Tag Archives: #beautyschool

How Do Moles Become Melanoma?

Moles—some people have a few while others have many, but what makes a mole become a melanoma? Source: How Do Moles Become Melanoma? Advertisements

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Lymphology: The Elixir of Life

the interaction of intricate, complete body systems establishes optimum health and wellness. One of the most intriguing and dynamic relationships that the human body possesses, is that of the immune system and lymphatics. Lymph has long been researched and upheld … Continue reading

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The ABCs of Glycation, Skin Redness and Acne at Face & Body Midwest

Every esthetician needs to know a little something about skin science to be successful. And the standing-room-only crowd in the science session during Face Body Midwest validated this fact. Glycation, redness and acne were just a few areas that engaged … Continue reading

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Reflections: You’re Blushing

We’ve got a lot of organs: the lungs, heart, skin, brain, pancreas, etc. But of all these organs, the skin is the most honest. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not calling my friend pancreas a liar, but he’s less forthcoming … Continue reading

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Understanding Male Skin Care Needs: The Challenge of an Evolving Market

Not all skin is the same and this is one of the primary challenges to formulating a successful global cosmetic product. Perhaps the biggest difference is between the skin of men and women. Male skin care products cannot be formulated … Continue reading

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The Rainbow of Skin Sensitivity

This article will first delve into pigment production, skin classifications and ethnicity characteristics before exploring sensitivity issues related to specific ethnicities. Source: The Rainbow of Skin Sensitivity

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Inside-Out/Outside-In Skin Hydration

Inside-Out/Outside-In Skin Hydration November 6, 2016 Contact Author Ginger Hodulik, MS, CNS, DermaMedClose Hydration is an essential part of skin care. Dehydration compromises skin’s immune functioning and causes it to look older and more wrinkled. Skin tissue is constantly being … Continue reading

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