This Week's news

Irish salons introduce Lynton's advanced facials

The company offers a range of aesthetic technologies including Laser, IPL, High Intensity Focussed Ultrasound (HIFU) and radiofrequency, amongst others, in their comprehensive portfolio of machines.

New Dermalogica course strengthens knowledge of melanin-rich skin

Dermalogica’s Treating Melanin-Rich Skin course, which is free of charge, aims to strengthen skin therapists’ foundational knowledge of understanding and treating melanin-rich skin. through three self-led modules.

OSMO highlight the benefits of Scalp Facials

The new OSMO Scalp Therapy regime is a three-art treatment to remove the build-up of hair product, sebum and environmental pollution.

NYX reveal Spring makeup '23 looks in the metaverse!

House of NYX Professional Makeup offers consumers different points of engagement to collect the brand’s three limited-edition makeup looks for their Roblox avatars which feature Spring 2023 products.

Treatwell salons to benefit from mental health training

The partnership will offer Treatwell’s salon partners access to mental health training aimed at helping salon owners, beauty therapists and stylists to recognise the symptoms and warning signs of mental ill health amongst clients and team members.

Scandi berries protect hydration in new facial oil

Olehenriksen HydraBarrier Nourishing Face Oil works to create ‘stronger’ skin thanks to a formulation of peptides, which form a protective barrier preventing moisture loss and seal in hydration.

Awards open for 'free from' skincare brands

There are 16 categories including Hair Care, Men’s Grooming, Face Care and Problem Skin, which recognise products created by those passionate about ‘free from’ formulations, ranging from solo entrepreneurs to multi-national brands.

+maskology's self-heating eye mask boosts relaxation

Professional-only face mask brand +maskology has launched a new heated eye mask created for therapists to offer as a treatment add-on.

Hydrafacial moves into advanced body treatments

The new Hydrabody treatments cover the back, neck, legs, buttocks, hands and arms, and follow the Hydrafacial® three-step protocol of cleanse, extract and hydrate.

Global salon owners attend Dublin business summit

Salon software provider Phorest recently hosted their seventh annual Salon Owners Summit, the first in-person event since the pandemic.