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Results from a recent study done in the San Francisco area indicate teens' willingness to pay for treatments and services that will help rid them of, or at least decrease, their acne.
A new study done in Germany has shown acupuncture to help decrease the number of headaches of those who suffer from them chronically, indicating the therapy's usefulness in pain treatments.
Research from the University of South Carolina indicates that those people who have previously had a normally non-fatal form of skin cancer are more likely to develop melanoma or even other more serious cancers.
New developments have recently led to a more effective treatment for those suffering from psoriasis.
A new study has found those exposed to burning incense on a long-term basis seem to be at increased risk for cancers of the respiratory tract.
Nanoparticles may penetrate sun damaged skin causing concern about their increasingly widespread use in sunscreens, according to new research.
By: Peter T. Pugliese, MD
Oxygen is a very effective agent used to treat many skin conditions the esthetician sees almost daily.
Skin cancer diagnoses may be getting easier as scientists have identified the odor the disease produces.
By: Johann W. Wiechers, PhD
The cosmetic industry is an industry that helps people look good and bodily beauty is linked to sex hormones.
Recent reports have found some moisturizers promoted skin cancers in mouse studies, creating a stir in the industry and prompting companies to look into the findings. It is important for spa owners and estheticians to be informed about these findings in order to accurately inform clients about any questions they may have.