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According to the ASAPS, patients who put off surgery because of financial uncertainty are coming back to explore surgical and nonsurgical options.
New research from Merz Aesthetics polled women outside the United States to find out what they believe makes women beautiful and what role aesthetic procedures has in keeping them beautiful. Can your clients attain and keep healthy skin from the services offered in your facility?
Survey Reveals Perceptions of Teens With Acne--With Exclusive Commentary About How to Begin Acne Treatment for Teens
Only on SkinInc.com: In this age of instant photo posting to Facebook, teens suffer from negative perceptions due to acne more than ever. Rayda Ireifej, owner of The Brow and Skin Studio, provides exclusive commentary on how to begin treating this delicate clientele in your skin care facility.
A report from Kline & Company notes the rebound of the professional skin care products market, with particular strength in medical care brands and an increase in those following multichannel strategies.
A basic understanding of the physics of lasers and how laser light interacts with skin is essential information for any esthetician who plans to move ahead in this industry. Estheticians need to understand the basics of laser science and to appreciate the wide range of its applications to skin care.
By Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS, Tracy L. Drumm and T…
Find out from a physician, esthetician and marketing expert how recommending home-care products is essential to treatment success.
The drug Yervoy was introduced to help extend survival in late-stage skin cancer.
A recent study in the Archives of Dermatology reveals that wealthy young American women and teens in California have a much higher risk of skin cancer. Is yours a spa in California, or elsewhere, that can help spread the word to young clients about how to prevent this deadly disease?
Find out how electricity is being used through both equipment and topical skin care to provide solutions for aging skin.
According to a recent study, new evidence indicates that atopic dermatitis could be a precursor to allergic diseases rather than a consequence of them.