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May
26
2011

Similar Attitudes Toward Beauty Exist Across Different Latitudes—With Exclusive Commentary About How These Attitudes Can Guide Your Medical Esthetics Business

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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.

May
23
2011

Lack of Gatekeeper Protein Linked to Skin Cancer

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New research identifies a protein that plays an important role in skin cancer prevention.

May
11
2011

New Technology Presents Alternative to Botox: Freezing Wrinkles

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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.

May
04
2011

ASPS Releases Guidelines to Promote Ethical Interactions

Interactions between physicians and the medical industry are necessary to enhance the practice of medicine. These guidelines works to ensure these interactions take place in an ethical manner.

May
02
2011

Today is Melanoma Monday; New Survey Results Releases on Indoor Tanning Trends

New survey results released by the American Academy of Dermatology indicate that young women need a lesson in the dangers of indoor tanning. These results mark Melanoma Monday, the official launch of Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month.

Apr
29
2011

Teens and Melanoma

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By: Carl Thornfeldt, MD, FAAD

It is more important than ever for skin care professionals to spread the word to teen clients about the dangers of sun exposure and the possibility of melanoma.

Apr
07
2011

Men Major Force in Face Lift Increase--With Exclusive Commentary From Stephen Baker, MD, About Male Patient Motivations

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Only on SkinInc.com: Exclusive commentary from Stephen B. Baker, MD, FACS, Georgetown University Hospital plastic surgeon, about the male patient's motivations for seeking out appearance improvement.

Apr
05
2011

Demand for Plastic Surgery Rebounds by Almost 9%

According to the ASAPS, patients who put off surgery because of financial uncertainty are coming back to explore surgical and nonsurgical options.