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Does Tea Tree Oil Really Help with Acne? Here’s How We Tested It

Renee Rouleau

As an esthetician with 35 years of experience with acne, I understand the challenge of finding the right products and ingredients to clear and prevent the appearance of breakouts. After all, from cysts to pustules and papules, breakouts are simply not equal. However, there is one ingredient that is my go-to because it truly works. I’ve seen clients experience incredible results, but I was curious to dive into the science behind the ingredient so I recently tested it in the lab– and I couldn’t be

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5 Ways to Craft A Better Client Experience

Salon Today

As competition for a client's business heats up, one of the best ways to retain their loyalty is by offering an enhanced experience. Salon Cadence's Ronit Enos shows you five quick ways to craft a better experience.

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Protect Your Skin from Stress Effects and Enhance Skin Health

CAMEO College - Esthetics

Stress is a common component of daily life that affects individuals in various ways. Notably, stress can have detrimental effects. The post Protect Your Skin from Stress Effects and Enhance Skin Health first appeared on Cameo College of Essential Beauty.

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How-To: Display and Celebrate Pride at Your Salon

Beauty Launchpad

Jamie DiGrazia, Sam Villa Ambassador, Redken Artist, Owner of Logan Parlor Salon and Founder of HAIR HAS NO GENDER, shares ways for stylists to celebrate Pride Month at their salon.

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Cutera Survey: Acne Takes a Dramatic Toll on Self Esteem

The Dermatology Digest

Fully 90% of people with acne experience daily insecurities related to their skin, according to new survey of 500 people with acne from Cutera. The survey results, released in June for Acne Awareness Month, shed light on the emotional and physical aspects of acne in day-to-day life. It showed that 43% of people with acne worry they will never have clear skin, and 6 in 10 say the struggles in treating acne can be worse than the acne itself.

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Why 87% of Americans Ignore SPF & What Estheticians Can Do to Help

Skin Inc

While we know that sunscreen should be an essential product used year round, it's especially critical during the months where UV exposer will be at its peak.

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Boulevard Launches Text Marketing to Help Marketing to Help Self-Care Businesses Boost Bookings and Enhance the Client Experience

Salon Today

New capabilities enable salons, spas, medspas and barbershops to reach clients instantly and directly with targeted SMS campaigns.

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Fostering Mentorship and Support in Early-Stage Physician Assistants

Dermatology Times

Aubrie Jones, PA-C, MMS, and Laura Bush, DMSc, PA-C, DFAAPA, discuss the role of the SDPA in supporting the growth and journeys of PAs at all stages.

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The Truth About Accredited Schools: What Does It Mean For Pro Beauty Licensing?

New Age Spa Institute

As a trusted source of professional licensing for everything skincare beauty and wellness related, The New Age Spa Institute receives a lot of questions regarding accreditation. However, the question of “Are you an accredited school?” may not mean what you think it means. When you understand what accreditation actually means, you may find that it’s not a deciding factor in your choice of esthetician school, massage school, or nail tech school.

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Analyzing the Impact of AD on Women’s Sexual Health

Dermatology Times

A recent study found that AD not only affects mental health and QoL, but women’s sexual health and gestational desires as well.

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How Streptococcus and Diet Impact Acne: Foods to Eat and Avoid

Enlightened Beauty

Hello, beauties! Morgan here, the founder of Enlightened Beauty and a holistic esthetician with over a decade of experience and pure-hearted dedication to helping you achieve radiant skin from the inside out. Today, I want to share some eye-opening insights about a hidden culprit that might be affecting your skin and truly isn’t talked about enough in the skincare community: streptococcus.

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Made You Blush Lacquer from Dazzle Dry

Spa Industry Association

Dazzle Dry is the original, nontoxic, high-performance nail care system founded through more than 50 years of scientific research by bio-organic chemist Dr. Vivian Valenty. Designed as a system. Formulated for results. This is the blueprint for better nails. Our award-winning four-step nail care system is formulated with our signature Nail Prep, Base Coat, Lacquer and Top Coat.

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Alice Gottlieb, MD, PhD: Preventing Pain and Disability in Psoriatic Disease

Dermatology Times

Gottlieb reviews her lecture from the Society for Investigative Dermatology Annual Meeting.

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Here's Why You Should Adopt a No-Tipping Policy at Your Salon

Beauty Launchpad

With the rise in tip fatigue from consumers, Jamie Schrabeck, Ph.D., explains why you should adopt a no-tipping policy at your salon.

