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Realization of Hydration

Why is the cosmetic industry so obsessed with hydration? Dive into the importance of hydration for the skin.

Topical vs. Oral CBD

We have one very important question...what are the true differences between oral and topical CBD?

Making Masks Modern

Masking has evolved a lot since it was first used in Ayurvedic practices. Make sure your customers are evolving with the skin care world by educating them on the importance of mask maintenance.

Reflections: Science Says

Skin Inc. has always been dedicated to science, which is why we are dedicating our efforts to better understanding CBD and its role in the industry now.

Uncovering the Dynamics of Skin's Microbiome at SCC Annual

To some, the skin microbiome is no more than the latest marketing fad; to others, it is perhaps the greatest discovery in recent years with potential beyond our understanding—which is why industry giants L'Oréal and Amway are digging deeper.

Elevating Facials With Maskology 101

Masks are everywhere, so how do you make your masks stand out from other spas?

Undoing Urban Dust

Urban dust is a big problem for skin care, but don't worry we've got ways you can protect your skin and your client's skin.

Jar Deconstructed: Witch Hazel

Witch hazel has been a useful ingredient dating all the way back to when Native Americans used it to reduce swelling and inflammation.

Tomato, Tomoto: Why Your Skin Needs Lycopene

Lycopene is the secret you never knew your skin needed. Ergo you're about to love tomatoes a whole lot more.

Niacin, Niacinamide to Propel Anti-aging Forward

Cosmeceuticals, in particular, are all about to get a healthy dose of demand for these anti-agers.

Kao Links Biophoton Emissions with UV Exposure, and Skin Dryness and Roughness

Weak photons emitted by the body increase after UV exposure. They appear to be an early detector for signs of photoaging, including skin dehydration and roughness, Kao Corp. reports.

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