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By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS
Proposed in the public option health plan currently being debated in the U.S. Senate, “Botax” would charge a 5% tax not just on Botox, but on all cosmetic medical procedures performed by licensed medical professionals. Dr. Dayan explains the many questionable aspects to this proposal, as well as cosmetic medicine's role in today's society.
As people age, they see more cosmetic changes in their skin and hair, but now more than ever, there are treaments skin care professionals and dermatologists can provides to help lessen these changes.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, and Terri Wojak
Estheticians can help ensure the lasting benefits of medical trends by utilizing their caring, training and know-how.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD and Terri Wojak
Find out more about a prescription eyelash enhancer, as well as those offered through spas, as well.
The American Academy of Dermatology recently offered suggestions on what patients should look for when choosing where to have minimally invasive cosmetic performed.
By: Carol and Rob Trow
Research is vital when investing in any technological spa equipment.
By: Giora Fishman
Light-based treatments may be the key to providing affordable options for clients during the down economy.
Recent research has shown using Botox can help ease the suffering of those experiencing frequent migraines, and a new clinical trial has confirmed the results.
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Effective for basal cell carcinomas, which often show up on the face and neck—the primary areas many skin care professionals are concerned with—a new patch has shown effectiveness as a skin cancer treatment.