24 Results for "razor burn"

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  • Master Therapist
    Skin Series: Sensitive Skin and Inflammation

    Recommended Prerequisite: How the Skin Works. Up to 50% of your clients complain of itching, stinging, burning skin. But what are the biological mechanisms underlying skin sensitivity? How should ...

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  • Skin Conditions
    When Razor Meets Skin: A Scientific Approach to Shaving

    A survey conducted by The International Dermal Institute indicates that 79 percent of male respondents say they have one or more skin problem(s) that they notice daily, and yet the selection of their...

  • Methods & Modalities
    Save the Shave!

    As skin care professionals, we know that shaving impacts skin health. Ingrown hairs, irritation and redness are just some of the visible signs of trauma your skin undergoes when you take a razor to i...

  • Skin Conditions
    Understanding Male Skin

    All men are created equal. While this may ring true in the political realm of society, it is far from true when it comes to the physiology and care of men’s skin. Men, just like women, deal wit...

  • Skin Conditions
    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...

  • Methods & Modalities
    Roadmap to Results: Customizing Exfoliation Treatments for Each Client

    Exfoliation is one of the most requested?and debated?steps of professional skin care treatments. Should I or shouldn?t I? What should I use? Can I steam with this exfoliant? But the most frequently a...

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  • Yucca Schidigera Extract

    Derived from the cactus plant known as Yucca. Used to treat burns and mild abrasions. An anti-inflammatory agent that reduces redness and soothes skin.

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  • Science & Ingredients
    I hear that wine is both good and bad for skin. Wh...

    Wine is said to be beneficial to health is because it contains polyphenols that prevent free radicals from causing cellular damage or oxidation. Wine also has resveratrol and quercetin, which help bo...