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By: Lawrence Samuels, MD
Acne is a multifactorial disease that requires clinical finesse and a multifaceted approach to therapy.
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
Your peers are using science to back up treatment and retail recommendations.
Read an excerpt of "Sun", one of the four lessons covered by the new video education offering from Skin Inc. magazine, featuring world-renowned dermatologist Zoe Draelos, MD, and based on the popular book, Physiology of the Skin, Third Edition.
Muscle stem cells from healthy, young mice caused aging, frail mice to look and act younger.
Read an excerpt of "Acne", one of the four lessons covered by the new video education offering from Skin Inc. magazine, featuring world-renowned dermatologist Zoe Draelos, MD, and based on the popular Physiology of the Skin, Third Edition book.
By: Ivana Veljkovic
Cutting-edge ingredients are often the result of new technology behind tried-and-true formulations.
By: Terri A. Wojak
The ability to perform manual lymphatic drainage makes you an asset to a spa or medical practice.
By: Barbara Salomone
This taboo habit is destructive for your clients' overall health, and it also disrupts their skin care goals.
The National Psoriasis Foundation Medical Board has released new recommendations for the treatment of psoriasis in pregnant and lactating women.
Researchers have developed a new genetic screening tool that will aid in the investigation of possible treatments for patients with melanoma and the unique genetic mutations that may accompany the disease.