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Common Ingredients Used in Medspa Products

Common Ingredients Used in Skincare Products

Cosmetics are essential for keeping skin healthy because they hydrate and cleanse the skin. The FDA requires product labels to provide a complete ingredient list that separates active from inactive ingredients. This practice of labeling skincare products helps consumers understand their ingredients. Alpha-hydroxy Acids (AHAs)  Over time, these acids—which include citric, glycolic, lactic, and tartaric … Read more

What’s New In Microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent beautification technique typically used to enhance the perceived thickness of eyebrows. During the procedure, providers create superficial cuts near the skin’s surface and fill them with pigment, creating the illusion of fuller hair. The Treatment For practitioners, microblading is incredibly affordable—all it takes is a $5 disposable device. Furthermore, a practice … Read more

AI and the Beauty Industry

AI, or artificial intelligence. So, what is this, and how will it affect us?  Of course, the thing that comes to mind is the Terminator series with cyborgs that act and think like human beings.  We are a few decades away from this, but many think it is coming our way.  For now, AI involves … Read more

How Can Email Marketing Help Grow Business?

Email marketing is a powerful tool that Medspas can utilize to increase engagement with their clients and grow their business. With the help of targeted and personalized email campaigns, medspas can build relationships with their clients and promote their services. This article will discuss the benefits of email marketing for medspas in the beauty industry … Read more

Types of Radio Frequency for Skincare

As the skin care industry continues to evolve, more and more advanced technologies are introduced to help people achieve youthful, glowing skin. One such method is radiofrequency treatment, which uses electromagnetic waves to heat the skin and stimulate collagen production. Radiofrequency treatments have become popular in recent years. As a business owner in the skin … Read more

The Do’s & Don’ts of Permanent Cosmetics: For Technicians

Permanent makeup (PMU) refers to cosmetic tattoos that enable you to recreate your client’s favorite makeup look in a semi-permanent manner. Thanks to the exploding interest in permanent brows – microblading – in recent years, cosmetic tattoos are now mainstream for lips, eyes, and even faux freckles.  For this reason, we’ve created a list of … Read more

The PDO Thread Lift Explained

The PDO (polydioxanone) Thread Lift is a minimally invasive non-surgical aesthetic procedure that instantly lifts and tightens loose skin with minimal downtime.  Threads, which have small cones/graspers on them, are passed under the skin via a large needle.  Once inserted, the barbed threads anchor to the skin, and the practitioner contours the face. The excess threads are … Read more

Critical Things to Know Before Signing a Lease for Your Spa

The vast majority of retail leases in America are Triple Net (NNN), including those for spas and salons.  This means the landlord is absolved of most risk.  Even the costs of structural maintenance and repairs are paid by the tenant – in addition to rent, property taxes, and insurance premiums.   From a business standpoint, … Read more

The Cold Hard Truth About Fat Freezing

Cryolipolysis or Cyro Lipo is a procedure that involves the non-invasive cooling of body fat to break down fat cells, resulting in a reduction of body fat. Unlike other cells, fat cells are particularly susceptible to cold.  While the fat cells freeze, the skin and other structures are spared from injury, and patients observe a … Read more

Insurance: Comparing a Claims-Made vs. Occurrence Policy. What’s Best for Your Business?

For small business owners, it’s important to understand the difference between occurrence vs. claims-made insurance before you purchase a policy.  So, we’ve prepared a brief Q&A to ensure you are educated and informed. How do the two policies differ?With an occurrence-based policy, you’ll be protected as long as the loss happened while your policy was … Read more