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Peel Science

Chemical peels remain some of the most effective, efficient and financially feasible skin care treatments available, and understanding the science behind them allows skin care professionals to most effectively manage, market and take advantage of this powerful, lucrative tool. Skin, … Continue reading

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Pine Cone Extract and its Link to Sagging Skin

Nature has always played a role in the aesthetic industry from essential oils to plant-based stem cells. The skin care industry’s latest finding is no… Source: Pine Cone Extract and its Link to Sagging Skin

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Hyperpigmentation: Prevention, Maintenance, Reversal

As one of the most common skin conditions, hyperpigmentation affects millions of people and has a variety of causes and symptoms. While many hyperpigm… Source: Hyperpigmentation: Prevention, Maintenance, Reversal

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Laser and Light Devices Stay On Top for the Fourth Year

Laser, light and energy-based devices remain the top cosmetic procedure category for the fourth year in a row, new survey results show. Members of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) performed more than 2.7 million procedures using lasers, lights and energy-based devices in 2014, according to the ASDS Survey on Dermatologic Procedures. – See more at: http://www.skininc.com/spabusiness/medicalesthetics/Laser-and-Light-Devices-Stay-On-Top-for-the-Fourth-Year-307606011.html#sthash.NKpB0YKG.dpuf Continue reading

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Why Skin Care Products Work Sometimes, But Not Others

Everyone has experienced the unexplained difference in efficacy of skin care products from client to client. Why is it that a cosmeceutical works so well on one client for reducing wrinkles, redness and pore size, but does not work at … Continue reading

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Study Finds Fewer Moles Lead to Higher Risk in Melanoma

According to a new study from American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), people with fewer moles may be at higher risk for aggressive melanoma cancer than those with more moles. via Study Finds Fewer Moles Lead to Higher Risk in Melanoma.

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The Hyperpigmentation Hype

Hyperpig­mentation is the most common skin disorder seen at skin care facilities, and one that every client wants corrected. It effects both menand women and is a whole-body skin condition. Many skin care products claim that their lightening agent is … Continue reading

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