Articles and Blogs

  • Truths and Myths About Cleansing and Acne

    Cleansing the skin is an essential part of a skin care regimen for all skin types and conditions; using the right product is equally important. Cli...
  • Realities of Rosacea

    Rosacea is a vascular disorder of the skin characterized by flushing, erythema, and telangiectasia. The visual side effects are typically prominent...
  • Cellular Communication

    A cell is the smallest unit of life that makes up all living things. Cells are the building blocks of the body that carry out specific functions. T...
  • Identifying Powerful Personalities

    Learning to communicate with others is the key to building and maintaining strong relationships, which reflects all aspects of life. Working with c...
  • External Effects on Aging Skin

    Aging is both inevitable and continuous, making it one of the leading concerns for clients. Today people are more concerned with healthy aging and ...
  • Terri' Skincare Routine

    What's My Routine? I love discussing regimens; therefore, I was happy when asked to write about one of my favorite skin care routines. I typically ...
  • Suds and Surfactants

    Cleansing is a basic step of any skin care routine, but not all cleansers are created equal. It is important to understand the types of cleansing agents available for suitable recommendations. It is well- known that if we don’t cleanse away the impurities that accumulate on the skin it could lead to congestion, acne lesions, and a dull appearance. During the day we are exposed to external factors including pollution, touching our face with dirty hands, sunscreens, makeup, etc. Cleansing twice a day will help keep the skin in a healthy state and allow the full benefit of topical products. There are many challenges to getting effective topical ingredients into the skin. In addition to the skin’s effective barrier, oils, dirt, and makeup can all impede product absorption. Surfactants, which stands for surface active agents, are used in cleansers to reduce this build-up.

  • Managing Melanin

    Hyperpigmentation, a discoloration of the skin that shows up as dark spots or patches, is a concern for many people. It can be caused and triggered...
  • Microcurrent and ATP

    Microcurrent is a modality in which a low-level electrical current is used to mimic the effects of the current flow of the body. It was first used ...
  • Chemical Peel Benefits

    Exfoliating the skin to improve its appearance dates back to ancient Egyptians and is still popular today.Several methods using everything from min...
  • Vitamin 'A'mazing

    The Importance of Vitamin A Vitamin A is an essential nutrient needed by the body for vision, growth, reproduction, immunity, and skin health. It b...
  • Acne Alternatives

    Acne effects virtually everyone at some point in their lives, making it the most common medical skin condition according to the Academy of Dermatol...