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Jun
26
2008

A New Look at Cellulite, Part 1

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By: Peter T. Pugliese, MD

Discover the mechanism and causes of cellulite in order to understand how to treat it.

Jun
26
2008

Growth of Less Invasive Cosmetic Procedures Expected to Continue

Recent reports released from organizations such as the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society of Dermatological Surgery indicate less-invasive cosmetic procedures will continue to grow in popularity, possibly leading to the need for more risk management.

Jun
25
2008

Parabens, Carcinogens and Certified Organic Ingredients

By: Rebecca James Gadberry

This noted industry guru answers readers' questions on a variety of ingredient-related topics.

Jun
24
2008

AAD Teams Up with Major League Baseball for Sun Care Awareness

Promoting its Play Sun Smart campaign, the American Academy of Dermatology is partnering with Major League Baseball to help encourage baseball fans and players to be more aware of skin care when out in the sun.

Jun
23
2008

Dark Circle Relief, Pro Ingredient Listing Laws, Naturals Defined and PABA

By: Rebecca James Gadberry

This noted industry guru answers readers' questions on various ingredient related topics.

Jun
23
2008

Stress and the Skin

By: Kirsten Sheridan

Help your clients manage the everyday stressors that can contribute to poor health and unwanted skin conditions.

Jun
19
2008

Report Shows Nanoparticles in Cosmetics and Sun Care Safe

Research released by scientists at L'Oreal in collaboration with researchers at the University of Queensland, Australia, indicates nanoparticles are not harmful to health and actually aid in protecting again skin cancer.

Jun
18
2008

Massage and Medicine

By: Barbara Kohn

The beneficial effects of massage therapy are being researched and accepted like never before.

Jun
16
2008

Supplements Rise in Effective Sun Care

Recent research on protecting the skin from sun damage indicates supplements such as beta-carotene and lycopene are useful tools in combating UV rays.

Jun
13
2008

The Particulars of Probiotics

By: Rebecca James Gadberry

Learn how this friendly bacteria can help your clients, both internally and externally.