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By: Terri A. Wojak
The ability to perform manual lymphatic drainage makes you an asset to a spa or medical practice.
Although this issue is the last Medical Esthetics E-Newsletter, don't miss out on the medical esthetic news in every issue of Skin Inc. E-Newsletter.
Chemical peels can offer an affordable alternative for clients looking for a refreshed look. Find out the answers to common client questions about chemical peels, as well as exclusive information about light- and medium-depth chemical peels from Susan Stuart, MD.
The National Psoriasis Foundation Medical Board has released new recommendations for the treatment of psoriasis in pregnant and lactating women.
Facial Disfigurements Negatively Impact Job Applicants—With Exclusive Advice About How to Work With These Types of Clients
Only on SkinInc.com: A new study from Rice University indicates that interviewers remembered less about candidates with birthmarks, scars and other facial disfigurements when recalling the interview process. Find out from makeup artist Noreen Young how to best work with these clients in your skin care facility.
Instead of adding to their current features, male cosmetic surgery clients often prefer subtle adjustments to their existing features.
By: Louis Silberman
These four skin rejuvenation services can help your clients battle the forces of winter skin.
Some children have a higher risk of invasive melanoma than adults.
There are a variety of treatments that your skin care facility help rejuvenate clients with this concern.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS, Tracy L. Drumm and …
Help clients look their best during the holidays--it can result in regular appointments throughout the year.