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Apr
29
2009

30 Skin Care Misconceptions

By: Carol and Rob Trow

Find out the truth about what you think you know about skin care.

Apr
23
2009

Berry Elements Found to Be Good for the Skin

You probably already knew that berries are nutritious. But new research shows that a compound found in berries, nuts and other fruits might help prevent wrinkles and repair skin damage caused by the sun.

Apr
17
2009

Drug-resistant Bacteria Shifting the Treatment of Acne

As the bacteria that causes acne develops more of a resistance to drugs used to treat it, skin care professionals and dermatologists are increasingly needing to look elsewhere for ways to solve this skin issue.

Mar
26
2009

The Art and Science of Facial Massage

woman receiving facial massage
By: Lydia Sarfati

Knowledge of the muscular, nervous and lymphatic systems will result in a better massage technique.

Mar
06
2009

See Eye to Eye With Clients

Cosmetics are among the leading foreign objects to enter the eyes. Use the tips to help clients avoid injury.

Mar
06
2009

Stress Less for Glowing Skin

Find out how stress affects the skin, as well as how to combat it.

Feb
20
2009

Treatment How-to: Acne Skin Treatment

This treatment provided by industry leader Lydia Sarfati helps address acneic skin.

Feb
20
2009

Anti-Aging Products Top Skin Care Sellers in 2008

Anti-aging is often the name of the game when it comes to the spa, and anti-aging treatments and retail hinge on quality products. According to this new study by Mintel, anti-aging skin care products are beginning to become the most purchased skin care items.

Jan
30
2009

Understanding Acne

By: Lydia Sarfati

By understanding the science behind the different types of acne, you can help your clients resolve their pimple problems.

Jan
16
2009

Specialty Skin Care Innovations

By: Leslie Benson

Anti-aging may receive the most press coverage in the skin care market, but the specialty segment—including products that target scars, acne, stretch marks and cellulite—has fostered noteworthy and game-changing innovations.