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This season's palette is soft and fresh, and skin care professionals can jump for joy this season—the runways fully embraced a clean, natural complexion.
3/3/2015 | Jennifer Wild, DO
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3/3/2015 | Lydia Sarfati
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2/17/2015 | Mark Lees, PhD, MS
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The micro-focused ultrasound therapy, known as ultherapy, effectively lifts and tightens skin on the eyebrow and neck and under the chin without adverse effects for patients of all ages, according to a new study.
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While some initial research studies have shown trendy treatments to be effective, dermatologists remain cautious about recommending them over proven therapies.
In a groundbreaking new study, University of California, Los Angeles researchers have discovered that children of melanoma survivors are not adhering optimally to sun protection recommendations.