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Vagaro Survey Highlights Increasing Neurodiversity Presence in Beauty Industry

MedEsthetics

Of survey respondents, 50% identified as neurodivergent professionals in the beauty industry, offering services specifically tailored to meet the needs of clients who are neurodivergent or on the autism spectrum.

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Cucumber Mint Vitality Drink

Alison Bladh

This refreshment is a perfect pick-me-up, combining hydration with a burst of natural flavours to support well-being during menopause. Serves 2 Ingredients: 1 large cucumber 2 stalks of celery Juice of 1 lemon A handful of fresh mint leaves 500 ml of water or coconut water (for extra electrolytes) Ice cubes (optional) Instructions: Prepare the Ingredients: Wash the cucumber and celery thoroughly.

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Waxing vs. Shaving: What Is the Best Method for Hair Removal?

Starpil Wax

Waxing vs. shaving: which is the way to go for your hair removal needs? This is a common question running through the minds of many people looking for the best way to remove hair from various parts of their bodies. These two methods are undoubtedly the most popular for removing unwanted hair, but is waxing better than shaving or vice versa? In this article, we go over the benefits of waxing vs. shaving and discuss why someone might need to choose one over the other.

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A product development timeline 101 with Lorna Radford

The Eco Well Podcasts

This podcast featured a 101 about the timeline of product development; from brief to formulation to testing to scale up. To help us cover the topic, this episode featured Lorna Radford from ENKOS. Hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did! Interested in supporting the podcast? Please subscribe and write a review. Sharing is also super helpful!

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Five Issues Keeping Salon Owners Up at Night and How to Deal with Them

Salon Today

What worries are keeping you up at night in 2024? Boulevard's Shanalie Wijesinghe lists the top five and gives you advice for tackling them.

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Protect Your Skin this Summertime with an SPF Sunscreen at Cameo College

CAMEO College - Esthetics

As the summer season approaches, it’s essential to pay attention to your skin’s protection from the harmful effects of the. The post Protect Your Skin this Summertime with an SPF Sunscreen at Cameo College first appeared on Cameo College of Essential Beauty.

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Is Skinceuticals Retinol 0.5 Refining Night Cream Worth The Splurge?

Beautiful With Brains - Antiaging

Have you been using retinol for a while and are now ready to up your dose? After years of dabbling with entry-level dose, I was ready to uplevel to Skinceuticals 0.5 Retinol Refining Cream. 0.5% is a good concentration for intermediate users. And one that’s hard to find. Most products out there either give you […] The post Is Skinceuticals Retinol 0.5 Refining Night Cream Worth The Splurge?

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Melanoma Monday 2024: Advances in the Early Detection and Treatment of Melanoma Are Changing the Game

The Dermatology Digest

It’s Melanoma Monday, and TDD Editorial Advisory Board Member Vishal Patel, MD, an Associate Professor of Dermatology at the GW School of Medicine & Health Sciences and the Director of the Cutaneous Oncology Program at the GW Cancer Center in Washington, DC, highlights recent advances in diagnosing and treating melanoma, including the approval of the DermaSensor device for detection in the primary care setting and new evidence that neoadjuvant immunotherapy before surgery improves outc

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The Weekly Roundup: May 6-10

Dermatology Times

In case you missed it, this week we had news about skin cancer resources to share with patients, positive phase 3 results of imsidolimab for GPP, improvement in anxiety and depression after 2 years of treatment with dupilumab for AD, and more.

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Beauty Launchpad Announces 30 Over 30 Winners for 2024

Beauty Launchpad

Congratulations to this year's winners of Beauty Launchpad's 30 Over 30 contest, sponsored by Denman Brush, spotlighting 30 stylists over 30 years of age.

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Not Just Panda Food: Why Bamboo Is The Next Big Thing In Korean Skincare

Beautiful With Brains - Ingredients

Curious about bamboo skincare? Me too. When you say bamboo, I think of cute pandas lazily munching on their leaves up in the Chinese mountains. So cute! But bamboo isn’t just food for pandas. If you’re into Korean skincare, you’ve probably noticed bamboo has found its way into your skincare stash, too. Bamboo water has […] The post Not Just Panda Food: Why Bamboo Is The Next Big Thing In Korean Skincare appeared first on Beautiful With Brains.

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Mayo Clinic Study: Black Women With Melanoma Fare Worse Than Black Men

The Dermatology Digest

Black female patients with melanoma fare better than Black male melanoma patients, new research shows. The findings, which appear in the May 2024 issue of the Journal of Surgical Oncology , may help inform strategies on how to improve outcomes among non-Hispanic Black people with melanoma. Exactly why Black men with melanoma fare worse than their female counterparts isn’t fully understood, but researchers do have their theories. “S everal immune signals suggest that women may respond

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Prebiotic Skin Care’s Effectiveness in AD for SOC Patients

Dermatology Times

A prebiotic cleanser and moisturizer regimen not only significantly alleviated the severity of atopic dermatitis and xerosis, but also uncovered crucial differences in symptom experiences.

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Atlanta, GA – May 29-30 – Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Fillers Training Course

AAFE - American Academy of Facial Esthetics

Register today for Atlanta, GA - May 29-30 - Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Fillers Training Course

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4 Inspiring Humanitarian Achievements in Aesthetics

MedEsthetics

88% of readers are interested in learning about humanitarian efforts and achievements in medical aesthetics! Here are four inspiring humanitarian achievements in aesthetics.

