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Super Natural Skin Care

Natural skin care is not a fad it is becoming a norm in the spa and skin care industry. See what natural ingredients can be major powerhouses for skin care.

[VIDEO] Then and Now: CBD in the Spa

Skin Inc. brought CBD experts from around the country together at Face & Body Southeast for its Anniversary Power Panel: CBD In the Spa.

Researchers Discover Melanoma can Hijack the Immune System

A group of researchers from Queen Mary University of London discovered in a study that a specific protein produced by melanoma cancer cells can cause melanoma to spread instead of heal.

Don't Sleep on Melatonin's Anti-Aging Benefits

Melatonin has long been known for helping to regulate the body's sleep cycles, but recently, it has been discovered that the topical application of this product could have much bigger benefits for the skin.

Jar Deconstructed: Red Clover

Red clover has been used to help a wide range of problems from hair loss to cold sores to psoriasis, so its benefits in the spa rank very high and very useful.

Creating a Treatment Plan for Multicultural Clients

From chemical peels to microdermabrasion, it can be difficult to decide what the best treatment for multicultural clients' skin concerns could be. However, Michai Ashley makes it a little easier with her tips.

Scientists Connect Atopic Dermatitis and Food Allergies

Researchers have discovered a link between atopic dermatitis and food allergies through a study they published in Science Translational Medicine in February 2019.

Skin Care Could Translate to Brain, Heart and Blood Sugar Health

We hear it all the time: the skin is the largest organ, and we focus on ways to address signs of aging or ailments. But according to a new study, skin health (or lack thereof) could have much larger implications.

Tpl2's Major Role in the Genetics of Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is no joke, and that is why so many people are working to try and better understand it. Katie DeCicco-Skinner is one such person who is looking into the genetics of squamous cell carcinoma.

[VIDEO] Then and Now: Physiology and Ingredient Evolution

We had the opportunity to grab Michael to talk about the changes in the industry over the past 30 years, why his grandfather Peter Pugliese, M.D., started the company, his advice for new estheticians in the industry and what he has up his sleeve for the future of the brand.

Research Reveals Skin Cells Initiate Immune Response

Researchers from Silab, in collaboration with the University of California, San Francisco, have uncovered a new finding about the biological immune response: skin cells can initiate it locally.

Sunscreen: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Sunscreen has changed a lot even just recently. However, the importance of using sunscreen to protect the skin against UV rays has not changed.

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