Skincare

 

Cosmetic doctor turns to ‘holistic trinity’ in skincare

As increasing numbers of beauty salons add high-tech treatments to their menus, one Sydney cosmetic doctor is adding more traditional beauty and wellness treatments to his clinics’ menus.

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Australians clean up at The Skin Games

Two Australian DMK skin revision therapists, Carmen Anuriw from the Chelsea Skin Clinic in WA and Brehanna Sanders from Just Magic in Queensland, were big winners at The Skin Games in Los Angeles.

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Ultraceuticals begins rolling out ‘Ultra Consult’ clinics

Ultraceuticals has begun rolling out a new ‘gold standard’ in skin consultation with the certification of its first ‘Ultra Consult’ clinic.

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Americans embrace natural beauty

American women, particularly Millennials, are embracing their natural beauty, ‘flaws and all’, according to new research by Mintel.

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Government delays animal testing ban

Less than a year after its election promise to ban the sale of cosmetics tested on animals in Australia from this July, the Federal Government has delayed the introduction of the legislation for another 12 months.

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Why women are buying this men’s eye cream

Male beauty product innovation overtaking women’s.

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The marketing hype and the truth about food ingredients in skincare

Just because it’s edible doesn’t necessarily mean it’s suitable to apply on the skin.

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EVERYTHING you need to know about Vitamin A and retinol

Environ founder Dr Des Fernandes on how to treat clients safely with these wonder ingredients.

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‘Infrared protection’ is the next big skincare challenge

Cosmetic chemist Terri Vinson warns that ‘infrared protection’ is the next big skincare challenge.

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EXCLUSIVE! Dr Demartini: how “balanced thinking” solves skin issues

Professional Beauty talks to world-renowned performance and behaviour specialist, Dr John Demartini, about how balanced thinking, prioritising and saying no makes you more productive AND better looking.

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Can “harmonised” water really solve acne and eczema…?

We talk to medical physician Dr Ben Johnson at Osmosis Skincare about his often polarising views on skin, and how he is revolutionising skin with radio frequency water.

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Must read! UK-based celebrity facialist Linda Meredith gives her best tips

UK-based beauty guru, Linda Meredith, talks how the industry has changed, why we’re seeing a rise in chronic skin issues – and why clients don’t always tell the truth!

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Germaine de Capuccini announces 2016 Therapist of the Year

Rachael Ashley from Temple Skincare & Spa at the Hills Lodge in Castle Hill, Sydney has been announced as Germaine de Capuccini Therapist of the Year for 2015/16.

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Words of wisdom from endota spa’s Melanie Gleeson

Since starting her business in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula in 2000, Melanie Gleeson has grown endota spa into the largest day spa network in the country. We find out what she’s learnt along the way.

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Skin not responding the way you’d like? ‘Slow Beauty’ could be the answer…

Janine Tait, nutritionist and founder of Bestow Beauty, talks about slow beauty and how good internal skin nutrition will change the way you treat skin.

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Aussie doctor’s new cream lands in A-listers’ hands

Cosmetic physician Dr Anita Hegde has developed a moisturising cream that’s made its way into the hands of some of Hollywood’s biggest stars.

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Endota introduces cosmetics range

Endota Spa introduced its makeup range and announced model Pania Rose as its new face at a beautiful breakfast event.

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