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Researchers report finding that the type of skin pigment predominantly found in red-haired, fair-skinned individuals may itself contribute to the development of melanoma.
Recent studies have taken place examining the patterns and timing of sunlight exposure and how each is related to two nonmelanoma skin cancers -- basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.
By: Carl Thornfeldt, MD
Help clients understand the upcoming label changes and make good decisions about the products they purchase.
By: Cathy Christensen
The article "Is Your Sunscreen Doing More Harm Than Good?" sparked a lot of recent debate. What standpoint are you going to support and share with your clients?
This issue is coming to light after two Tacoma, Washington, students suffer severe sunburns due to a school policy that doesn't allow the application of sunscreen without a doctor's note.
Kelly Richardson of B.Bronz shares tips and advice regarding the safety of spray tanning in your skin care facility.
We have received multiple letters about this May article. Check out the debate on our Facebook page and weigh in on your thoughts behind this hot topic.
The Friday before Memorial Day has been designated by the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention as Don't Fry Day, urging people to take measures to reduce skin cancer rates, which are more than the new cases of breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined.
A new survey shows that most men are lax when it comes to proper sun protection and are unsure how to examine their skin for cancer. Exclusive commentary from Nikki Miller, lead esthetician at Kohler Waters Spa, explains how to help foster better skin care—and sun care—habits in male clients.
The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) has decided to extend the compliance dates six months for the sunscreen labeling and testing requirements in the interest of protecting public health.