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    Skin Exfoliation 101

    With so much attention focused on addressing the needs of both maturing and prematurely-aging skin, and the continual interest in using ingredient complexes such as hydroxy acids, retinol and other m...

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    The Future's Looking Bright

    At The International Dermal Institute, we hold that a substantial part of the aging process is attributed to skin discoloration. To achieve brighter skin, one must undergo treatments and use products...

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    What is Acne?

    Acne is a condition that most people have experienced at some point in their lives. Whether seen as a teenager, adult or both, those who’ve been unfortunate enough to cross its path know what a...

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    10 Things About...Teenage Acne

    Skin care professionals often have the opportunity to ease the physical discomfort and the emotional trauma of dealing with teenage acne. By incorporating teenage services in the spa, you can also to...

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    Spot Check: Uncovering Hyperpigmentation to Treat Clients Safely and with Success

    The anti-aging market has long been considered a booming business, and the last few years have seen a notable shift in how we view aging. The hot topic is the distribution of melanin, or pigmentation...

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    I heard baking soda can be used as an exfoliant. I...

    The goal of exfoliation is to remove build up and stimulate the natural desquamation process. Baking soda is a known neutralizer and may have been used as a form of exfoliation in the past, but with ...