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The Healthy Age Rage: 10 Age-Fighting Ingredients That Need to be on Your Radar

Aging prevention and reversal has been a hot topic in the spa industry, so check out these 10 need to know ingredients that can help you help your clients achieve their anti-aging goals.

Maple Imparts Unbe-leaf-able Anti-aging Benefits

A novel source for anti-aging skin care has literally fallen at the feet of University of Rhode Island researchers—maple leaves.

Celery Juice Providing Skin and Body Benefits

Celery juice is the current hot trend that celebrities and wellness influencers are loving. So here's the question...is this low calorie, skin beneficial ingredient here to stay?

Jar Deconstructed: Cannabis

Cannabis is an ingredients that has undoubtedly jumped on the trending train and is not getting off. See what benefits cannabis can bring to your spa and your clients skin.

Linking Melanoma with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

A research team at Wilmot Cancer Institute discovered that patients who suffer from chronic lymphocytic leukemia are at a 600% higher risk of also having melanoma.

Mushroom Magic Making Its Way Into the Spa

The fantastic health benefits of mushrooms have largely been downplayed. See how mushrooms are slowly making their way into the health, beauty and wellness market.

Customizing Cosmeceuticals

Making these customized to the clients is a hot trend that does not seem to be dying down anytime soon. See how customized cosmeceuticals may be the future to your spa.

A Breakdown on Peels and Toxicology

Face and Body shared some amazing tips and tricks when it comes to the realm of toxicology and and peels for the spa industry during the advanced education classes on chemistry.

Why Consumers Love Snail Beauty Products

The global snail beauty products market is anything but sluggish, given snail mucus' popularity in K-beauty sheet masks, serums and other skin care.

Minerals: Healthy Skin’s Dirty Little Secret

Love the lure of a bubbling hot spring or therapeutic mud bath? That's because they are rich in minerals, but those aren't the only ways to incorporate minerals into your treatment room.

Could Bakuchiol Be Retinol's Match?

Anti-agers may have a new play in the wrinkle-reduction game. Bakuchiol was shown in a recent study to match the established benefits of retinol.

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