Cynosure Introduces Improved Laser for Hair Removal

Cynosure Introduces Improved Laser for Hair Removal

Cynosure, Inc., a leading developer of medical lasers, announced today the Apogee by Cynosure, the newest laser for faster and safer removal of unwanted hair. This long pulse Alexandrite laser is the next generation of Cynosure’s PhotoGenica(R) LPIR, a laser used for hair and leg vein removal applications. The Apogee by Cynosure will be available
hair vendors in April 1998.The Apogee by Cynosure is 56% faster than the LPIR, making it the fastest laser on the market for hair removal.

The faster speed is made possible by the addition of a larger spot size of 12.5 millimeters with more energy, which can cover a 1/2 inch area per second. This unique feature will benefit both doctors and patients by allowing treatments to be completed in less time. Faster treatments will enable doctors to see more patients, thereby increasing revenue. Patients find that the speedier, less time consuming treatments translate into less discomfort and a quick return to their daily activities.By adhering to the principle of Thermokinetic Selectivity(TM) (TKS), Apogee by Cynosure is able to safely deliver energy levels to the hair follicles without harming the outer skin. TKS is based on the fact that the ideal pulse width should be below the thermal relaxation time of the large target, the hair follicle, to destroy it, and much longer than the thermal relaxation time of smaller structures, the melanin in the skin, allowing them to cool more efficiently, therefore avoiding damage during the pulse.

The extremely long pulse duration of 20 milliseconds allows the surrounding skin to cool down while the target hair follicle or leg vein is heated and destroyed.In addition, the inclusion of a third 12.5mm spot size to the 7mm and 10mm spot size choices will allow physicians to customize patient treatments. The laser will also deliver up to 40% more energy with the 10mm spot size, thereby eliminating the need to change to a smaller spot size, thus treatment is twice as fast than previously available. In addition the larger spot sizes (10mm and 12.5mm) will allow deeper penetration of the laser energy than smaller spot sizes at equal fluences. This makes it possible to heat and destroy hair follicles and veins located deeper in the skin."People suffering from unwanted hair or leg veins are looking for a quick, safe treatment from dermatologists and plastic surgeons," said Cynosure Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Robert W. Hubert. "The Apogee by Cynosure is based on the theory of TKS, enabling physicians to provide patients with the safest laser treatments.

Beauty Salon Design Ideas

Beauty Salon Design Ideas

The moment you step inside, a strange calmness soothes your senses and you are transported to a state where you experience divine relaxation! So enchanting can be the effect of a beautifully designed interior of a beauty salon. The ambiance of a salon or a spa plays a significant role in attracting people. The layout of a salon is designed considering all the factors that would possibly bring comfort to customers. Beauty salon design ideas are further dependent upon the nature of services they offer. The layout is supported by a theme that is complemented with the overall interior dcor.

Design Ideas for a Beauty Salon

While speaking of the interior design of a beauty salon, we usually consider the floor plans, the wall art, fixtures and different types of decorative pieces. When all these elements are synchronized perfectly, then the ambiance is bound to rejuvenate you both physically and mentally. Moreover, you need to come up ideas that will be within your budget. So how you implement those plans? The ideas are explained below.

Floor Plan

The room should be spacious enough and so the floor. The fact that people come there for relaxing themselves should be kept in mind before devising any kind of plan. A salon containing clumsy floors is definitely not something feasible. Flooring options for a beauty salon include hardwood, tiles and marbles. Parlors that are designed with a ransom budget have luxurious floors that are equipped with superior quality of floors. A uniform flooring for all the zones, viz, reception, spa room, hair dressing room, etc., look marvelous. Traditional salons are still seen with bamboo flooring, which is simple yet elegant. Conventional parlors mostly have tiled or marbled floors. No matter what flooring you opt for, make sure that it could be cleaned easily with a vacuum cleaner or by mopping. In brief, the floor can be crafted with:Wall Art

The most important part of the interior decoration is the wall color. The basic color of the wall should complement the floor design and the theme of the salon. Walls designed artistically with murals of famous historical beauties (worth to mention, Cleopatra and Princess Diana!) add elegance. Beauty salons that provide exclusive herbal treatment equip walls with hanging planters and different types of skippers that grow naturally. The colors that you can choose for a modern parlor are pink, olive, turquoise, purple and light yellow. Pastel shades of brown, clay, auburn, chestnut have a traditional appeal. Take a quick look at the options for beautifying the walls of a salon.

