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AAD Statement on Costs of Skin Cancer Treatment

American Academy of Dermatology President Brett M. Coldiron, MD, FAAD, responds to a recent CDC study.

The Tanning Van Brings Mobile Spray Tanning to South California

A business in Southern California, The Tanning Van, will bring convenient spray tanning to the customer in a spacious and tailor-made cargo van.

New York Wellness Center Provides Dry Salt Therapy

Breathe Easy’s Wellness Center has officially opened at One Park Avenue, providing thousands of adults and children Dry Salt Therapy.

Skin Cancer Foundation Educating Students on Sun Safety

The Skin Cancer Foundation is teaching middle school and high school students about the importance of proper sun protection through its youth education program, Sun Smart U.

Surveyed Women: Youthful Face More Important Than Youthful Body

According to the results of a national survey, nearly 60% of women surveyed, ages 21–65 say they'd rather have a more youthful looking face than a more youthful looking body.

Tanning Bed Availability High on College Campuses

Among the top 125 colleges on a list compiled by U.S. News & World Report, 48% have indoor tanning facilities either on campus or in off-campus housing.

What is Causing Your Clients’ Eye Issues?

Unfortunately, the eyes are often the first area to show signs of aging due to the difference in skin structure.

Preteen Acne: Younger AND Younger Clients?

During changes or spikes in hormones, such as during puberty, the sebaceous glands produce more oil.

Treating the Neck & Décolleté

It is important to distinguish the ways in which the skin on the neck and chest vary from that of the face.

Is Investing in IPL a Good Move for Your Spa?

Initially, intense pulsed light (IPL) technology was used mainly for photographic purposes. The technology has been changed for use in various fields, such as science, medical esthetics and engineering.

Understanding Nutrients, Deficiencies and Skin Conditions

Recently, the cases of nutrition-related health disorders have risen substantially, making gastrointestinal disorders—such as celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn’s disease—and inflammatory skin conditions—such as eczema, psoriasis, acne and rosacea—commonplace.

Minimizing Skin Cancer Risk for Outdoor Workers

Skin cancer is one of the biggest fears for one in two outdoor workers and when the boss and staff work together the sun safe message gets through, a Queensland University of Technology (QUT) study has found.

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