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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
    DAMAGE CONTROL: Taking the Sting Out of Sun-Damage Means Taking Charge Now!

    In spite of everything we know about UV damage and the risk of skin cancer, every spring and summer brings waves of lobster-red vacationers to the drugstore and the spa in search of soothing relief. ...

  • Skin Conditions
    CODE RED: Coping Strategies for Sensitized Skin

    Restoring health and balance to sensitized skin must begin with a basic clarification of terms. If your client complains of tight, red, stinging, itchy, reactive, flushing, blushing or hot skin, she ...

  • Science & Ingredients
    Soothing Sensitive Skin

    Burning, stinging, prickling, itching. Sound like a bad gardening experience? Actually, various reports state that 50% of the world’s population suffers from these symptoms in a condition broad...

  • 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...

  • Science & Ingredients
    Exfoliation: When is just enough... enough?

    It may be human nature to overdo things. We often seem to act on the axiom, “If some is good, more is better”. Super-sizing is an especially bad idea when it comes to exfoliation service...

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  • Skin Conditions & Treatments
    What can you do for skin that stings when it comes...

    This may be related to heat. When working out, the increase of circulation may be causing a prickly heat sensation. It may help to cut back on exfoliation if you exfoliate regularly, and switch to pr...

  • 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...