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Tried and True: 5 Myths and Truths About Cleansing and Acne

Clients suffering from acne are often not cleansing properly, which could be due to the various advertisements promoting harsh cleansers and tools that could cause more harm than good.

Flu Facial Recovers Sick Skin

The flu can run rampart on a client's skin and body. The Flu Recovery Facial helps to restore the skin back its healthy glowing state after the flu has taken its toll.

Time to Shine: The Evolution of Nutricosmetics

While the numbers for nutricosmetics have seen modest growth, they continue to concentrate in specific regions. Considering a number of factors, described here, the time may finally be right for nutricosmetics to shine worldwide.

Rhonda Allison Unveils Professional Acne Treatments

Rhonda Allison has released their two signature facial treatments for 2018. These treatments are designed around the desire to repair, heal and restore the health to acne skin.

Banish the Bump: Ridding the Skin of Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis pilaris (KP) is a very common skin condition that estheticians could see almost daily. From treatments to causes, this article provides plenty of information on how to handle client's with KP.

Pasks: A Hybrid Peel/Mask Combo

This new hybrid on peels and masks are the new way to provide your clients with peels. Learn the peel basics and the hybrid how-to with this article.

Putting Concealers to Work

Know how to help your client's put their best face forward by picking the right concealer for their skin and cover-up needs.

Then and Now: Oily Skin Revisited

We have more knowledge about acne-prone skin and more effective treatments now. In this article, let’s look at changes since 1989.

You Are What You Eat: Hydrating Foods for Dry Skin

As the body's largest organ, the skin can benefit from the foods we eat, including combating against dryness.

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