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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.
By: Zoe Draelos, MD, and Peter T. Pugliese, MD
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By: Ahmed Abdullah, MD, FACS
Propelled by positive word-of-mouth, are peptides all they're cracked up to be?
By: Joan Tomeu
Face it ... the skin on the body needs attention, too.
The new measures clarify the effectiveness of sunscreen products and help ensure their proper labeling and manufacture.
Unless effectively controlled, rosacea can play havoc on job interactions and employment.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, Tracy L. Drumm and Terri …
In order for clients to get the most out of your treatments, they need to nurture their skin from the inside, as well as the outside.
New research identifies a protein that plays an important role in skin cancer prevention.