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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.
Skin Cancer Increasing at an Alarming Rate With 6 Exclusive Tips on How to Raise Skin Cancer Awareness in Your Community
Only on SkinInc.com: Krista Bourne gives six tips about how skin care professionals can raise skin cancer awareness in their communities and increase their spa's client list in the process.
By: Carl Thornfeldt, MD
They don't happen often, but having a plan to address possible product reactions puts you one step closer to a solution.
By: Carl Thornfeldt, MD, FAAD
From the article "How to Handle a Product Reaction," here are questions that must be included during a client consultation to help ensure a successful outcome.
By: Terri Wojak
The skin care specialist plays a vital role when working with a physician during these services.
The American Society of Plastic Surgery released its annual statistics this week that indicate the cosmetic surgery industry is on the rebound, with 13.1 million procedures performed in 2010.
From the AAD meeting in New Orleans this weekend, Dr. Diane S. Berson explains how skin care can help--not hurt--acne and rosacea-prone skin.
The trend for delaying more expensive, more invasive procedures continues in the medical esthetics field.