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By: Rita Teixeira
Initially, intense pulsed light (IPL) technology was used mainly for photographic purposes. The technology has been changed for use in various fields, such as science, medical esthetics and engineering.
By: Alex R. Thiersch
As with most things in esthetic law, the answer to this question is not simple or clear cut.
By: Danielle Wachowski
Achieving greater knowledge of corrective esthetics via microdermabrasion in today's modern and competitive market is key to successful client results.
By: Gül Ç. Zone
To select the most suitable treatment systems for a client, you must first appreciate the basics of natural skin growth and desquamation.
Recommended by leading industry professionals, blue light therapy can be used both in-office and at-home, and effectively helps alleviate this common skin condition affecting 50 million Americans and 94% of all females.
By: Marc A. Ronert, MD, PhD
Several methods can be used to increase the effectiveness of active ingredients for the skin and overcome the protective barrier.
By: Louis Silberman
Become knowledgeable about treating all skin tones, and share this knowledge with your clients so they can learn about safe and effective treatment options.
By: Heather Elrod
Cold laser therapy—also known as low-level light therapy—has beneficial effects on wrinkles, acne scars, hypertrophic scars, burns and more.
By: Jill Kohler
Reaching higher sales goals starts by educating clients about the remarkable benefits of treatment combinations.
By: Erin Madigan-Fleck
LED help alleviate some of the most common skin conditions encountered in the treatment room.