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New member benefit! Get the ASCP SkinPro app at 17 ON THE WEB "Tried and True Skin Care Trends" While keeping up with the latest skin care trends is important, don't discredit those services that are tried and true. These treatments off er fl exibility to a service menu and off er unique alternatives to the standard esthetician licensing requirements. Here are some skin care treatments that can be incorporated into your treatment menu and why they stand the test of time. blog-posts/tried- and-true-skin-care-trends "The Booming Skin Care Industry" According to multiple sources, including Forbes, Statista, and NPD Group, the value of the US skin care industry was $17.6 billion as of 2020—the most lucrative market in the world. Consumers' concern with trends, beauty, and fashion fuel the demand for the cosmetology and esthetic industry. Further drivers include the aging millennial population, a renewed focus on self-care and clean beauty, and self-care as a coping mechanism. And the defi nition of beauty is ever changing, providing never-ending opportunities for the industry to innovate. blog-posts/ booming-skin-care-industry ASCP Esty Talk Podcast EPISODE 101 "Shining the Light on Sunless Tanning" Sunless tanning is a billion-dollar industry and growing, and the treatment is a great opportunity for solo estheticians and spas to boost their bottom line. Many people realize that tanning beds can be dangerous and lead to cancer. Is spray tanning a better option? In this episode, hosts Ella Cressman and Maggie Staszcuk discuss sunless tanning and its rise in the wellness industry. sunless-tanning EPISODE 102 "The Rogue Pharmacist: Skin Indications for Overall Health" Is the skin the fi rst indicator of overall health? A study involving over 13,000 adolescents showed that those with acne were more likely to experience gastrointestinal symptoms such as constipation, bloating, halitosis, and acid refl ux. In this episode of The Rogue Pharmacist, Benjamin Knight Fuchs discusses common skin conditions and their indicators for overall health. pharmacist-skin-indications-overall-health Introducing the ASCP SkinPro App! Get the must-have app for estheticians! Designed to aid in skin analysis by putting the essential knowledge of contraindications and best practices for skin-related conditions and ingredients at your fi ngertips, ASCP SkinPro is an exciting new app for estheticians at every stage of their career. This is a free benefi t—exclusively to ASCP members! ASCP SkinPro is a progressive web app, which means you can save it to your phone, mobile device, or computer so it works like an app from the app store, but it takes up much less space. ASCP Blog

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