Skin Allergy

Show Eczema What’s Up

Show Eczema What's Up

Over 30 million people have some form of eczema, and skin care professionals are seeing more of this in the treatment room. In many, eczema started in childhood and dissipated by adulthood; however, adults that never had it as a child are presenting the condition with growing quantities. Since skin care professionals do to want … Read more

The Frustration Behind Fragrance


As one of our main senses, smell is a key part of how we react to situations and others in our everyday life. We look to re-create a happy memory or positive feeling with a certain fragrance. Fragrance is in laundry, cleaning products and personal care products as well as being pumped through vents at … Read more

Trade Secrets

Kris Campbell of Hale & Hush

I have been in the professional skin care industry for 11 years. I find inspiration in listening to other educators and experts in the field. I am always reading anything regarding skin care and health challenges. I do not limit myself to industry knowledge and I incorporate the consumer avenue to see what they are … Read more

Acne and Sensitive Skin

Sensitive Skin and Acne

Acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.1 It affects 40 to 50 million Americans and almost 85% of people will get some form of acne during their lives. Many clients with acne may also be experiencing sensitive skin issues— skin care professionals need to … Read more

Food for Thought – Gluten-free Facials & Skin Care

Gluten Free Facials

They may sound like rather sobering names: Cyclodextrin, Avena Sativa, Triticum Vulgare Starch, and for some, these are just that—scary. Yet these are in fact products of common foods, bread, pizza and pasta that many of us crave. But they have also become the culprits of one of the latest afflictions worldwide—gluten intolerance. Gluten is … Read more

What’s New in Natural Ingredients

Natural Ingredients

Natural ingredients are hard to define, since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate natural skin care products or the ingredients in them. The FDA refers to natural skin care products as using ingredients “extracted directly from plant or animal products as opposed to being ‘produced synthetically.’” Retail consumers are getting savvier … Read more

Adjusting Treatments for Sensitive Skin

Sensitive Skin

Remember the days when people simply described their skin as oily, combination or dry? Today 50 percent of women and 40 percent of men describe their skin as sensitive. Sensitive and/or health challenged skin can arise from several internal factors, ranging from hereditary skin issues to developing skin conditions related to health challenges such as … Read more

5 Questions With Kris Campbell

Kris Campbell of Hale & Hush

At the tender age of four years, TecNiche Savvy Science ( is a skincare company with a strong identity, thanks in no small part to its sharp-minded CEO, Kris Campbell. The tireless Campbell, whose professional career began in sales and supply chain management, is passionate about the company’s highly specialized line and unique point of … Read more

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