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By learning more about chemical peels, you can educate your clients about a procedure that can tackle a number of skin concerns and provide glowing, radiant skin.
Application deadline for the $5,000 2013 Mary Tabacchi Scholarship is April 30.
The pharmaceutical giant is acquiring the skin care portion of SkinMedica's business for $350 million, leaving SkinMedica to spin off its recently purchased Colorescience makeup division.
By combining multiple services and home-care products for a variety of concerns, clients are more likely to be satisfied with the results of their experience at your facility.
Encourage clients to give a gift to themselves—the gift of great skin.
Transaction will boost DermaMed's presence in the anti-aging market.
As the marketplace grows, there is an increased demand for skilled medical esthetic technicians.
Don't be left behind—take steps to retain existing clients with top-notch customer service and marketing practices.
New research indicates that more than 88% of the girls ages 15 to 25 in the United States would change something to their body if that was easily feasible.
Last week, Botox celebrated its 10-year anniversary for FDA approval. Learn how this technology has changed the skin care industry and find out how to best work with Botox to ensure optimal results for your clients.