated sunscreen, in vitro UV transmittance analyzer.
By Rob and Carol S. Trow
Basing a treatment plan around the specific needs of your clients will result in success and loyalty.
A new report from specialist research company Diagonal Reports details the rise of laser cosmetic treatments in terms of skin and beauty care.
According to a report by the market research firm Focalyst, a large number of Baby Boomers and those older aim to help their appearance with anti-aging products despite saying they want to age naturally.
Use Skin Inc. magazine's Buyer's Guide to locate laser equipment providers, and find more information on learning more about laser legislation and regulation.
By Elizabeth Roche, MD, with sidebar by Louis Silb…
With the rise in laser treatments being offered in medical spas, it's important to know how to provide security for your clients and your business.
By David Suzuki
Recent advancements in the range of technological skin care offerings can give spas a leg up on the competition.
L'Oréal has entered an agreement to develop skin care devices.