Wall murals

Soothing color tonesThe floor and wall design is complete. Now you need to equip the parlor with different lights and fixtures. Pendant lights well suit interiors of salons where spa treatment and massage is done. Sections where manicure, pedicure and haircuts are carried out should be equipped with bright overhead lights. Chandeliers, strobes and other types of accent lighting create a dreamy ambiance that is intensely solacing for everyone. Such kinds of fixtures are usually installed for decorative purposes and for uplifting the beauty of
facebook besthairbuy the interiors. However, you should always have an additional source of bright light where you have installed accent lights or recessed lights. Chair, sofas, spa beds, recliners, racks, etc should be arranged neatly and you should check that they do not eat up much of the floor space. The wooden racks could be inbuilt with the walls and you can get them crafted with exquisite designs. Place the essentials (beauty care tools and toiletries) separate on each rack so that you can access them with ease. Aromatherapy salons are excellently decorated with plants, flowers, therapeutic stones and candles. Even if your salon provides cosmetic therapies, you can still enamor its interior with natural plants and flowers. This creates freshness all around and the ambiance also looks natural.

A Look Back at TheNext Iron Chef With Iron Chef Guarnaschelli

A Look Back at TheNext Iron Chef With Iron Chef Guarnaschelli

A new Iron Chef has officially been crowned and added to the prestigious roster. Chef Alex Guarnaschelli prevailed in the final showdown, a full out Kitchen Stadium battle that paid homage to three long standing Iron Chefs: Chefs Flay, Symon and Morimoto.

Iron Chef Guarnaschelli is the executive chef at both The Darby and Butter Restaurants (take a photo tour here) in New York City. She’s also a veteran judge on Chopped. Returning for a chance at redemption, Chef Guarnaschelli survived all eight of the Chairman’s intense challenges, only finding herself in the Secret Ingredient Showdown once.

We recently sat down with Chef Guarnaschelli at Butter to chat about her experience on The Next Iron Chef: Redemption why she decided to go for it a second time and what her biggest fear about Kitchen Stadium is.

What inspired you to sign on for a second season?

You know, if you can be on Food Network and be part of the shows and also be a fan at the same time
facebook besthairbuy then that how I would categorize myself. Someone who has learned so much from the show and has watched it avidly for years and admired the Iron Chefs the resolve it takes, as well as the technique behind every choice. If someone said, You have a 10 percent chance of winning, that sounds perfectly natural to me.

Did you know all of your fellow rival chefs this season?

I did not know Chef Vigneron at all and I was pleasantly surprised to find a skilled, passionate man behind all that hair! I had also never met Chef Mehta he a wizard with spices and an amazing person and parent. One more I had never met Chef Estes. What a firecracker and a peach (and an amazing chef).

Was there something that any of the chefs did on Redemption where you thought, how clever?

So many things. How much time have you got? The one that really stuck out to me was when Chef Falkner made the anchovy sphere for her Caesar dressing in her final challenge. I didn get to taste it, but it was so clever.

I also loved Chef Mehta representation of Chef Mendelsohn during the Innovation challenge. Again, I didn taste it, but his presentation was astounding. I nearly fell over when I saw it.

Where did you watch the show every Sunday night?

I watched it at home with my daughter, who kept saying, why is this show on again? I want to watch Ina (the Barefoot Contessa). She loves Ina Garten.

Was there a chef you went to during The Next Iron Chef so you could vent?

Chef Falkner and I really bonded this season and I think that because we had gone through it together last season, so we would compare notes or talk about what happened during the challenge. We go over mistakes we made and how we could improve for next time. It was sort of like chef therapy.

What was the toughest ingredient you worked with on the show and why?

The toughest ingredients for me were definitely the chicken livers with the peppermint candy. And I say that because I thought of a million things to do with that peppermint candy, but in my heart of hearts, I knew that it would take away from the deliciousness of my dish, and that presented a real crossroads for me. How much are you willing to let deliciousness go to integrate an ingredient you obligated to use? It the same question people ask themselves when they open a Chopped basket. I refuse to give up delicious. I struggled with that a lot.

What is something the viewers didn get to see about you that you would like them to know?

I think people got to see a lot of different sides of how human I am. I hope no one missed how much I wanted to win this. And how much of an honor I believe it is to have this title. It deeply resonates with my chef DNA.

