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Apr
16
2008

Cosmeceuticals Inject Innovation Into Anti-aging

By Diana Dodson

The vibrant anti-aging market is being fueled by the development of high-tech formulations that are blurring the boundary between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Euromonitor International takes a look at the $14.9 billion global market and the latest developments in wrinkle-busting cosmeceuticals.

Apr
14
2008

Needs-based Anti-aging Treatment Plans

By Rob and Carol S. Trow

Basing a treatment plan around the specific needs of your clients will result in success and loyalty.

Apr
04
2008

Study Shows Aging Population Will Turn to Anti-aging Products

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.

Mar
27
2008

Spa Spiritual Renewal: A Holistic Facial

By: By Jea'nah Jens

Learn to combine several uncommon techniques to create a one-of-a-kind facial for your clients.

Mar
26
2008

International Trends: Loving Lemongrass

By Sarah Kajonborrirak

Sweetly scented and full of healing properties, this plant is a spa's dream.

Mar
21
2008

Creams May Have Longer-Term Moisturizing Benefits Than Serums

Researchers in Belgium have found creams may have more long-term moisturizing benefits, while serums can be more effective in the short term.

Mar
12
2008

New Methods Aid in Minimal Scars for Skin Cancer Patients

New techniques developed by dermatologists are helping them minimize the existence of scars left from skin cancer surgery.

Mar
03
2008

Treatment Styles, Spiced Up

By Noreen Young

Incorporate Asian-influenced treatments and styles to give your spa a lift.

Feb
29
2008

Eczema May Be Caused by Defect in Skin Barrier

New research show atopic dermatitis may be caused a defect in the skin's protective outer layer, causing irritation to be the result of microbes and allergens, and leading dermatologists to more sensitive treatments.

Feb
29
2008

Acne May Prevent People from Exercising or Playing Sports

Research released from the University of Bath indicates people who suffer from acne are less likely to participate in sports or exercise due to a heightened awareness about the skin condition, resulting in a greater need to treat the acne.