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The common pain reliever ibuprofen is usually administered in pill form; however, researchers at the University of Warwick and its spinoff company, Medherant, have found a way to put ibuprofen in a skin patch.
Acne patches have been huge in Asia for a decade and now U.S. skin care brands are launching their own versions. So how do they work?
12/9/2015 | Katie Anderson
With acne specifically, the mind-skin link is powerful, but you already know this as a skin care professional. Oftentimes, the skin condition of acne sufferers is treated, but the emotional and psychological issues that can lead to acne are not addressed.
George the Salon has introduced a new facial that combines microcurrent, radio frequency and light therapy to lift and tone skin. The Anti-Gravity Facial ($225, 60 min.) is said to act like "yoga for the face" using microcurrent to shorten, lengthen, tone, and train the muscles to lift or prevent them from falling.
The NCCIH discusses relaxation techniques such as progressive relaxation, guided imagery, biofeedback and more.
12/2/2015 | Katerina Steventon, Ph.D.
The prevalence of adult acne is also increasing. Adult acne affects a significant percentage of women until their late 40s, and “female acne” has recently become a distinguished entity due to pathological factors related to hormones and innate immunity.
Scientists at Kyoto University have used MRI to narrow in on the neural structures behind happiness, and they hope their findings will have larger implications for happiness training.
Despite what some social media sites or beauty blogs share, most skin woes don’t have a magical fix. Some of the most common skin care tips circulating online have been debunked.
12/1/2015 | Lydia Sarfati
While there are many medical and at-home interventions for acne, the treatment room is the ideal setting for acne treatment for many reasons.
12/1/2015 | James S. Beckman, Jr., M.D.
The most successful approach for skin care professionals in managing any skin condition is to develop a basic approach for assessment, diagnosis and then treatment. I encourage all nurses, estheticians and even physicians to develop his/her own rationale for dealing with specific skin conditions.
11/30/2015 | Alicia Cool, M.D.
Acne is a large skin care concern in the United States, particularly in adults. While estheticians are able to treat and prevent a large spectrum of acne, many adults.with severe acne often have to see a dermatologist for prescription antibiotics
Keep clients informed on how to help their skin from becoming irritated in colder weather, especially those who work outdoors.