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Ozone: The Air Down Here

Though you might think of ozone in relation to the atmosphere, ozone can also be used to treat a variety of skin and medical conditions.

Helping Clients Choose the Right Sunscreen

With so many sunscreens on the market, your clients might have questions on how to select the one that is right for them and how to make the selection less complicated.

Tattoo-removal Patch Offers ‘Tat’-ilizing Results

A clear, silicone patch is changing the tattoo removal game—Research in Lasers in Surgery and Medicine found that removal treatments using the patch could be almost three times as fast at traditional methods.

Study Shines a (Black) Light on Melasma Detection

Black light can illuminate otherwise hidden melasma symptoms, according to research in the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology. Researchers hope to encourage early detection of the condition.

Jar Deconstructed: Infrared and Blue Light Protection

New research is putting a light on the benefits of infrared and blue therapy treatments. What will this mean for the future of the esthetics practice?

Face & Body Southeast: A Deep Dive Into Science

Last year, you asked for more science based education for Face & Body Southeast. This year, we deliver with more educational opportunities including the Skin Inc. Live!, supplier classes and more.

Busted: 6 Sun Protection Myths

Many believe that sunscreen is only necessary on sunny days, and that a base tan is good for overall skin health—these six myths and misconceptions can prove harmful to clients' health.

Heal—Don’t Feel—the Burn with Vitamin D

Vitamin D may help relieve inflammation and other effects of sunburn, according to research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, and even has the potential to heal the skin.

The New Bionic Reality: Imprinted Wearables

New dimensions in 3D printing are now possible thanks to a novel process developed at the University of Minnesota. Not only could this give surgical robots the sense of touch, it could embed the human skin with biometric monitoring capabilities.

Stem Cell Aging Theories Put to the Test

Wrinkles and age spots are caused intrinsically, according to new aging theories proposed by Win L. Chiou in The Scientific Pages of Dermatology.

Microbiome Helps Level the Acne Playing Field

Acne may be the result of a flaw in the microbiome's delicate balance. Using new research, microbiome-based markers could be used to diagnose and treat the disease.

[podcast] Age of Inflammation: How Health is Driving the Microbiome Market

"I think millennial women are changing the world by doing something that’s never been done before," says Larry Weiss, M.D. "They're reading labels and asking questions." What are they looking for? Read on and listen in to learn more.

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