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A new Rutgers study strengthens the theory that caffeine guards against certain skin cancers at the molecular level.
By: Morag Currin
Skin care professionals have to not only work to identify melanoma during treatments, they also have to know how to work with skin being treated for this deadly cancer.
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
Play an important role in educating clients and consumers on sun protection.
The new measures clarify the effectiveness of sunscreen products and help ensure their proper labeling and manufacture.
At the beginning on this Memorial Day weekend, today is a great day to remind clients about the hazards of overexposure to sunlight and how to prevent it.
Parents and peers are both motivators for teen girls and young women who use tanning beds. How can you help defend your clients against these poor influences?
New survey results released by the American Academy of Dermatology indicate that young women need a lesson in the dangers of indoor tanning. These results mark Melanoma Monday, the official launch of Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month.
By: Carl Thornfeldt, MD, FAAD
It is more important than ever for skin care professionals to spread the word to teen clients about the dangers of sun exposure and the possibility of melanoma.
Only on SkinInc.com: Lisa Wilson-Foley and Tina O' Dannel of Apple Rehab Sport & Spa in Avon, CT, explain how to answer client questions about whether makeup containing SPF benefits is worth the price, as well as how best to apply it.
A recent study in the Archives of Dermatology reveals that wealthy young American women and teens in California have a much higher risk of skin cancer. Is yours a spa in California, or elsewhere, that can help spread the word to young clients about how to prevent this deadly disease?