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By: Danae Markland
By incorporating the right products into facial massage, treatments can be relaxing and provide results.
Acne is becoming increasingly common in older women. Because of this, client-specific treatment regimens to control acne are a must.
Ethnic skin care specialist Juliette Samuel explains the most important issues when working with darker skin types, and provides tips and tricks for working with ethnic skin.
By: Patricia Ringos Beach and Katie Morgan-Lousky
A Toledo, Ohio, day spa treats clients with cancer, and dehydration is a major skin care concern for this clientele.
By: Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, and Hratch Karamanouk…
The treatment of this skin disorder can be managed by four core principles.
The study notes that nine out of 10 men today use some type of grooming product, but it also notes that many men don't use skin care products unless they have a specific skin issue, and that they tend to still stick to basic products and applications.
Learn more about the skin care conditions related with pregnancy and how they can be treated, exclusively from Richard F. Eisen, MD, and Ramzi W. Saad, MD, of South Shore Skin Center and Spa.
By: Linda Bertaut
Performing meridian treatments and facials provides a peaceful heart and mind by releasing stagnant chi.
By: Lawrence Samuels, MD
Acne is a multifactorial disease that requires clinical finesse and a multifaceted approach to therapy.
By: chemical peels, peels, firmness, fine lines, t…
This month's question: How can I incorporate more peels into my treatment menu—how do I tout their benefits, value, etc.?