Understanding the Psyche of the Male Client By: Richard Linder
Posted: August 29, 2012, from the September 2012 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
According to The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, men underwent more than 800,000 cosmetic procedures in 2011. That is a 121%... [Read More]
Confessions of a Circumcised Man
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved sunsets and impressionist oil paintings. The subtle interplay of color and light has always struck me as beautiful, even sublime. I couldn’t imagine anything being more lovely.
So much so,... [Read More]
How Bacteria Communicate A most amazing lecture on how bacteria communicate. You'll be absolutely amazed!
Bonnie Bassler discovered that bacteria "talk" to each other, using a chemical language that lets them coordinate defense and mount attacks. The... [Read More]
The Sequence of an Acne Lesion
A keratinized plug blocks sebum from wicking out along the hair shaft.
Stagnant sebum is broken down by bacterial enzymes into a short-chained fatty acid.
Irritation in the form of a papule is formed.
Increased blood flow... [Read More]
Platelets Help Tackle Bacteria
The cell fragments play a role in the body’s first line of defense against bacterial infection, helping white blood cells grab blood-borne bacteria in the liver.
Platelets may contribute to protection... [Read More]
Rosemary Mint Shaving Cream: Homemade Gift Ideas
How to make homemade shaving cream with coconut oil and shea butter that smells of a delicious rosemary-mint pairing. Great for personalized Christmas gifts or just to pamper yourself.
Around the same time that I started washing my... [Read More]
Coconut Oil in Review – Ilana Katz MS, RD, CSSD
Published on May 24, 2013
I have been asked my opinion on coconut oils more than anything else in the recent past. I guess the population has gone cuckoo about coconuts. The only fact that stayed clear to me about coconut oil from school... [Read More]
The Science of Stretch The Science of Stretch
The study of connective tissue is shedding light on pain and providing new explanations for alternative medicine.
By Helene M. Langevin | May 1, 2013
It joins your thigh to your calf; your hand to your arm; your... [Read More]
Brain, Interrupted Technology has given us many gifts, among them dozens of new ways to grab our attention. It’s hard to talk to a friend without your phone buzzing at least once. Odds are high you will check your Twitter feed or Facebook wall while reading this... [Read More]
Esteticians, EducateYour Clients Your clients are not skin care professionals, she or he don't necessarily know what to tell you when you ask them generic questions about their skin. You being the trained professional should help them understand what information you need in... [Read More]
What Learning Cursive Does for Your Brain
Cursive Writing Makes Kids Smarter
Published on March 14, 2013 by William R. Klemm, D.V.M, Ph.D. in Memory Medic
Ever try to read your physician’s prescriptions? Children increasingly print their writing because they don’t know... [Read More]
My Fat Arms I would like to tell you about my fat arms, but it's tricky. I'm afraid the tale will have you yawning with boredom, shifting in your chair wondering if there isn't something else you're supposed to be doing. You'll get up to pour yourself a cup of... [Read More]
Are Your Clients in the Dark About Brightening? With millions of people seeking treatment for skin discolorations annually, it is no surprise that the professional skin care industry is overflowing with products that boast skin-lightening and -brightening benefits.
Hyperpigmentation is the... [Read More]
IRS Resources for the Beauty Industry
Whether you are a manufacturer, distributor, salon owner or work in a salon, it is crucial to be aware of the Internal Revenue Service and what it means to you as a professional in the beauty industry.
Brochure published by the IRS with... [Read More]
The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
by Greg McKeown | 10:00 AM August 8, 2012
Why don't successful people and organizations automatically become very successful? One important explanation is due to what I call "the clarity paradox," which... [Read More]
How to Leave the Perfect Voicemail I’m not a big fan of voicemail. I don’t mind leaving voicemail messages; I just hate having to listen to them. For some strange reason when people know their voice is being recorded, their brain short circuits. What normally would... [Read More]
The #1 Career Mistake Capable People Make Greg McKeown December 06, 2012
I recently reviewed a resume from a talented individual. She had terrific experience. And yet, there was a problem: she had done so many good things in so many different fields it was hard to know what was... [Read More]
Makeup - Essential Male Grooming By Alex LaMarsh
Since many of my clients are athletes and male talent, I get a lot of questions about the essentials of a male grooming kit and the steps needed to achieve flawless looks for men. I find that many artists either use too much... [Read More]
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Occupational Employment Statistics
The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program collects data on wage and salary workers in nonfarm establishments in order to produce employment and wage estimates for about 800 occupations. Data from self-employed persons are not collected and are not included in the estimates.
The OES program surveys approximately 200,000 establishments per panel (every six months), taking three years to fully collect the sample of 1.2 million establishments. To reduce respondent burden, the collection is on a three-year survey cycle that ensures that establishments are surveyed at most once every three years.
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