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Drug-delivering Microneedle Patch May Spur Hair Regrowth in AA

The Dermatology Digest

A microneedle patch that delivers immune-regulating molecules may teach T cells not to attack hair follicles, helping regrow hair in alopecia areata, according to research in mice from MIT, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School. The team developed a microneedle patch that can be painlessly applied to the scalp and releases drugs that help to rebalance the immune response at the site, halting the autoimmune attack.

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Derm In The News: April 28-May 4

Dermatology Times

Keep up with the latest headlines in dermatology from the past week, including the invention of a groundbreaking method for detecting skin cancer using Terahertz waves, a survey indicative of young people's perceptions of sun exposure, and more.

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What Does Sun Damaged Skin Look Like?

Eminence Organics

What Does Sun Damaged Skin Look Like? Years of spending time outdoors in the sun will take a toll on our skin. The hours and days we’ve logged exposed to the elements can be seen in dark spots, wrinkles, sagging skin and discoloration. Unfortunately for sun lovers, sun damage can age our skin prematurely and increase our risk of developing skin cancer.

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Audit-Ready Locks: ERC Audit Survival Guide for Salon Owners & Stylists

Salon Today

With Employee Retention Credit (ERC) audits set to rise, are you ready if the IRS comes knocking? Legal professionals Claudia Vasquez and Tina Azarvand help you prepare what you need.

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On the Horizon: Can an Eczema Vaccine Treat Bacteria-related Flares?

The Dermatology Digest

A tailored vaccine may hold the key to treating Staphylococcus aureus -driven flares of eczema in children, according to research out of Trinity College Dublin. “This work has identified an overall pattern of immune suppression associated with infected flares of eczema , which results in the suppression of specific T cells that are vital to help initiate an effective immune response.

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Patients With Vitiligo Have Decreased Risk of Subsequent Pulmonary Embolism, Peripheral Vascular Disease

Dermatology Times

In addition, authors of a research letter noted that patients with vitiligo demonstrated a comparable risk of myocardial infarction and cerebrovascular accident.

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VIRTUAL MASTER CLASS: Unveiling the Inflammation Connection: Understanding Hyper-Sensitive Skin

Lydia Sarfati

Do you struggle with redness, bumps, and visible blood vessels on your face? You might be dealing with a hyper-sensitive skin condition. This presentation will explore the link between inflammation and redness, helping you gain a deeper understanding of this condition. In this session, you’ll learn about: – What triggers redness flare-ups and how inflammation plays a role – Current strategies for managing sensitive skin inflammation with the Red Out Hydra 4 facial – Revie

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Vagaro Survey Highlights Increasing Neurodiversity Presence in Beauty Industry

Beauty Launchpad

Of survey respondents, 50% identified as neurodivergent professionals in the beauty industry, offering services specifically tailored to meet the needs of clients who are neurodivergent or on the autism spectrum.

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Vagaro Survey Highlights Increasing Neurodiversity Presence in Beauty Industry

Skin Inc

Of survey respondents, 50% identified as neurodivergent professionals in the beauty industry, offering services specifically tailored to meet the needs of clients who are neurodivergent or on the autism spectrum.

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Enhancing Atopic Dermatitis Treatment: Insights From Cutting-Edge Studies and Clinical Perspectives Part 1

Dermatology Times

A 5-expert panel delves into atopic dermatitis guidelines and recommendations and recent studies to make note of.

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Estelle Skin Care & Spa Institute: Partnering for a Brighter Future with the Hippocratic Cancer Research Foundation

Estelle Skin Care

At Estelle Skin Care & Spa Institute, we’re passionate about not only enhancing your natural beauty but also supporting causes that make a real difference in people’s lives. That’s why we’re proud to be a long-standing partner of the Hippocratic … Continue reading → The post Estelle Skin Care & Spa Institute: Partnering for a Brighter Future with the Hippocratic Cancer Research Foundation first appeared on Estelle Skin Care & Spa Institute.

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Your Journey to Healthier Hair

Beauty Launchpad

SUTRA revolutionizes heat styling by introducing Healthy Heat technology, seamlessly blending Far Infrared and Ions to provide safe heat delivery that enhances hair condition, for beautifully styled hair without sacrificing its health.

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Smoked Salmon Roll-Ups

Alison Bladh

Smoked Salmon Roll-Ups Start your day off with a burst of flavour and a punch of protein with my Smoked Salmon Roll-Ups! Whether you're looking for a quick breakfast to grab-and-go or a refined brunch option, these roll-ups are sure to impress. Available in a variety of fillings—from cream cheese to crisp cucumber sticks—there's a version for everyone.

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Insights Into Clear Health’s Low-Dose Microdose Accutane Protocol For Mild Acne

Dermatology Times

Aaron Farberg, MD, discusses the low-dose, affordable Accutane treatment and Clear Health’s mission to improve patient access to affordable acne therapies.

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The Evolution of Aesthetic Nurse Training: From Basics to Advanced Techniques

AAAMS

Aesthetic nurse training has its roots in the evolution of nursing roles and the growing demand for specialized aesthetic treatments. Initially, nurses were trained in basic patient care. However, with advancements in medical technology and people’s interest in cosmetic procedures, nurses started seeking additional aesthetic training. This led to the development of specialized aesthetic nurse training programs that teach nurses how to administer injectables, perform laser treatments, and provide

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