Monthly Archives: January 2015

Basic Facial Exfoliation Process

Milady’s Basic Facials DVD covers the steps necessary to perform the most basic service a skin professional can perform. This video from, Basic Facials, explains the exfoliation process. Advertisements

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Nine Habits to Avoid at Work in 2015 | American Spa

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10 Steps to Success in a Skin Care Career

We have had the pleasure of having them visit our school and the students were very interested in the information that was provided to them. Video by Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP)

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Role of Stress in Inflammatory Skin Conditions | SkinInc.com

Anyone who’s had a pimple form right before an important event may wonder if stress caused the break out. While commonly linked anecdotally, proving the relationship between stress and inflammatory skin conditions, such as acne, psoriasis and rosacea, is another matter. board-certified dermatologist Richard D. Granstein, MD, FAAD discusses the latest research on the impact stress has on inflammatory skin conditions and his thoughts on how this research could change treatment options. Continue reading

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Older Consumers Not Buying Into Anti-aging Skin Care | SkinInc.com

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Why You Need Emotional Intelligence To Succeed | Dr. Travis Bradberry | LinkedIn

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Researchers Trying to Determine Potential Link Between Uranium & Skin Cancer | SkinInc.com

In a recent article published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology, the NAU team shared results from a study that explored photoactivation of uranium as a means to increase its toxicity and ability to damage DNA.

“Our hypothesis is that if uranium is photoactivated by UV radiation it could be more harmful to skin than either exposure alone,” Stearns said.

Through the study, the team found that once uranium was present in the skin, exposure to UV radiation or sunlight could be chemically toxic and lead to cancerous lesions. The team members recommend that future risk assessments regarding cancer caused by uranium exposure include the possibility of photoactivation in skin.
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