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10 Reflections: Because You’re Worth It!
Avoid de-valuing yourself and your services for an
improved career experience.
By Cathy Christensen
32 Face & Body® Northern California 2014:
A Fresh Perspective to a Legendary Show
Face & Body is looking fresh!
By Emily Mohn
34 Sunscreens: What You (and Your Clients)
Need to Know
As summer approaches, learn what to look for in the
ideal sunscreen for your clients.
By Charlene DeHaven, MD
46 What’s New in Natural Ingredients
Knowledge about the efficacy and abilities of a variety of
natural ingredients is expanding every day.
By Kris Campbell
54 Plant Stem Cells: An Emerging Technology
Plant stem cell technology is expected to propel the
global cosmeceutical market forward at a rate of 7.7%
By Szilvia Hickman
60 Combating Facial Volume Loss
There are many proven ingredients and product
categories that can be added to a client’s daily regimen
to help preserve, maintain and increase the facial volume
of the skin.
By Jennifer Linder, MD
66 Is Private Label Right for Your Spa?
Begin the process of deciding whether private label is
right for your skin care facility.
By Kristen Wegrzyn
80 A Good Influence With Mary Freihofner,
Affordable Skin Care Salon, Philadelphia
This skin care professional has continued her education
in anatomy, physiology, microbiology and nutrition to
better the lives of her clients.
By Kristen Wegrzyn
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