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Mar
19
2012

Psoriasis Clients Must Be Aware of Potential Link to Other Diseases

Recent information warns that the excessive inflammation common with psoriasis is also a characteristic in other serious diseases. Be sure to let your clients with psoriasis know to monitor themselves closely for signs of the diseases mentioned in this news item.

Feb
28
2012

Mastering the Treatment of Melasma

Because melasma is a chronic condition with high rates of recurrence, clients who are predisposed to developing melasma may find current treatment modalities needlessly frustrating and difficult.
By: Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, and Hratch Karamanouk…

The treatment of this skin disorder can be managed by four core principles.

Feb
28
2012

Physiology of the Skin: Aging and Inflammation

Physiology of the Skin: Inflammation and Aging
By: Peter T. Pugliese, MD, and Michael Pugliese

Chronic inflammation is a key player in skin aging.

Feb
08
2012

Only on SkinInc.com: Beautiful Skin During and After Pregnancy

pregnant skin care and spa client

Learn more about the skin care conditions related with pregnancy and how they can be treated, exclusively from Richard F. Eisen, MD, and Ramzi W. Saad, MD, of South Shore Skin Center and Spa.

Feb
06
2012

10 Minutes of Massage Reduces Muscle Inflammation

spa client getting a massage

Recent research indicates that massage holds the potential to help clients with inflammation-related chronic conditions, such as arthritis or muscular dystrophy.

Feb
02
2012

NPF Releases Treatment Guidelines Plaque Psoriasis

The National Psoriasis Foundation recently published guidelines for the manage of plaque psoriasis, the most prevalent form of the disease.

Jan
30
2012

Controversial Ingredients: Setting the Record Straight

By: Ada Polla and Anne Pouillot

Learn the truth in order to separate fact from opinion for your clients.

Jan
30
2012

A Multifaceted Approach to Acne

acne patient
By: Lawrence Samuels, MD

Acne is a multifactorial disease that requires clinical finesse and a multifaceted approach to therapy.