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Like fashion and food, facial treatments are subject to the latest trends, all in the quest for ageless beauty and a healthy appearance. So what's next?
5/18/2015 | Lydia Sarfati
Despite the huge number of people who have rosacea, most have little knowledge of it. the good news i that the condition can be managed and minimized with thoughtful expert skin care.
High interest and innovation intersect, causing the skin care device market to continue to grow.
5/15/2015 | Linda Bertaut
A link between inner and outer beauty, properly trained estheticians are licensed to touch, and can provide treatments and programs that help clients heal mentally.
Recent survey results confirm the continued growth of the role men play in the spa and beauty industry.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the dermal filler, Bellafill from Suneva Medical, Inc., for the treatment of acne scars.
5/7/2015 | Beth Bialko
Many clients have a long list of reasons not to use adequate sun protection, but the practice is one that will not only preserve the youthful appearance of the client's skin, but may ultimately prevent skin disease.
Sensitive skin should not keep your clients from wearing sunscreen, during the summer months. Dermatology experts say individuals with sensitive skin can use sunscreens and avoid irritation or allergic reactions.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a nonsurgical treatment for what is commonly referred to as a “double chin.”
Adequately applying sunscreen to your own back can be a difficult task—the American Academy of Dermatology says, find a family member or friend who has your back.
In recognition of Skin Cancer Awareness Month and Melanoma Monday, observed today, May 4, the American Academy of Dermatology is asking the public, "Who's Got Your Back?"
More than a third of New Jersey high school students who engage in indoor tanning would find it hard to stop the practice, and are more likely to smoke and to engage in social media activities related to indoor tanning.