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Log on to the World Talk Radio online program Skin Health TODAY to hear Skin Inc. magazine editor in chief Melinda Taschetta-Millane discuss facial products and treatment trends.
By: Priyanka Bhattacharya
Indian men’s spending on specialized skin care is increasing as their drive for youthful looks and grasp of changing beauty standards grow.
Results from a recent study done in the San Francisco area indicate teens' willingness to pay for treatments and services that will help rid them of, or at least decrease, their acne.
By: Peter T. Pugliese, MD
Oxygen is a very effective agent used to treat many skin conditions the esthetician sees almost daily.
By: Sharon McQuillan, MD
Future esthetic procedures will result in a variety of options for maintaining a youthful appearance.
Information on new minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatments was recently presented at the American Academy of Dermatology's (AAD) Summer Meeting, discussing successful procedures and possible treatment combinations.
The NPD Group, Inc. market research company reports that white and Hispanic women are the most likely users of sunscreen products.
By: Ben Johnson, MD
Examining exfoliation and its potential effects on the skin shows a different side to this skin care strategy.
Carbon dioxide laser resurfacing can be effective as a long-term treatment for wrinkles, according to researchers from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Skin Inc. magazine is holding its next webinar August 12, 2008, featuring information on treatments for teen skin and acne.