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[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.

Research Finds This Factor to Boost Facial Skin Moisture

Lotions and potions are not the secret to lasting skin hydration—according to Skin Research and Technology findings, a very fine water mist can improve skin moisture and barrier function.

Jar Deconstructed: Plum

Plums are often forgotten about, but these tiny fruits pack a punch for skin care and health benefits. Used in medicine and skin care, see how you can start incorporating plums into your treatment room.

What You Need to Know About...Vitamin D

Vitamin D can make a huge impact on a good treatment outcome, and it can be a problem for many clients. See three easy ways to get more vitamin D and how to use it in the treatment room.

5 Major Skin Care Benefits of Roses

Roses are unbelievably beneficial to the skin, plus the scent alone can help calm and ease stress and anxiety. See what five benefits roses can provide when incorporated into a skin care routine.

THEN & NOW: Are Stretch Marks Scars?

Stretch marks are nobody's best friends, but a lot has changed in terms of treating them as science has advanced. See what four major changes have come to treating stretch marks in the spa industry.

6 Cautionary Ingredients for Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is no joke, and there are some ingredients in personal care products that may irritate reactive skin. Some of those ingredients are listed here. It is important when choosing products for sensitive skin clients that these ingredients are kept in mind.

Hair Follicle Discovery Unleashes Possibility for New Acne Treatments

Researchers at Biomedical Research Centre discovered how a mutation in hair follicle formation could be causing severe acne. With this research, the team is hoping to uncover new forms of acne treatments.

San Diego Researchers Find Causes of Skin Aging and Immunity

A research group at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine identified what causes skin aging and how this can impact skin immunity.

Long Live The Lash Serum

Eyelashes are catching all of the attention lately and for good reason with their ability to protect the eyes while adding some glam to a look. While extensions are a hot treatment right now, lash serums are another trend that should not get swept under the rug.

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