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Providing Patients With Multidisciplinary, Preventative Care in the Management of Albinism

Dermatology Times

Today, June 13, is the 10th annual International Albinism Awareness Day.

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Meet Stefania Glamour: Beauty Launchpad 30 Over 30 Winner for 2024

Beauty Launchpad

Get to know Stefania Glamour (@stefaniaglamour). She is an award-winning stylist, makeup and lash artist at Jonathan Cole Salon in Miami, FL and an educator and platform artist with SUTRA Beauty.

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Top 5 Strategies to Switch From Practice to Pharma

Dermatology Times

Terry Arnold, PA-C, shares a wide range of opportunities to take clinical experience to a different setting and tips to transition.

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Out-of-control tanning tips are trendy on social media

US Dermatologt Partners

Despite a better awareness for skin cancer and ways to prevent it, some people are taking to social media to share their extreme sun habits. From anti-sunscreen stances to out-of-control tanning tips, we asked a dermatologist to weigh in on some of the outrageous takes we’re seeing on TikTok and beyond. First up: skipping sunscreen altogether.

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Top 5 Pearls and Expert Insights From the 2024 SDPA Summer Conference

Dermatology Times

Review our coverage and expert interviews from the recent Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants' annual summer meeting.

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University of Michigan Program Offers Dermatology Residents the Chance to Work Internationally

The Dermatology Digest

The University of Michigan’s dermatology department offers residents a one-month rotation at an international location in India and China. The Global Dermatology international rotation aims to broaden residents’ clinical training experience. Daniel Nadelman, MD, a University of Michigan dermatology resident, just completed his one-month rotation at AII India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, India.

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First Patients Dosed with VYN202 for Inflammatory Diseases

Dermatology Times

VYNE Therapeutics Inc. shared that top-line data from the trial is expected in the second half of 2024.

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And the 2023 Winner Is … Botulinum Toxin Injections Top ISAPS’ List of the Most Popular Non-surgical Cosmetic Procedures in the World

The Dermatology Digest

Total surgical and non-surgical procedures across the globe rose by 3.4% in 2023, reaching 34.9 million, according to new statistics from the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS). Specifically, surgical procedures increased by 5.5%, and non-surgical procedures rose by 1.7%. Over the last four years, surgical and non-surgical procedures increased by 40%, ISAPS reports.

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Treatment Transitions: Exploring Clinical Responses to Ruxolitinib Monotherapy for Atopic Dermatitis Management

Dermatology Times

An expert in the management of dermatological conditions shares insights on managing atopic dermatitis patients, discussing the real-world effectiveness and physician satisfaction with ruxolitinib cream as a treatment option, as well as its adoption among healthcare providers.

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Meet SciBase’s New Chairman of the Board

The Dermatology Digest

Jesper Høiland is SciBase’s new Chairman of the Board. SciBase develops and commercializes Nevisense, a point-of-care platform that combines artificial intelligence and advanced Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) to detect melanoma. Mr. Høiland has more than 25 years of experience in global pharmaceutical companies such as Ascendis Pharma (CCO), Radius Health (CEO) and Novo Nordisk (President and EVP for the US).

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An Insider’s Guide to Restylane® Fillers in NYC

Art of Dermatology

Restylane fillers are a popular choice for individuals looking to enhance facial freshness with minimal downtime. At Art of Dermatology at the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of New York, in Manhattan, Dr. Jessica Krant specializes in providing personalized Restylane® filler treatments tailored to each patient’s unique needs. In this guide, we’ll explore everything you need to know about Restylane fillers, from how they work to the different variations available and who can benefit fro

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How Does Semaglutide Work?

Fairlawn Aesthetic MD

Prescription weight loss treatments continue to evolve, and one innovative solution that has gained attention is the use of Semaglutide, a weekly subcutaneous injection. At Fairlawn Aesthetic MD, our Semaglutide for weight loss program in Ohio offers an affordable and effective alternative to traditional weight loss methods. Let’s dive deeper into the science behind Semaglutide and understand how it works to support weight loss.

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FDA Approves Tralokinumab Autoinjector for Adults With Moderate to Severe Atopic Dermatitis

Dermatology Times

LEO Pharma's Adbry, a single-dose autoinjector, is expected to become available to patients in the coming months.