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Oct
02
2014

Menopause and Your Clients’ Changing Skin

Menopause and Your Clients’ Changing Skin
By: Cherie Dobbs

By advising clients to make certain preparations now, you can minimize the affect menopause has on theirs kin when it strikes.

Oct
01
2014

The Truth About Treating Multicultural Skin

The Truth About Treating Multicultural Skin
By: JoElle Lee

Skin care professionals must prepare for clients with increasingly high Fitzpatrick skin types.

Sep
30
2014

Chicago Spa Offers "Pink Glove Specials" For Breast Cancer Survivors

Chicago Spa Offers "Pink Glove Specials" For Breast Cancer Survivors

The spa provides restoration techniques, such as eyelash extensions and eyebrow reconstructions, that are ideal for women who have lost hair as a side effect of chemotherapy treatments.

Sep
03
2014

Viewpoint: Are Hyperpigmentation Treatments Doing More Harm Than Good?

Viewpoint: Are Hyperpigmentation Treatments Doing More Harm Than Good?
By: Ben Johnson, MD

For decades, people have lamented the spots that develop on the face as they age. What if those spots were actually beneficial to the health of your skin?

Sep
02
2014

Treating Acne in Skin of Color

Treating Acne in Skin of Color
By: Jennifer Linder, MD

The majority of the United States population's Fitzpatrick skin type is rising, so understanding acne in higher skin types is now even more vital for skin care professionals.

Sep
02
2014

Modern Exfoliation

Modern Exfoliation
By: Gül Ç. Zone

To select the most suitable treatment systems for a client, you must first appreciate the basics of natural skin growth and desquamation.

Jul
31
2014

What Does “Antiglycation” Mean?

What Does “Antiglycation” Mean?
By: Rhonda Allison

Working with clients concerned about glycation begins with proper diagnosis, understanding the root cause, and knowing which treatments and ingredients to turn to.

Jul
14
2014

Tips to Make Melasma Less Noticeable

Tips to Make Melasma Less Noticeable

More likely to affect women and people with darker skin tones, melasma affects more than six million women in the United States.