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  • Skin Conditions
    Identifying Inflammation

    A woman enters your retail space and asks if you have products for sensitive skin. The question is a reasonable one—her skin feels prickly, itchy, tight, dry in patches and may even bristle wit...

  • Methods & Modalities
    Sensitive Skin: Calm, Cool and Under Control

    Sensitive skin, a condition that is typically genetic and internal, can be painful and difficult to treat. Most sensitive skin clients have fair complexions and are prone to redness. It's common know...

  • Skin Conditions
    Sensitive Versus Sensitized: The Genetic Difference

    Millions of people perceive their skin as sensitive. Although these numbers vary across the world, the American Academy of Dermatology reports that 50% of the United States population experience some...

  • Skin Conditions
    Beyond the Surface of Sensitized Skin

    Sensitized skin reacts in an instant. Can you react just as fast when faced with this condition in the treatment room? IDI has the research and the ingredients to help you manage this condition for s...

  • Skin Conditions
    All About Aging

    This article examines the topic of the future of aging from three points of view: branding and world marketing, ingredient formulation, and treatment and education. The opening of the third eye is al...

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  • Skin Conditions & Treatments
    Why do dermatologists prescribe acne medication fo...

    Good question! Acne and rosacea are different skin conditions that have one important thing in common: inflammation. Doxycycline is an oral drug prescribed by dermatologists that has anti-inflammato...

  • Skin Conditions & Treatments
    What would be a great treatment for a client who h...

    It's important to treat this client with products meant for sensitive skin, especially since she/he has rosacea. Treating the skin with more aggressive, acne-fighting ingredients will likely cause th...

  • Skin Conditions & Treatments
    Is it necessary to use steam during a skin treatme...

    Steam is not always necessary. In fact, steam can be drying and irritating to some clients. When you analyze the skin, check for signs of dryness or sensitivity. Steam can actually be a contraindicat...

  • 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...

  • Science & Ingredients
    How exactly does alcohol consumption affect skin?

    Alcohol consumption has many adverse effects on skin. The main issues are that it dehydrates skin and dilates blood vessels. The blood vessels stay this way until it leads to skin flushing, edema, an...