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Microwave Energy Approved for Hair Removal of All Colors

Miramar Labs announced the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approved the miraDry system for permanent reduction of unwanted underarm hair of all colors.

Are You Multi-masking?

Have you heard of multi-masking? This concept may have been used by estheticians for years, but it is gaining popularity with consumers all over the country.

A Potential New Era in Eczema Treatment

A study confirmed the efficacy in utilizing a rheumatoid arthritis drug to treat patients with moderate to severe eczema.

Vitamin D for Healthy Skin

Skin Inc. talked to Marina Peredo, M.D., dermatologist at Skinfluence NYC, on the significance of vitamin D to skin and overall body health.

Enhancing Spa Treatments With Essential Oils

Adding essential oils and aromatherapy to a spa treatment is one way to customize an appointment, creating a more effective experience for clients.

UK Spas Step Up to At-home Competition

Consumers are turning to at-home spa treatments instead of regular visits to their esthetician, according to Charlotte Libby, senior beauty analyst at Mintel.

Harrah's and Jindilli Offer Poolside Treatment

Harrah’s Las Vegas has partnered with Jindilli to offer a new poolside treatment. The Hand & Foot Bliss Massage is offered for either 20 and 40 minutes, featuring Jindill’s Lime Sugar Scrub and Hydra-Opulence lotion.

New Psoriasis Treatment Shows Higher Results

A phase II study shows a new drug, guselkumab has greater value to treat psoriasis.

Electric Fields Spark Skin Rejuvenation

A team of researchers developed a non-invasive technique using pulsed electric fields to stimulate the secretion of new collagen and capillaries in skin, generating new skin tissue growth.

Study Suggests Citrus Consumption Linked to Melanoma Risk

A recent study suggests a possible link between the consumption of citrus and an increased risk of malignant melanoma.

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