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By: Rhonda Allison
Some of the ingredients in traditional sunscreens may be detrimental to skin health.
A new virtual race, launching May 1 to kick off National Skin Cancer and Melanoma Awareness Month, is open to anyone who wants to support sun safety and early detection. Get your spa team and clients involved!
Information from In-cosmetics shows more face care products in the U.S. are being launched with SPF and sun care elements.
Only on SkinInc.com: May is Melanoma Awareness Month. Following are five facts about sun damage, including what it causes and how it can be avoided, from Glenn Kolansky, MD, board-certified dermatologist in Red Bank, NJ.
Amy Forman Taub, MD, dermatologist and founder of Advanced Dermatology, shares tips on how developing your own no-tanning pledge can reap client and community benefits while encouraging clients to avoid tanning for healthier lives.
Young girls and guys looking to become the next Kate Moss or David Gandy, are being urged to stay away from tanning beds by the UK fashion community.
By: Abby Penning
After a summer in the sun, consumers are seeking out products to repair sun damage, as well as those that might help prevent future damage.
California become the first state to ban indoor tanning for people younger than 18.
Are Your Clients Addicted to Indoor Tanning? With Exclusive Commentary About How to Wean Clients From Unhealthy Tanning Behaviors
Only on SkinInc.com: A new study suggests that indoor tanners may exhibit brain changes that are similar to drug addicts, suggesting indoor tanning may be addictive. Terri Wojak, director of True University Esthetics, gives advice on how to encourage clients to seek healthier options.
A new Rutgers study strengthens the theory that caffeine guards against certain skin cancers at the molecular level.