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Only on www.SkinInc.com: This news item features exclusive commentary by Adam Schaffner, MD, of JUVA Skin & Laser Center in Manhatten explaining how to work with and market to male medical spa and cosmetic surgery clients.
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
Introducing Spa Business Solutions and expanded medical esthetics coverage in every issue.
2011 is a new year and it brings with it new expectations for medical spas and aesthetic plastic surgeons. Is your facility ready to meet these needs this year?
Women are more likely to report use of indoor tanning facilities than men, and some characteristics common to indoor tanners differ by sex, according to a report in the December issue of Archives of Dermatology.
A new survey from Londan retailer Superdrug indicates that women approaching middle age are more determined than ever to look younger. What is the role of your spa in meeting this particular desire in this middle-aged clientele?
The dermatologic organization updates its position on the controversial acne drug.
A survey of patients undergoing skin cancer screening shows that women were more likely to seek screening because of a skin lesion, a family history of skin cancer, or concern about sun exposure, whereas men age 50 and older may only seek screenings after a previous skin cancer diagnosis.
By: Abby Penning
This San Francisco practice manager and esthetician utilizes her diverse background to achieve optimal results.
By: Richard Linder
Basic business components are vital to keep your aesthetic practice a viable, surging success.
By: Catherine Maley
Creating a rapport and developing visual, auditory and kinesthetic elements for consultations can go a long way in wooing potential patients.