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Posted: June 9, 2008, from the January 2007 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
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Lydia Leung, president, Tinny Beauty International
“At my Inclusive Health Center, we not only incorporate technology in various forms, we take it a step further and use technoceuticals, which defines the use of the very best of cosmeceuticals, nutraceuticals and technology for the ultimate care of the client.”
Howard Murad, MD, CEO and founder, Murad, Inc.
“Consumers are becoming more discriminating and demanding in esthetic product and procedure expectations. Statistically, consumers still are seeking dramatic esthetic improvements with results-oriented products but achieved with less invasive procedures that typically involve a great deal of pain, as well as downtime with a recovery period. Additionally, there is an overwhelming consumer wave of interest in more natural means of caring for one’s health and esthetics. These concerns are driving consumers to take new interest in technologically advanced topical skin care preparations that are results-oriented and deliver on product claims. By offering products that satisfy this consumer need, spas are building trust and loyalty, which translates to repeat business.”
Bryan Johns, president and CEO, iS Clinical