How are you going to balance work, Iron Chef America and Chopped?

I have the good fortune of living close to where I work. And that makes all the difference. Most importantly, I going to make sure that I spend enough time with my daughter. Because that time that I can get back. But I find a way.

Now that you won your first battle, do you foresee yourself creating a routine or ritual before you compete in Kitchen Stadium?

I will either wear my claw necklace or have it in my pocket. I would never leave the house without it. I also plan on wearing the purple sneakers that I purchased while competing on The Next Iron Chef: Redemption. After the first episode, I realized I needed more traction! Those are my Iron Chef shoes they been through thick and thin.

What qualities did you look for in your sous chefs when you were deciding who to pick?

I felt that it was important to pick two people that have worked with me for a long time, and yet are distinctive in their own right. There a little bit of imagination that person on an Iron Chef team needs to bring to the table; it not just the Iron Chef by any means. That would be like saying any restaurant is just the chef. It always about the people you collaborate with. I wanted a mixture of creative people, but coming together for the same idea. My two sous chefs, Ashley Merriman and Wirt Cook, who happen to be very overqualified, are very dedicated to their craft.

What your biggest fear about Kitchen Stadium?

When I think about Iron Chefs, I think about how they been role models to me. I feel very passionate about maintaining the same level of standard and respect for the food as an Iron Chef myself. I think Chef Appleman put it best when he said during the final episode, don see these two people as females, I see them as chefs. Gender a big issue. Simon Majumdar said something similar: aren two women who made it to the finale; these are two chefs who cooked the best food and happened to be women. any of the Iron Chefs shared a piece of advice with you that you take away?

Iron Chef Jose Garces said, matter how much you think you know about food and cooking, it so important to practice, learn and grow. And Iron Chef Bobby Flay told me, you do, don slouch. I tend to do that.

Astronaut Uses Single Strand of Hair to Move in Zero

Astronaut Uses Single Strand of Hair to Move in Zero

In a video to describe the effects of weightlessness, Nyberg used a single strand of her own hair to propel herself, tumbling slowly backward after pushing off a blue handrail on the orbiting lab. The brief experiment, which NASA posted online last week, was inspired by a conversation fellow astronaut Cady Coleman had with Sandra Bullock, star of the blockbuster space thriller "Gravity."

Coleman helped Bullock prepare for her role as an astronaut in the film, which opened Oct. 4. Bullock said she was particularly struck by Coleman’s description of how effortlessly spaceflyers can float around the orbiting lab.

"The thing that resonated the most with me you said something about your hair. You could take one strand of hair and push off the wall with that hair, and it would propel you backwards," Bullock told Coleman in a NASA video last month.

While Coleman is a veteran of three spaceflights, she hasn’t been in orbit since May 2011. Nyberg, however, is a crewmember of the International Space Station’s
clip in hair wholesale current Expedition 37, and she decided to put Coleman’s assertion to the test.

"Since I have the resources, I thought I would give it a try," the long tressed Nyberg said in the Oct. 18 NASA video.

She then plucked one strand of hair, held it between her two hands and pressed it against a space station handrail. The slight force Nyberg applied sent her falling backhard in seeming slow motion, her white socked feet rising as her head dipped down.

3m personal injury suit against Manhattan salon for bad haircut

3m personal injury suit against Manhattan salon for bad haircut

Myrella Ikeda, a Brazilian who lives in Maryland, visited the J Sisters salon in 2011, following in the celebrity footsteps of Naomi Campbell, Vanessa Williams and Cameron Diaz, the New York Daily News reports.

arrived at the salon with anticipating that in a few hours she would have spectacular hair that would help launch a modelling career, says her personal
wholesale brazilian hair injury lawsuit, filed in Manhattan Federal Court. eight hours later, she left the salon with physical and emotional trauma: her scalp and hair were burned, her modelling plans were in ruins, and she could not show herself publicly.

went into J Sisters normal, smiling, happy, with beautiful hair, thinking that she would leave beautiful, with a fantastic appearance to be featured in a magazine, the lawsuit says.

Things did not proceed as planned. Ms Ikeda says the products used on her burned her scalp and caused her hair to fall out. Eight hours later, Ikeda was with her hair in her hands. was leaving ugly, horrible, a monster, with a terrible appearance and a scary face, crying, desperate, feeling physically and psychologically destroyed, with her hair in her hands, her scalp burned, stinging and itching, and part of it numb, the lawsuit says.

