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By: Jennifer Wild, DO
Your clients can improve their skin health through both topical and internal means.
Are Your Clients Addicted to Indoor Tanning? With Exclusive Commentary About How to Wean Clients From Unhealthy Tanning Behaviors
Only on SkinInc.com: A new study suggests that indoor tanners may exhibit brain changes that are similar to drug addicts, suggesting indoor tanning may be addictive. Terri Wojak, director of True University Esthetics, gives advice on how to encourage clients to seek healthier options.
A new Rutgers study strengthens the theory that caffeine guards against certain skin cancers at the molecular level.
By: Christian Jurist, MD
Find out how to identify rosacea and help clients who suffer from this devastating condition.
By: Ada Polla
Include skin science facts in discussions with clients to solidify your place as their skin care expert.
For people of color particularly, dermatologists are stressing the importance of seeking care early to get the best results from treatment.
Exclusive commentary from Amy Forman Taub, MD, medical director of Advanced Dermatology, founder of Skinfo.com and assistant clinical professor, Northwestern University Medical School, department of dermatology, explains how to identify and treat psoriasis.
By: Morag Currin
Skin care professionals have to not only work to identify melanoma during treatments, they also have to know how to work with skin being treated for this deadly cancer.
The first study to compare structural and relaxation (Swedish) massage, the trial found that both types of massage worked well, with few side effects.
This source of antioxidants offers potential anti-aging properties that could be used in cosmetic and nutraceutical formulations.