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Sciton Celebrates 20 Years of Business

The medical laser and light system manufacturer focused first on facial revitalization techniques and has grown to include lasers that can be used for hair removal, vaginal rejuvenation and acne treatments.

Medical Tourism Takes Cosmetic Procedures Worldwide

Patients are beginning to be more willing to travel to the end of the earth for their cosmetic and other medical procedures. Medical tourism, a now booming travel industry, is here to stay.

Study Shows Nursing Shortages and Surpluses by State

In a recent Georgetown Universty study, nurse shortages were projected for the east and west coast by 2025, where the middle of the country will see a surplus.

3 Keys to Boost Your Medical Spa Profits With Retail

Medical spa treatments and procedures will always be the bread and butter of your practice, but retail product sales have a vital place in the overall success of your business.

Ask the Esthy: "Now or Never" Clients

In this month's Ask the Esthy column, Lori Crete discusses clients seeking immediate bookings.

Palace Resorts Announces Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

Palace Resorts will open a Le Blanc Spa Resort this fall in the Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula area.

Groupon Puts Prosecco in Polish

Groupon UK launches edible, prosecco-flavored nail polish that mimics the appearance of bubbles when shaken well.

‘Mommy Makeovers’ Offered at Granite Bay Cosmetic Surgery

The California-based center includes popular medical spa treatments, such as filler injections, CoolSculpting fat reduction, Botox, skin resurfacing and MiraDry sweat reduction.

Face & Body Northern California 2017 Registration Opens

Registration has opened for Face & Body Northern California 2017, which will take place from August 26-28 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.

Wake Foot Sanctuary Explores New Markets

Wake Foot Sanctuary has announced plans to franchise their brand of foot soak spa in hopes of expanding.

Smile: Juvéderm Approved for Laugh Lines

Shown to last up to 18 months, Juvéderm Vollure XC was approved by the U.S Food and Drug Administration for injection in laugh lines in adults over the age of 21.

Scar Treatment Market to Hit $34.5 Billion by 2025

A recent report has indicated that the scar treatment market will hit $34.5 billion by 2025. Technology advancements and rise in esthetics have attributed to the growth.

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