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Video: What is Your Exfoliation IQ?

In this Face & Body Northern California video, Susanne Schmaling demonstrates her physical exfoliation method and what you should consider in your treatments.

Removing Hair During Cancer Care

When dealing with a client with cancer, a lot more thought needs to be put into these hair removal services. This article discusses safety precautions to take with hair removal before surgery, during chemotherapy, during biological therapy and during hormone therapy, as well as additional health considerations.

Psoriasis Injectable Approved by FDA With Stipulations

The FDA has approved a possible treatment for adults with moderate-to-severe psoriasis. Although showing positive changes in reducing symptoms, the FDA has warned of potentially fatal side effects.

Non-Invasive Cellulite Option Lasts Up to 3 Years

Cellfina cuts off cellulite at its source, for a relatively pain-free and non-invasive option to reduce dimpled and puckered skin that affects at least 85% of U.S. women.

Telehealth: Skin Care Just a Few Clicks Away

Telehealth is a new technological alternative to traditional health care through a screen. Professionals, specifically dermatologists, have an easier time connecting with patients who need help with their skin, but may not have the proper income or access to the care.

SPF Debate Puts Derms to the Test

Is the word we're spreading about sunscreen efficacy wrong? A new paper in the Journal of the American Medical Association thinks so. It holds that SPF values above 30 do make a difference.

Hands Off: Non-Invasive Procedures Here to Stay

Younger patients with busier lives are incorporating non-invasive treatments without a long downtime into their routines as a form of “prejuvination” to prevent signs of aging altogether.

Top 5 Tips for Safe, Effective Laser Hair Reduction

As the demand for laser treatments increase, so does the demand for qualified professionals. Following these five steps could be the difference between a safe or harmful treatment as well as an effective or non-effective treatment.

VIDEO: Debunk Essential Oil Misinformation

Did you know that there is misinformation circulating in the consumer market surrounding essential oils? Aromatherapy has been a modern science since the 1960s, but a recent gain in popularity has led to rumors surrounding its use.

Massage Therapy Effective in Reducing MS Pain

In a pilot study done by The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), massage therapy showed to work in reducing symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis (MS) in combination with conventional MS treatment.

Video: 7 Steps to the Perfect Eyebrow

As we know all too well, the perfect brow is not about one technique versus another. Rather, it is about the perfect combination of a number of techniques. Who better to demonstrate those techniques together than Chella.

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