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Take a Sensory Escape at Zenkai and experience Qi beauty with Dr Danielle Slade (registered Acupuncturist)

Zenkai aims to deliver an experience that is nourishing, nurturing and healing to every facet of the senses. Experience Qi beauty with Dr Dan, and indulge in the sensory stillness.. where you can nurture Yin and invigorate your qi.

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How to Treat Acne, Cystic Acne and Acne in Adults

There are hundreds of au-points around the face with specific points and meridians employed during different protocols. Protocols include Anti-Age, Lateral lift, Drainage, and Sensitive Skin - to name a few. Each protocol uses a specific range of acupuncture points, and non-acupuncture points - determined by facial landscape, presenting conditions, motor points, bone and muscle.

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Japanese Acupuncture with Camilla Cameron of Happy Healthy Clinic, Brisbane

“As an Acupuncturist of nearly 2 decades I was truly surprised at just how strong a treatment the facial was.  Not only could I feel significant movement in my face… I went in with a really sore, congested ear that I have not had an issue with since the treatment.” 

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Investing in your business with Jeanine Chell

As small business owners, and in the spa and wellness industry, WE are best product. Investing in ourselves; our education to upskill or learn a new modality is an investment that should be treatmed the same as taking on a new staff member or new equipment. We chat to Jeanine Chell, about her investment in her own education, and her business practices for getting a return on her investment, ASAP.

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Why you have a skin break-out after using your mobile phone

Replacing skin flora is the newest craze - applying yoghurt to ones face will soon be the norm as we realise that the healthy bacteria on our skin is just as important for balancing our complexion as healthy gut flora is for stabilising our mood. Here we chat to Qi beauty founder, Kathy Pedersen, about the threats to healthy skin flora, how to restore good bacteria, and why we break out after extended mobile phone use. 

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Your Best Skin: Sustainable Anti-Ageing must be Pro-Recovery

Without adequate energy to function, repair is diminished and damage accumulates. Damaged skin is a sign of damaged cells, and the inability to recover. As the repair of cells is diminished, cells move slower, there are more abnormalities in the formation of cells in the ETC, and skin appears to be lacking vitality and health.

For health, we need energy. 

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KP: Why we agree with The Outline "Skincare Con"

When author Krithika Varagur highlighted the most basic element of (some) skincare rituals - those that aren't based on botanicals and holistic principles - that these rituals induce damage that compromises the basic functions of skin. Those basic, intrinsic functions of skin to maintain its own health - removes all plausible implications that damage inducing treatments are actually beneficial. 

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Industry: Oxidative Stress and Intrinsic Ageing Driven by AGE's

Oxidative Stress plays a central role in initiating and driving events that cause skin aging at the cellular level (Masaki 2010). When collagen comes in contact with sugar it results in the formation of advanced glycation end products AGE's -

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Industry: Ageing begins when Repair stops

Working at a depth of up to 6mm

below the surface, Static Magnetic Stimulation (SMS) is used to create Static Magnetic Fields (SMF), where a field is able to stimulate the ETC to create the energy needed for healthy cell synthesis. The critical time of cellular renewal is between 11pm and 4am, when we are asleep. 

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Taking Points: Beauty Forecast 2018

Talking Points

APAN CEO Tina Viney and Qi beauty Founder, Kathy Pedersen talk beauty and wellness in 2018

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How Energy Impacts Aging

How Energy Impacts Aging

Every cell in our body is governed by energy. The fibre of our being is a vast network of energetic cells creating intricate systems that are controlled by our bio-electric system: the Electron Transport Chain. If we want to control the way we look as we age, we start here. 

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Wellbeing 2018 The NEW World of Beauty

Wellbeing 7's

The wellbeing and beauty forecast for 2018 is seeing the emergence of trends driven by health, knowledge and wellness for healthy, vibrant and energetic skin. Let's make 2018 the year we take control of the way we age. 

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Telomeres and Ageing

Best foods for Telomere health: 

Foods rich in antioxidants; Goji berries, Wild blueberries, Dark chocolate, Pecans, Artichoke, Elderberries, Kidney beans and Cranberries. Studies show that a diet rich in fruit and vegetables, and plant based diet's increase the length of Telomeres. 

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DMAE Benefits for Anti-Ageing

DMAE is an antioxidant membrane stabiliser, with consistent application, studies show significant improvement in the appearance of the following common areas of ageing: DMAE treats Coarse wrinkles, Under-eye dark circles, Nasolabial folds, Sagging neck skin and improves neck firmness. 

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