Most Popular in:
New in Body Treatments (page 10 of 33)
Dermatologists are applying new technologies to add volume to the hand as well as remove dark brown age spots to reverse these telltale signs of aging.
A program was recently introduced that is designed to eliminate the threat of online retail competition and the risk of isolated retail purchases while creating a new sales stream for spas.
Exclusive commentary from Amy Forman Taub, MD, medical director of Advanced Dermatology, founder of Skinfo.com and assistant clinical professor, Northwestern University Medical School, department of dermatology, explains how to identify and treat psoriasis.
By: Jennifer Wild, DO
Combining cosmeceuticals and prescriptions can be effective for your clients, as long as you are aware of what works and what doesn’t.
SpaFinder's Susie Ellis recently played an instrumental role in building the new website spaevidence.com, providing your spa with the ability to find medical research to help support your treatment options, making clients more likely to trust your skin health recommendations and become regular clients. Find out how!
The first study to compare structural and relaxation (Swedish) massage, the trial found that both types of massage worked well, with few side effects.
By: Joan Tomeu
Face it ... the skin on the body needs attention, too.
By: Elaine Sauer and Cassandra Stratton
Discover how this ancient resource can provide a deeply satisfying treatment for your clients and extend your therapists' industry longevity.
By: Rhonda Allison
Simple, results-oriented, male-specific skin care is what today's male client is seeking from your facility.
A recent survey from the ABMP shows the first decline since the inception of the survey.