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3/4/2016 | Jaclyn Strausser
Skin cancer rates continue to rise every year, so it is clear the current approach to sun protection is not enough. It may be time to dig deeper to find out why—and how we can lower the number of malignant and nonmalignant skin cancer incidences.
3/3/2016 | Cynthia Malcom
Before this article discusses vitamin D-deficient skin disorders, correct dosage and the esthetician’s role, it will first provide context to the complexity of UVB exposure through key aspects of human ancestry.
Both men and women are seeking esthetic procedures; non-surgical skin tightening treatments showed the biggest increase, up 58% from a year ago.
As the trend for skin resurfacing continues to grow, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved the Vivace microneedling with radio frequency device.
2/24/2016 | Katie Anderson
This issue of Skin Inc. explores the various stages of life where hormones fluctuate, and the skin might take a beating.
2/23/2016 | Rhonda Allison
As the U.S. population grows, it will become increasingly important to know how to serve a diverse clientele. Every skin has a much deeper story than what meets the surface, and ancestry plays a major role in how the skin will respond to certain ingredients and treatments.
2/18/2016 | Jennifer Wild, D.O.
Hormonal fluctuations are responsible for a multitude of actions in the body, including regulating growth, metabolism, digestion, sleep, and skin function and texture.These fluctuations can result in noticeable changes in the skin, most commonly hyperpigmentation and acne.
2/18/2016 | Terri Wojak
Due to dramatic hormone fluctuations during and after pregnancy, the skin may show some unwanted changes. Skin conditions such as melasma, stretch marks and varicose veins are of the most common issues that clients want treatments for after pregnancy.
There is a growing trend of people wanting their ink to be erased. According to research firm IBISWorld, spending on tattoo removals is still growing and is expected to reach $83.2 million in 2018.
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2/10/2016 | Lydia Sarfati
This article will look at how fluctuating hormones can affect the skin, as well as suggest effective treatments and ingredients to mitigate conditions brought on by these unavoidable hormonal changes. It also will offer suggestions to help soothe perimenopause symptoms such as sleep disruption and hot flashes, which can affect skin health.