According to the lawsuit, that names co owner Jonice Padhilha and hairdresser Antonio Luis Rosa as defendants, Ms Padilha later phoned Ikeda to apologise and tell her Mr Rosa had been on drugs when he allegedly ruined her hair.

Ms Ikeda further claims that the incident caused her to motivation becoming depressed. had no will to groom herself. To groom herself for what? She could not eat, she was crying all the time . Ikeda was ugly and nothing was going to change that, much less her self esteem, it states.

could no longer think of a career in cinema, television or photography. She had to give up work, study and opportunities, all her life became completely disorganised, the lawsuit claims. passed, and Ikeda lost more than two critical years of her life, with no way to bring it back.

The Brazilian Blow Dry and my permanent good hair day

The Brazilian Blow Dry and my permanent good hair day

I couldn’t get myself dressed without one or other of my daughters acting as an unpaid handmaiden, cooking was restricted to dishes that only required gentle stirring, driving was nigh impossible and sleeping for any longer than two hours at a stretch was miraculous.

My injury and year long slow recovery did have one major benefit, however: my hair. My hair had never looked better. It looked glossy and shiny and perfect. Each and every day was a seriously kick ass "good hair day" and as all women will concur, one should never underestimate the endorphin rich halo of confidence a perfectly coiffed mane brings.

I obviously did not achieve this short lived perfection myself. Even when I had two fully functioning arms I was pretty inept at blow drying my own hair. The end result never looked bouncy and sleek, it was just dry, clean and slightly wild and flyaway.

My tendonitis legitimately gave me an excuse to go to the hairdressers twice a week for a wash and blow dry. There was no other option well, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it as I was physically incapable of washing my own hair and, having failed to seduce my husband into joining me in the shower to act the Warren Beatty role in Shampoo, I realised the only way I was going to solve this pressing sartorial problem was to throw money at it. Serious money. Call me shallow but I cannot overestimate the difference it made to my otherwise fragile demeanour.

I justified the (not inconsiderable) expense of bi weekly trips to Richard Ward by consoling myself that I was saving a fortune on clothes, as it was much too painful (and therefore joyless) to even contemplate trying anything on, let alone buying.

Just as I had become used to the feel good factor of having continuous "good hair days", my arm got better. The novelty of once again being able to wash my own hair was short lived. The mind may well be programmed to quickly forget pain but I can assure you the effects of a sensational blow dry are irrevocably etched into one’s DNA. I was like a junkie unwilling to go cold turkey.

Normally I tend to steer clear of any beauty procedure or treatment that has the word "Brazilian" attached to it too radical and painful for my liking but the new Brazilian Blow Dry (also known as Permanent Blow Dry) captured my imagination. The lure of having "fabulous glossy hair long after the blow dry" coupled with a "chemical free, semi permanent blow out" was music to my ears.

"This is a godsend for women whose hair resembles a thorn bush when left to dry naturally," enthused New York stylist Mark Garrison, "it’s a revolution." Nicole Richie and Elizabeth Hurley are rumoured to be recent converts to the sleek, frizz free mane.

My eldest daughter India tried to dampen my excitement. "You hated the way my hair looked when I had mine permanently straightened," she warned. "And you know you’re obsessed with having big Farrah like hair. You’ll hate it." "This is nothing like that awful hair straightening treatment you had," I snapped uncharitably. "I’ll be able to manage my own hair without ever having to go near the hairdressers. Credit crunch hair."

"Umm," said India. "We’ll see."

The treatment itself is simple and fast. Hair is first washed before being painted with a keratin rich solution of cocoa oil, white and red clay, vitamins and proteins. It is then dried completely before the product is sealed in with a hot irons. You have to leave the solution in for three days, before washing it out. No cheating, otherwise it doesn’t work.

I am happy to announce I am now the proud owner of silky, glossy hair that looks fabulous no matter what I do (or don’t do) to it. Towel dried it falls perfectly, with not a frizzy stray in sight; set on Velcro rollers it miraculously cascades in picture perfect waves and stays looking great until I re wash it. I am told the Brazilian "special effects" last for up to four months.

"It looks amazing," admitted India begrudgingly. "But expensive." I disagree. Good hair every day? I reckon I’m worth it. "Give your hair a day off a week," says Ben Cooke, celebrity hair stylist and Herbal Essences Ambassador. "It can be as simple as letting it dry naturally with some leave in conditioner, or applying a mask such as Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Intensive Mask (3.99) and leaving it on as long as possible."

