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Estheticians can have a high success rate treating acne
By Mary Freihofner
Acne is the No. 1 reason in the United States for visits to a dermatologist, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These patients may also complain of accompanying skin irritation. Often dermatologists and their patients become frustrated when the acne will not clear, and both may surrender to the acne in defeat. But there are other successful options. A trained esthetician will often perform extractions of pustules, black heads, closed comedones and sebum clogged pores.
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Old is new again: Spas feature classic treatments with added innovation
Throwback Thursday had a whole new meaning at the recent International SPA Association Media Event. A number of spas showcased their latest treatments, with an apparent common theme: old is new again, with an added twist, thanks to innovative technology.
The new trends in anti-aging and detox medicine
The search for the "fountain of youth" has fascinated people and medical researches for centuries. Today the anti-aging industry is projected to reach close to $300 billion in sales of various products and services promising to make users younger. As the amount of interest and sheer number of products grows, consumers are desperately in need of help navigating the treacherous waters of vast choices in anti-aging items presented to them. Unfortunately, to date, there officially are no FDA approved medications or products that can comprehensively reverse aging.
Coconut oil's surprising benefits
Contra Costa Times via Republican American
It can illuminate skin and hair. It can boost metabolism. It can even aid in killing bacteria — all while keeping you smelling like the tropics. Coconut oil, that goopy saturated fat, is having its moment in the superfood spotlight. Conventional thought used to consider coconut oil unhealthy; now that research is proving otherwise, people are increasingly interested in reaping its benefits.
"Being NCEA Certified first of all, enhances my confidence. I can rely on having a support system. Secondly, I use the NCEA Certified logo on all my promotional material, including my business sign and display ad on a local city bus. My clients have increased confidence in me, realizing that I continue my education and keep abreast with latest developments. They respect me as a professional. I believe in client education, and the same information that I gave to clients before becoming NCEA Certified — is now being accepted without reservation. Thirdly, being certified distinguishes me from my competition. I highly recommend becoming NCEA Certified."
— Ingeborg Anna Kolar, Albany, Oregon
5 essential tips for growing your business
Small Business Trends
To say that getting a business off the ground is hard work would be an understatement. Whether you're still drafting your first business plan or recently opened your store, starting and running a business can be an exhilarating — and terrifying — experience. Here are five tips that can help you grow your business.
Improve customer service: 5 essential troubleshooting, diagnostic tips
Business 2 Community
In customer service technical support, your staff's ability to troubleshoot and diagnose problems for clients is a key component of customer satisfaction. Accurate and faster troubleshooting leads to higher customer satisfaction scores, helps improve first call resolution and saves your staff and customers time.
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9 steps to get your 'social-selling' program off the ground
These days, small businesses are being bombarded by consultants, pundits and thought leaders telling them they need to get their businesses on social media.
With hardly a moment passing where we aren't told to follow something on Twitter or like a page on Facebook, the proliferation of social has reached epic proportion. With this hyper-awareness comes a certain sense of urgency for most entrepreneurs — primarily the desire not to miss the ball on social media.
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10 characteristics of a highly effective learning environment
Wherever we are, we'd all like to think our classrooms are "intellectually active" places. Progressive learning environments. Highly effective and conducive to student-centered learning. But what does that mean?
The reality is, there is no single answer because teaching and learning are awkward to consider as single events or individual "things."
Size matters: Smaller classes spark better learning
By Archita Datta Majumdar
The move to reduce class size and bring about higher-quality education is a not new one, but it has gained new momentum with a new study. Research by Australian educator David Zyngier shows that there can be significant difference in student performance with a smaller class size. Zyngier analyzed 112 peer-reviewed studies from 1979-2014 to prove how the size of the class can narrow the achievement gap. With smaller classes, teachers can be less occupied with maintaining discipline, and can instead focus on the individual growth of their students.
COA-APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION
COA-Approved Webinar Series |
presented by the Society of Dermatology Skin Care Specialists
The SDSS is a voluntary organization, which aims to develop and foster the highest standards of skin care in the dermatology setting. Each webinar is approximately one-hour and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation (COA) for 1.0 CE.
Cosmeceutical and Prescription Products
Combining Safely and Effectively
Presented by Michelle Goldsmith
About the webinar:
Prescription medications have long been the standard of care for many skin conditions. It is becoming evident that achieving and maintaining healthy skin requires a holistic treatment plan for each patient. Customized daily care regimens that address each patient's unique skin challenges can provide more dramatic outcomes than can be attained with prescriptions alone.
At the conclusion of this presentation the skin care specialist will be able to:
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- List the most commonly used prescription medications for cosmetic skin concerns.
- Discuss the mechanism of action of commonly used prescription medications.
- Explore optimal cosmeceutical regimens that work in tandem with medications.
- Elucidate the cosmeceutical ingredients beneficial to various skin concerns and those to avoid.
(Important! Once purchased, the webinar link will only be valid for 24 hours.)
SDSS member fee: $19.95 click here
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10 steps to protect your future
The first step to getting involved is to join the NCEA and post your Membership Certificate for your clients to see. Annual dues equate to one latte a month — that's only $3.75 to protect your future. Protecting your future as an esthetician is not just about making money. Know what your professional licensing, state regulatory boards and legislators are doing.
Colby Horton, Vice President of Publishing, 469.420.2601
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