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Statistics gathered during the last several years indicate a rise in the overall number of cosmetic and aesthetic surgeries; however, the percentage of teenagers—those 18 and younger—having cosmetic surgery has remained relatively constant.
Allured Books will donate 5% of every purchase of the book to cancer research.
Procedures such as Botox injections, skin resurfacing, hair removal and laser lipolysis are seen as some of the fastest growers.
By: Rocio Yaffar
The first of this two-part series addresses how estheticians can collaborate with physicians to enjoy greater financial benefits.
Called “Psophisticated Style: A Guide to Everyday Style and Psoriasis,” the online resource provides fashion tips to those suffering from psoriasis.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS
With the exploding popularity of facial fillers, it’s time to start a dialogue on the best way to treat any complications.
As the Asian-American population continues to grow in the United States, more esthetic professionals are looking at ways to treat their skin.
Aiding scientific researchers by providing raw data numbers focused on acne, www.AcneResearch.org has debuted.
By using sound waves and gold, scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have identified a more accurate way to locate melanoma growth.
The Pigmented Lesion and Skin Cancer Clinic will provide a high level of specialized care for melanoma patients.