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A new technology that has yet to be FDA-approved utilizes cryoneuromodulation to freeze wrinkles, possibly providing a wrinkle-reduction alternative for patients who dislike botulinum toxin.
New survey results released by the American Academy of Dermatology indicate that young women need a lesson in the dangers of indoor tanning. These results mark Melanoma Monday, the official launch of Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month.
By: Cathy Christensen
Make copies of this PDF to hand out to clients and at consumer events to do your part in increasing skin cancer awareness in your community.
By: Carl Thornfeldt, MD, FAAD
It is more important than ever for skin care professionals to spread the word to teen clients about the dangers of sun exposure and the possibility of melanoma.
Hot New Ingredient: Cinnamomum subavenium Found to Safely Whiten Skin—With Exclusive Commentary About How Skin-lightening Works and the Most Effective Skin-lightening Ingredients
Only on SkinInc.com: Actives derived from the evergreen bush Cinnamomum subavenium may be employed to safely and more effectively lighten the skin than current actives. Exclusive commentary follows explaining how skin lightening works and what ingredients are most effective for your clients.
Only on SkinInc.com: Exclusive commentary and photos from the National Rosacea Society can help professionals decipher the symptoms of rosacea from other skin conditions, such as acne and sun damage, leading your client down the road of recovery more quickly.
Survey Reveals Perceptions of Teens With Acne--With Exclusive Commentary About How to Begin Acne Treatment for Teens
Only on SkinInc.com: In this age of instant photo posting to Facebook, teens suffer from negative perceptions due to acne more than ever. Rayda Ireifej, owner of The Brow and Skin Studio, provides exclusive commentary on how to begin treating this delicate clientele in your skin care facility.
By: Jimm Harrison
Essential oils can help treat clients’ ailments in a natural way, but it’s all in how they are used.
A basic understanding of the physics of lasers and how laser light interacts with skin is essential information for any esthetician who plans to move ahead in this industry. Estheticians need to understand the basics of laser science and to appreciate the wide range of its applications to skin care.
The drug Yervoy was introduced to help extend survival in late-stage skin cancer.