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By: Morag Currin
Diabetic clients who have had this disease for many years have a tendency to develop complicated skin problems.
By: Laura Cooksey
With the correct training, any esthetician can become an acne specialist and achieve high success rates with even the most acne-prone skin.
By: Christine Cowheard
This synthetically produced ingredient mimics the activity of a polypeptide that is found in snake venom ... but does it work?
By: Jennifer Linder, MD
Develop a deeper understanding of the action mechanisms of effective brightening ingredients, products and treatments.
Claudia Aguirre, PhD, from the The International Dermal Institute, offers tips on how to maintain healthy skin through a vitamin-rich food diet.
According to a number of fashion industry watchers, the brand plans to unveil by the end of this month a "Denim Spa" range of jeans with moisturizing, slimming and cellulite-reducing capabilities.
A recent National Psoriasis Foundation/Inspire study finds that lack of support from family and friends drives psoriasis patients to seek advice through social media.
A new treatment features an essential wrinkle-treatment phase that emphasizes restructuring of the entire elastin fiber sequence.
The Journal of Investigative Dermatology says UV lamps typically used for drying nail polish are safe and don't increase skin cancer risk.
By: Noureddine Mriouah
The concept of inflammaging may result in a widespread change in the professional skin care industry.