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Finding the gems in the global market for professional skin care products
Kline
In 2013, the global professional skin care market performed at its best, posting moderate growth to reach almost $6 billion. Findings from Professional Skin Care Global Series: Market Analysis and Opportunities reveal that among the reasons behind this growth are solid gains in four emerging markets representing gems of opportunities for beauty marketers: Indonesia, Thailand, Poland and Russia.
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WHAT'S THE LATEST?


Summer skin care: Could be the season of the itch
Los Angeles Times
As appealing as the long afternoons, soaring temperatures and time outside can be, they also signal a harsh environment that can assault the skin. This elastic, tough covering keeps our internal organs moist while keeping out microbes, insects and UV radiation. It protects us from abrasions and chemicals. It also plays a major role in thermoregulation, keeping our bodies cool through sweating.
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Skin care for men: 5 keys to minimizing the effects of age
MensXP
Aging is inevitable, and it's going to come with its shares of pitfalls; however, what's true is that how well you look at 40 and beyond will largely depend on how well you've looked after your skin throughout the ages. That's as far as the bad news is concerned. The good news is that there's plenty you can do to improve your own aging exterior. You just need to know how to go about it. So don't give up on your face, guys. Not just yet!
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What your hands can reveal about your health
Grandparents.com via The Huffington Post
You don't have to go to a palm reader to learn about your future. Pay attention to the state of your mitts — your nails, skin, and fingers can indicate all kinds of conditions and issues all by themselves.
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The real answers behind esthetics in a medical setting
Skin Inc.
Working in a medical setting is the goal for many skin care professionals today. Practicing esthetics with a physician is a great career option and definitely has its advantages, including continued learning; clinically proven treatments and products; the ability to help all clients through direct referral; and opportunities for client interaction. Although having a career in the medical field may seem glamorous, there are several details estheticians may not be taking into consideration.
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"I am proud to be the first NCEA Certified Esthetician in the Nashville area. I would like to encourage other "Esty's" to be part of this elite organization. It is most important to our industry. Thanks NCEA!"

— Robin Koshar, Franklin, Tennessee



BUSINESS BRIEFS


The future of business: Big or small, but not midsized
By Adrian Davis
Businesses are currently faced with unprecedented change. Every change — especially those related to technology and business model — brings more and faster change. Change changes the nature of change. Each change creates new opportunities, and each change shuts the door on previous growth opportunities. In such a fast-changing world, the firms that will have the most difficulty staying afloat will be midsized businesses.
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10 tax tips for new business owners
Fox Business
If you are a new business owner, you need all the help you can get to cut it in this highly competitive economy. Keeping your money for working capital rather than paying it out in taxes to Uncle Sam will give you an edge. The following are 10 tips to help you do just that.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
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MARKETING 101


Marketing the anti-aging message in the US for men
CosmeticsDesign.com
Getting a clear distinction between products for each gender and making sure to market grooming products specifically for men is of the utmost importance in the U.S.
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5 tips to market and grow your business via social media
Business Review Australia
Whether you are founding a startup, have a fledgling or established small business, or run a company that's at the top of the corporate world, your business can always benefit in some way from using social media.
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SPA CLINICALS
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Fungi on the skin: Dermatophytes and Malassezia
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press via PubMed
Several human skin diseases and disorders are associated with two groups of fungi, the dermatophytes and Malassezia. Although these skin-related problems are not generally life threatening, they are among the most common diseases and disorders of mankind.

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5 things you never should say to a client
Entrepreneur
The world of business can be tricky to navigate. Sure, you have a great product, but now you must procure and retain clients. And that can be like navigating a minefield. Each customer brings a different personality and expectations to manage.

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Gluten-free beauty on the rise
Skin Inc.
A blog post titled "Gluten-free beauty is on the rise" from Mintel's Lucy Cornford showcases how more and more beauty products are positioning themselves as gluten-free.

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TEACHING TIPS


The education revolution is here right now — Don't miss it
Forbes
In this interview with Rick Beyer, a managing partner of Miles Howland Education Partners, an investment firm focusing on the higher education sector, we are talking about innovation challenges and opportunities that are common to both private enterprise and institutions of higher education.
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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.


Organics in the Physicians Office
Presented by Patricia Scherven, LE, BA, NCEA Certified

About the webinar:
The trend of using organics and in-organics in the physician's office will be explored. Consumers are aware and will ask the skin care specialist the benefits and concerns of using these ingredients and products. The direction in which these compounds — natural, unrefined oils and flower essences, along with beliefs and health issues — will be discussed. 1.0 CE through Feb. 7, 2017.

At the conclusion of this presentation the skin care specialist will be able to:
  1. Describe the difference between organic versus in-organic.
  2. Evaluate the ingredient's safety factors.
  3. Explore the future of organic ingredients in your practice.
  4. Recognize the marketing challenges.
Order this webinar:
(Important! Once purchased, the webinar link will only be valid for 24 hours.)
  SDSS member fee: $19.95 click here
  Nonmember fee: $24.95 click here
For other SDSS approved courses, click here

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POLITICAL ADVOCACY


Apprenticeship position
NCEA
Did you know ... It is NCEA's position that apprenticeship shall not be a substitute for theoretical and practical education of the esthetic student in a state-approved licensed school.
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