My latest favourite hair fix is Ojon’s Restorative Hair Mask (38, 150ml, 0870 034 2566), a delicious smelling balm that you massage in and leave for at least half an hour. Kerastase salon treatments are crackers, too; Colour Boost (10, 0800 316 4400) is the beauty editors’ favourite.

While away, use hair protecting sunscreen on your hair, to minimise colour fade from UV rays, and wet your hair with plain water before you get into the pool it won’t absorb so much of the pool water chemicals.

The kit

Even low key hair needs detangling. Tangle Teezer (9.95, Boots) does a fabulous job, as does Ouchless Brush from Goody (9.95 at chemists). If you can’t live without heated appliances, Remington’s mini hair straighteners, 29, will take up minimal room in your luggage.

Use dry shampoo

Klorane’s Dry Shampoo (6.59, 01582 820 165) frequently wins awards, and Andrew Barton’s new SOS Last Another Day Dry Shampoo (2.99, Asda) smells of toffee and vanilla. "Spray dry shampoo from 10 12cm away to ensure against white residue on the scalp," says Charles Worthington (his Results Dry Shampoo costs 4.49 at Boots). "Massage into roots while hair is upside down, then blast with a hairdryer for even distribution."

Man buns can cause hair loss and baldness

Man buns can cause hair loss and baldness

A Harley Street Clinic has reported a surge in patients suffering from traction alopecia a condition caused by the hair constantly being pulled back in the same direction.

The hair specialists claim the popular style, which requires a healthy head of hair to sport, is actually responsible for a growing number of male hair loss cases.

Dr Kouremada Zioga, Hair Transplant Surgeon at The Private Clinic of Harley Street says: "In my practice, over the past year, there has been a significant increase in young men suffering from traction alopecia due to the way they wear their hair.

"Styles such as the ‘man bun’ and ‘top knot’ require the hair to be pulled back tightly in the same direction which, after a period of time, causes the hair follicle to loosen from its roots. This causes the hair to thin and results in permanent hair loss".

Up until recently, this type of hair loss had typically been associated with women, due to the physical trauma caused by braiding, hair extensions and over styling. However, the clinic claims that the condition has recently become prevalent amongst men who have jumped on the man bun trend, as seen on celebrities such as Bradley Cooper and Zayn Malik.

The Private Clinic reports the number of patients undergoing hair transplants is up by 9.1% in the last year, and more than 5% of male patients were those with long hair, tied back into a top knot or a tight bun.

Dr Kouremada Zioga added: "While the hair loss resulting from this form of damage is gradual, and often takes 2 3 years to become apparent, the hair loss which results is permanent. Since most of the patients I see are fairly young in their twenties and thirties it is clear that the damage is being done from a young age."

If you’re worried about losing your hair to the trend, Dr Kouremada Zioga’s advice is simple: "To avoid this form of hair loss, men should restrict the amount of time spent with their hair in very tight buns or pony tails, as this will reduce the level of stress put on the hair.

"If they are noticing the hair thinning, falling out or they can see bald patches, they should seek the advice of their doctor or a hair loss
tedhair specialist, as they may be able to recommend certain products which could help to increase hair density, or even refer the patient for treatment."

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Helping You Sport Your Dream Hair

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Is your ponytail shrinking lately? Has your hair parting become wider? Then you must be suffering from hair thinning. As you age, the diameter of your hair shafts reduces. This makes hair appear thinner and finer. If you wish to maintain the volume and fullness of your mane, get a thinning hair solutions kit. You will find the difference within a short time.

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Do you know that about two thirds of women suffer from hair loss condition at some age in their lives? Fortunately, women do not go bald as men do. This is because they experience diffused shedding of hair, which means hair falls uniformly from the
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Wigs and hats are good temporary solutions; but with time they become cumbersome to use. At some point of your life, the desire to own thick, fuller, lustrous tresses haunt you again. You then start envying your counterparts or resort to desperate measures to fulfill your desires. This is when most women start experimenting with various products, some of them unknown and others, that are mere marketing gimmicks.

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One of the noteworthy products of this brand is its Revitalizing Shampoo. It brings a drastic change in the look and the feel of hair in a single wash, report women. The shampoo contains hydrolyzed keratin that coats each hair strand and gives a fuller look to the mane.

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