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Getting excited over a snazzy pair of Jimmy Choo stilettos is one thing—having your feet surgically altered to wear them is another.
Find out why skin-tightening is desired, what devices are most popular and how to implement them.
More than half of consumers are considering a cosmetic skin procedure to improve their appearance, according to just-released survey data from the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.
Become knowledgeable about treating all skin tones, and share this knowledge with your clients so they can learn about safe and effective treatment options.
The American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery, Inc. has officially launched "New Beginnings: Radiation Mark Removal Program," a national philanthropic campaign offering free radiation mark removal for cancer patients.
There are many areas in which an esthetician, dermatologist and plastic surgeon can work together.
It is important for you to stay educated in your industry, as well as dermatology and plastic surgery, so you can help answer this question with unbiased honesty.
Reaching higher sales goals starts by educating clients about the remarkable benefits of treatment combinations.
The number of people undergoing cosmetic plastic surgery plummeted after the economic recession of 2008, but the most recent figures suggest that a double-digit comeback is underway.
Today, Allergan, Inc. announced that Botox has received the license for the temporary improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe crow's-feet lines.