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As a spa professional, you are in a unique position to be able to help clients identify skin cancer. Be sure to make note of any marks that appear odd, according to the information in this piece, and be sure to recommend a visit to the dermatologist if it is in order. Also, make sure that clients perform the home skin care checks as advised in this piece.
A survey of patients undergoing skin cancer screening shows that women were more likely to seek screening because of a skin lesion, a family history of skin cancer, or concern about sun exposure, whereas men age 50 and older may only seek screenings after a previous skin cancer diagnosis.
A new study suggests that the popular hyaluronic filler may positively influence the way clients are seen in the world.
Laser treatments often are used to rejuvenate the skin, although the underlying processes have remained mostly unexplained. However, research from the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in the Netherlands suggests the laser's heat rather than its light is the mechanism behind skin rejuvenation.
By: Tracy L. Drumm
Developments in the market have created a new position for laser hair removal treatments.
By: Elise Oberliesen
Find out what tactics can help your laser hair removal business make more money.
By: Rocio Yaffar
Essential oils and body treatment techniques can help enhance patients' medical esthetic results and complement a physician's practice.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Botox injection to prevent headaches in adult patients with chronic migraine.
Read a free excerpt of the organization's fourth edition of "Understanding Melanoma: What You Need to Know."
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.