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Women are more likely to report use of indoor tanning facilities than men, and some characteristics common to indoor tanners differ by sex, according to a report in the December issue of Archives of Dermatology.
If your spa is in a mountainous region or an area that experiences lots of snow, consider increasing your sun awareness education and efforts, especially during the winter. As found in this study, UV levels are as high in the snow as on the beach, so clients in snowy regions should be encouraged to take extra sun protection precautions.
Two recent studies show how the use of sunless tanning products can result in less UV radiation for women.
The PBA investigates the recent controversy behind UV exposure from nail lamps, finding that they may not be dangerous after all.
The Pigmented Lesion and Skin Cancer Clinic will provide a high level of specialized care for melanoma patients.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Shade Structure Grant Program, the American Academy of Dermatology has awarded 37 new grants to parks in Chicago and elsewhere around the country.
Though much of skin cancer news focuses on fair-skinned individuals, it is important to remember those with dark skin are equally as susceptible to melanoma and other skin cancers.
Teaming up with self-tan brand St. Tropez, ITEC offers the education for spa professionals who operate their own clinic or have a home-visiting practice.
Promote the importance of wearing hats for sun protection tomorrow ... and throughout the year.
New research finds that people who use any type of tanning bed for any amount of time are 74% more likely to develop melanoma.