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The American Med Spa Association in partnership with True U Esthetics is offering a one-day course on the latest advancements in the esthetic industry.
On July 1, 2014 Judge Stephen Yelenosky ruled that Texas Medical Board (TMB) Rule 193.17 is invalid and remanded it back to the TMB for further proceedings.
In a blog post from Kline & Company, the market researcher shares information on skin care-dispensing physicians and their growing interest in the retailing of these beauty products.
Recession worries may be waning, but for many, the “best for less” mentality still dominates—even in facial plastic surgery.
What if every physician in America offered to care for just one veteran who was wounded defending our freedom for free?
Getting excited over a snazzy pair of Jimmy Choo stilettos is one thing—having your feet surgically altered to wear them is another.
Physicians often benefit greatly from partnering with a highly experienced skin care professional.
Physicians often benefit greatly from partnering with a highly experiences skin care professional.
More than half of consumers are considering a cosmetic skin procedure to improve their appearance, according to just-released survey data from the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.
Licensed esthetician and education director of True U Esthetics, Terri A. Wojak, sat down with the editor of her new book, Aesthetics Exposed: Mastering Skin Care in a Medical Setting and Beyond, to discuss the evolution of the book and the importance of esthetic education.