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New in Facial Treatments (page 19 of 34)
By: Daphne Kasriel-Alexander
The constant evolution of skin of color in the United States can present new challenges for spa professionals.
By: Jane Wurwand
The first step in healing the world is healing clients—one skin at a time.
Aiding scientific researchers by providing raw data numbers focused on acne, www.AcneResearch.org has debuted.
The dermatology experts at NIMA Skin Institute explain several commonly misunderstood skin conditions.
During the height of wedding season, Repechage founder, Lydia Sarfati (and mother of recently wed Shiri Sarfati), shares tips for your bridal clients to help them make the last two weeks before the wedding go as smoothly as possible.
Image consulting company Avidere LLC offers five tips to help improve your clients' visual resume--their image.
High levels of oxygen may slow the development of wrinkles by reducing skin damage caused by ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation from the sun, at least in mice, Japanese researchers report.
Provital Group sourced Poria cocos, a fungus used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, to create a multi-targeted active for mature skin.
Beauty products with organic claims sold in in Whole Foods' U.S. stores must be third-party certified to the United States Department of Agriculture National Organic Program standard by June 1, 2011.
The Dental Board in North Carolina has been working illegally to prevent spas from offer teeth-whitening services, and the Federal Trade Commission has stepped in to ensure that it stops.