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The Independent Healthcare Advisory Services (IHAS) and the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (Baaps) have criticized procedures like breast enhancement, face lifts and Botox being offered through competitions
By: Zoe Draelos, MD, and Peter T. Pugliese, MD
Take an in-depth look at these common-yet-effective skin care treatments.
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
Play an important role in educating clients and consumers on sun protection.
Unless effectively controlled, rosacea can play havoc on job interactions and employment.
Only on SkinInc.com: Sam Rizk, MD, New York plastic surgeon, explains the details of a teen rhinoplasty operation in a Teen Rhinoplasty Checklist, as well as the motivations and warning signs from this fragile patient demographic.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, Tracy L. Drumm and Terri …
In order for clients to get the most out of your treatments, they need to nurture their skin from the inside, as well as the outside.
Similar Attitudes Toward Beauty Exist Across Different Latitudes—With Exclusive Commentary About How These Attitudes Can Guide Your Medical Esthetics Business
Only on SkinInc.com: Silvia Schweickart, brand manager, Filler & Toxin Portfolio, for Merz Pharmaceuticals GmbH, explains the results of the Face Value Beauty Survey and women's attitudes toward beauty, and how they translate into your medical esthetics business.
New research identifies a protein that plays an important role in skin cancer prevention.
Many new technologies have been developed to rejuvenate the aging face. One of the most successful techniques is the use of fillers to replace lost bone, subcutaneous fat and collagen on the face.
A new technology that has yet to be FDA-approved utilizes cryoneuromodulation to freeze wrinkles, possibly providing a wrinkle-reduction alternative for patients who dislike botulinum toxin.