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Monday, 11 August 2008 18:07

Lyns Travels

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Hello,

I’m excited to be back home after several weeks of travel, including exhibiting and speaking
at the largest industry skin care and spa trade show conference held recently in Las Vegas.


From there, I flew half-way around the world to New Zealand.  My mission was to train
trainers for our new distributor and help launch Institut’ DERMed to the clinics and spas in
this amazing country. 

Tuesday, 05 August 2008 16:27

The Top 5 Myths About Oily/Acne Skin

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A chronic dermatologic condition such as acne can leave both physical and emotional scars on teens, especially in a society that values appearance so highly. Acne is the most common skin disease in the U.S., affecting more than 17 million teens and young adults. Compounding the difficulties with the problem is the tremendous amount of misinformation that still persists. In order to set the record straight, here are some of the most common myths you're likely to hear.

Sunday, 27 July 2008 16:25

How to Care for Acne Skin

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A professional facial treatment is an ideal way to start correcting oily acne skin conditions. Your skin care specialist will perform a thorough skin analysis and
determine the best clinical treatments and products for accelerated healing.

Clean Skin Gently
Your Esthetician will recommend a cleanser with the combination of Glycolic, Salicylic and Totarol for immediate results. You should cleanse your skin once in the morning and once in the evening, as well as after heavy exercise. Wash your face from under the jaw to the hairline and be sure to thoroughly rinse your skin.

Using strong soaps or rough scrub pads is not helpful and can actually make the problem worse. If the skin is excessively oily an astringent toner with Glycolic and Salicylic may be recommended on the oily zones. It is also important to shampoo your hair regularly.

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