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9/30/2015 | Jennifer Linder, M.D.
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9/18/2015 | Katie Anderson
Beauty is personal. We all have different skin issues, favorite products and application techniques, and clients are no different.
A study by JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery found micro-focused ultrasound treatment to tighten and lift skin on the face and neck appeared to be safe for patients with darker skin types.
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9/4/2015 | Lisa Shor
Fashion and makeup trends seem to move enigmatically in and out of style each year, whether sparked by some iconic Hollywood starlet, or a subconscious manifestation of social or economic trends. The fluctuations in beauty standards over the years are not as random as they seem.
9/4/2015 | Katerina Steventon, Ph.D.
Enzymatic exfoliation has seen a slight decline lately, but it has a place, in particular for those skin types where mechanical and alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) exfoliation is too strong.
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