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[podcast] Sleep, Skin and the Microbiome

Is there a possible gut-brain-beauty connection? Stefanie Dhanda, of Johnson & Johnson, seems to think so. In this podcast, she enlightens us with findings from a collaboration with Holobiome Corp.

Peach is for Pies and Anti-aging

Peach may plump up a hearty, southern pie but new research suggests it has a new place—on your face. Or, at least, its floral extract does. A recent paper from Seoul National University explains.

The Beauty of Natural Color

Oscar Wilde said "Mere color can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways." The spa industry is no exception to this, so knowing about natural colorants can be highly beneficial.

Myths and Trends in Probiotics

Probiotics are on high-trend alert right now, and these different myths, truths and trends for probiotics will show what topical probiotics have to offer the skin.

Jar Deconstructed: Moringa

Moringa's multi-purpose qualities make it fantastic for the skin, body and spa. From wound healing to soothing skin conditions, this magical ingredient can be used in a multitude of ways.

Trending: Pearl Powder

Pearl powder has been in use for centuries, as its properties benefit skin within products and dietary supplements. The ingredient can benefit hyperpigmentation and is responsible for not only beautifying skin, but also helping maintain a healthy body.

Not So Secret Agents: Skin Benefit Agents on the Rise

According to a report from market research firm Fact.MR, the skin benefit agents market will increase 5.3% during the 2017–2026 forecast period.

Study Sheds LIGHT on Eczema Cause

Research published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine has identified a potential method to block atopic dermatitis by targeting the LIGHT protein.

The Highs and Lows of Hormones

Hormones can fluctuate in clients of any gender and age. Knowing and understanding hormonal fluctuations can keep you on top of treating your clients to the best of your ability.

Diet and Skin Care: Romantic Foods for the Skin

Valentine's Day is a time for indulgence. However, the skin doesn't have to suffer from indulging. See what Dr. Mirela Mitan has to say about what foods to indulge in and what to avoid.

The Acne Depression Connection

A study in The British Journal of Dermatology investigated just that, finding an increased risk of developing major depression for people who suffer from acne.

Jar Deconstructed: Volcanic Beauty

Skin care is heating up through the use of balneotherapy treatments. Spas and spa products are embracing this trend with the use of volcanic ash, pumice, lava extracts and thermal springs.

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