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Because of increased health, the population is beginning to enjoy increased longevity and quality of life.
Scientists at The University of Texas Health Science Center have reported that a combination of resveratrol, grape seed extract, calcium D-glucarate and ellagic acid may suppress damage that can cause skin cancer.
As the Asian-American population continues to grow in the United States, more esthetic professionals are looking at ways to treat their skin.
By: Jennifer Linder, MD
Find out the causes of hyperpigmentation in darker-skinned clients and the myriad of ingredients to use for treatment.
Aiding scientific researchers by providing raw data numbers focused on acne, www.AcneResearch.org has debuted.
By using sound waves and gold, scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have identified a more accurate way to locate melanoma growth.
A recent session at the American Academy of Dermatology's Summer Academy Meeting 2010 looked at ways vitamins, medications and food may work to help prevent skin cancer.
The Pigmented Lesion and Skin Cancer Clinic will provide a high level of specialized care for melanoma patients.
With summer at its height, now is the time to offer clients timely tips on cellulite and its treatment.
The dermatology experts at NIMA Skin Institute explain several commonly misunderstood skin conditions.