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  • How Smoking Prematurely Ages the Skin

    We all know the damaging effects of smoking – lung cancer, heart disease, reduced circulation, and the list goes on – but how exactly does it impact the skin? And is it our role as skin care professionals to talk to clients about it? Your clients, sm

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  • Treatments for Rehydrating Dry Skin

    Dry skin is an uncomfortable condition as well as a culprit in aging skin. When the skin is depleted of hydration, it loses elasticity, plumpness and luster, and will often become more susceptible to lines and wrinkles. Treatments targeting dry skin,

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  • 25 Marketing Tips for Spas and Salons: Pt 2

    As I wrote about last week, most industries experience cyclical ups and downs, and this could not be more true for the spa and salon business. In last week’s blog post I gave you the first 12 of 25 marketing ideas. This week I will wrap it up with th

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  • Why and How Does the Skin Age?

    Why and How Does the Skin Age? Yes, aging is just part of the cycle of life – there’s no escaping it. But when we go one level deeper, we can better examine the two factors that impact the aging of skin and work to slow, and in some cases reverse the

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  • 25 Marketing Tips for Spas and Salons: Pt 1

    Spa and salon business can fluctuate drastically season-to-season. We typically experience our peaks around the holidays and spring, but the summer months often change the pattern of business. This is one reason it is so important to get creative and

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  • Stress and DNA Damage: What Your Clients Need to Know

    We all experience stress, and we all process it in a different way. Nevertheless, when it’s ongoing it may have serious implications on our longevity – internal and external. With the holiday season rapidly approaching stress levels tend to peak, mak

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  • Ingredient Spotlight: L-Sodium Hyaluronate

    Hyaluronic acid is one of the most important components in our cellular make up. It is found in the skin, cartilage and vitreous humor (the clear, protective gel in our eye). For our purposes, skin health, it is absolutely essential. L-Sodium Hyaluro

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  • Does Travel Wreak Havoc on the Skin?

    I just returned from the Face & Body Expo in San Jose this week, and every time I travel I’m reminded of how much it impacts the skin. Not only does the climate change – going from humid to dry or hot to cool, flying also significantly dehydrates

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