February 19, 2018
We all know that sleep is vital to the rest and renewal of our body, but did you know that sleep problems affect the health and quality of life for up to 45% of the world's population? In fact, missing just one night's sleep can impair the skin's ability to properly repair itself. In this episode, Dermalogica's Dr. Angela Murphy discusses in depth what exactly happens to our skin while we sleep, and why it's so important to get your recommended rest. She shares how getting enough sleep actually revs up your skin cells ensuring your skin is in its best possible shape for the next day. Maybe there is something to what we call "beauty sleep!" Join us as Dr. Angela reveals the connection between sleep and the skin and how you can wake up to your brightest most radiant skin ever.
About Dr. Angela Murphy:
Dr. Angela Murphy is the VP of Technology and Innovation for Dermalogica. She worked for Unilever in the UK for 20 years as a formulator within R&D and was involved in many global product launches. Prior to joining Dermalogica, she was part of the Prestige Division at Unilever. Dr. Angela is truly leading the way in skin technologies and research for future Dermalogica product innovations.
February 5, 2018
If you love the science behind skin care, you don’t want to miss this podcast! When it comes to understanding skin care ingredients, it can be confusing to differentiate between what's fact and fiction. In this episode, Dr. Diana Howard discusses the importance of science-backed ingredients and takes on the topics of stem cells, bee venom, and more. Join us as she brings her unique approach to understanding these formulations in a more scientific-way, and she also shares with us her personal favorite ingredients. Dr. Diana Howard has a PhD in Plant Biochemistry and has been developing products and formulations for The International Dermal Institute and Dermalogica for 24 years.
January 22, 2018
Meet Angela Kell, lead skin therapist at Dermalogica SOHO in New York. She is all about education and personalization for your over all skin health. In this episode, Angela shares her personal skin care story and how to get great results from your ProSKin 30 or ProSkin 60 treatments. Join us as we talk about the importance of Face Mapping, how your skin therapist is your best friend, and why moisturizers are a must-have in any skin care regimen.
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January 15, 2018
In this episode we take a deeper dive into sensitive skin from a dermatologist perspective and practice with Dr. Melissa Levin. Join us as we examine skin issues such as eczema and rosacea, and how there can be an effective strategy to treat the skin between prescription meds and at home skin care. Dr. Levin also discusses the future working relationship between dermatologists and professional skin therapists by collaborating on their common goal of healthy skin. Being a sensitive skin type herself, Dr. Levin shares her personal tips and advice in treating reactive skin and why using a professional grade skin care line can make all the difference.
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About Dr. Levin-
Dr. Melissa Kanchanapoomi Levin, is a board-certified dermatologist in New York City, specializing in inflammatory facial dermatoses such as acne, rosacea, and eczema, and aesthetic dermatology. She is the Founder and Director of Entière Dermatology, a dermatology practice opening in the Manhattan in 2018, and currently sees patients in Tribeca, Manhattan. She holds faculty positions at both New York University Langone Medical Center and Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine in the Department of Dermatology. Dr. Levin has presented at professional meetings, teaching physicians as a trainer regarding cosmetic treatments including neuromodulators, fillers, and laser surgery. She serves as a reviewer for numerous medical journals and continues to perform clinical research trials for innovative laser devices and soft tissue enhancement of injectable fillers for aesthetics and acne. As a media expert, she shares her dermatology expertise to multiple media outlets such as; Allure, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, New Beauty, InStyle, Women’s Health Magazine, Self Magazine, American Spa Magazine, Prevention and Doctor Radio with Sirius XM.
January 8, 2018
Sensitive skin seems to be on the rise globally, as more than half the world's population consider themselves as having a sensitive skin type. In this episode, our very own Dr. Diana Howard gets real about skin redness and inflammation. Dr. Howard has been the scientific power behind the Dermalogica brand for over 23 years and she is the resident guru on everything skin science. Join us as she shares valuable information about the causes of sensitive skin, what to do about it, and the innovative ingredients that are changing our UltraCalming product segment.
Check out out your skin sensitivitiy risk levels here: skinsensitivityrisk.com
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January 2, 2018
Happy New Year! You may have already made your new year resolutions, but have you thought about your skin fitness plan? 2018 is the year of "fit skin is in" and January is the perfect time to get started! In this episode I give you 3 easy action steps that you can take right now to get your skin in shape and on the right track! Now is the time to set up your skin scan with your dermatologist, start purging your old and expired product and get Face Mapped by your Dermalogica Skin Therapist. Cheers to living in your healthiest skin!
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Face Mapping by Dermalogica
December 26, 2017
Your skin accumulates quite a bit of “dirt” on a daily basis and most people still only spend about 20 seconds washing their faces! Unfortunately, one cleanse won’t cut it as it still leaves behind a film of excess oils, pollution, sunscreen and makeup; making your skin look dull and contributing to congestion. In this episode Beth Bialko gives us the inside scoop of why our skin is dirty and gets clear about why you should be double cleansing. Learn how to incorporate nourishing light weight oils to fight through the grime and get healthy, happy and clean skin with our step zero favorites Precleanse Oil and PreCleanse Balm .
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December 17, 2017
The Dermalogica approach to skin care and skin treatments has raised the bar in the industry. The focus is all about education, personalization and human touch. We see skin services as a critical aspect in achieving and maintaining healthy skin, not as a luxury. Even the way we talk about skin treatments is different, such as Skin Therapist and Skin Treatment. To us, these names reinforce the value of a professional service and the education and personalization that goes into each and every step by highly trained skin therapists.
This episode gives us an inside look into skin treatments from professional Skin Therapist, Nicole Bassett. Nicole is with Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa in Wheaton, IL, and she has reached Dermalogica Expert status. She is also a current recipient of the 100 Hour Post Graduate Diploma from the International Dermal Institute. Nicole shares with us her professional approach to skin services, the defining difference of a Dermalogica skin treatment and her best skin care tips and advice.
December 10, 2017
This is part two of our story when classic entrepreneurship and a passion for skin care changed an industry forever. In Los Angeles, 1983, Jane and Raymond Wurwand saw a gap in skin therapy education and founded Dermalogica and The International Dermal Institute; which are game-changing brands within the professional skin care industry.
In this episode, Jane shares her advice to new entrepreneurs, the importance of developing a skill set, and “if you can see the greatest pain in an industry, you’ve just spotted the greatest opportunity.” Jane also takes us on the journey of how she established FITE (Financial Independence Through Entrepreneurship), a social impact initiative that helps women and girls on the path to entrepreneurship by providing access to education, vocational training, small loans and leadership skills.www.joinfite.org
In 2016, President Obama appointed Jane a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship, one of a prestigious group of America’s top entrepreneurs who work with the Federal Government to help develop the next generation of entrepreneurs both at home and abroad.
December 4, 2017
This is the story of where entrepreneurship and a passion for skin care come together and an industry is changed forever. It started in Los Angeles, 1983, where Jane Wurwand, a tenured, United Kingdom-trained skin therapist new to the American "esthetician" industry, recognized that continuing skin therapy education was practically non-existent in the United States. After opening a small classroom in Marina del Rey, California under the name The International Dermal Institute (IDI), Jane invited licensed skin therapists to the postgraduate training to help make them competitive in the business.
In 1986, Dermalogica was born, as it didn’t take long for Jane to realize no product line embraced her belief of skin health as opposed to "beauty," so she developed her own. The vision was clear – a product line free of common irritants and artificial ingredients and most importantly one that would improve skin health. With more than 100,000 skin therapists trained and available in over 80 countries, Dermalogica products are the number one choice of skin care professionals and consumers worldwide.