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By: Michele Steinert
Fill clients' need for naturals by offering products and treatments that incorporate honey, beeswax or propolis.
Hyperpigmentation is commonly treated with topical treatments with varying degrees of success. Now, new topical ingredients—including some that are plant-based—are offering more treatment alternatives showing promise for this tricky skin condition.
Don’t conceal the signs of fatigued, aging eyes—eliminate them. This exfoliation method works to refine the entire eye area with a multilevel approach.
Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States. Although it's common, accurate information about acne can be scarce.
Dermatologist sets the record straight on what really does sabotage the skin and dispels the most common myths being passed on.
The National Rosacea Society will conduct public education activities to reach the millions of rosacea sufferers who may not realize they have a medical condition that can be treated.
Essential fatty acids found in shea butter, olive phytosqualane, and grape seed and hazelnut oils help the sustained hydrating benefits by helping limit TEWL. These ingredients are also featured throughout the YON-KA Paris HYDRA N◦1 Collection.
Dermatologists recommend that products found on drugstore shelves boast effective ingredients that can help control acne.
By: Deedee Crossett
Add-on services are an efficient and profitable way to improve client results.
By: Robert Manzo
Understand how skin develops hyperpigmentation and become familiar with the general types in order to manage the condition with the proper modalities.