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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?
Blistex recently released information from its Grooming Routine Survey that indicates a small percentage of clients use sunscreen on their lips.
American Academy of Pediatrics Supports Legislation to Ban Children From Tanning Beds: With Exclusive Commentary About How to Convert Clients Who Tan
Only on SkinInc.com: Jennifer Wild, DO, provides information about how to turn tanning-bed junkies into safer, healthier clients by taking on the role of skin care mentor.
Skin Cancer Increasing at an Alarming Rate With 6 Exclusive Tips on How to Raise Skin Cancer Awareness in Your Community
Only on SkinInc.com: Krista Bourne gives six tips about how skin care professionals can raise skin cancer awareness in their communities and increase their spa's client list in the process.
By: Jennifer Wild, DO
As the most common cause of aging skin, finding the solution for sun damage can impress--and retain--clients.
Eating Vegetables Can Give Your Clients a Healthy Tan With Exclusive Commentary on How to Customize Nutrition Recommendations for Clients
Only on SkinInc.com: Nutrition expert Pat Lam explains how to customize nutrition recommendations for clients, helping them consume a healthy diet rich in fruits and vegetables for a golden glow and increased skin health.
New research indicates that men cite two main reasons for not wearing sunscreen on a daily basis. Work with your male clients to identify the ideal sunscreen for men and consider offering it in your retail area.
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.