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Acne Causes Teens to Keep Off Social Media

“The teens that I interact with as a school counselor are very active, on the go and very into technology, so it's alarming to see them withdraw from social media because of acne,” said Anne L.P. Flenner, professional school counselor and past-president of the Florida Counseling Association.

Skin Care Resolutions for 2018

As another year comes to a close, we take a long look in the mirror and ask, "What is my resolution for the New Year?" Chris Hislop from IMPACT Melanoma shares his skin care resolutions.

NPF Launches Our Spot Program

Adolescents diagnosed with psoriatic disease can now be enlightened—along with parents and caretakers—about the diagnosis and how to better cope with it with NPF’s newest program: Our Spot.

FDA Approves Cannula for Restalyne Silk

Galderma has secured approval from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration to use a small blunt tip cannula to inject its Restalyne Silk product, potentially expanding options for lip injection techniques.

Depression and Diet: Is Meat The Answer?

Vegetarianism may be linked to depression, according to a new study in the Journal of Affective Disorders. Researchers point the blame at certain happiness-boosting vitamins typically missing from meat-free diets.

Fight Aging With Zero Trauma

Utilizing the body's natural inflammatory response to fight the appearance of aging is a relatively recent development. Tina Abnoosi of TAMA Research explores further.

Wax On, Wax Off: Techniques at Face & Body Midwest

At Skin Inc.'s Face & Body Midwest spa expo and conference, industry experts will guide attendees through waxing techniques and give insight into the latest waxing products and technology.

More Than A Pretty Face: LED and Overall Wellness

LED works on a cellular level to initiate various processes that produce desired effects on the appearance of the skin, and many of the same processes are believed to contribute to overall health. Amy Gardner explains more.

FDA Warns of Biotin Use for Certain Patients

According to the FDA, the supplement biotin, or vitamin B7, can interfere with certain lab tests. The FDA recommends discussing taking any supplements with a doctor prior to use.

Tried and True: 5 Ways to Modify a Peel

Listed here are five ways to modify a peel to safely increase skin care efficacy.

Data Shows Parents’ Opinions on Indoor Tanning Bans for Adolescents

The American Journal of Preventive Medicine surveyed parents of adolescents to assess their support on banning indoor tanning for youth under the age of 18.

9 Oils and Spices for Wintertime Care

This winter, support clients in achieving glowing, healthy skin by spicing up their treatments and homecare regimens. Look to cinnamon, clove, orange peel oil, turmeric and paprika, to name a few, not only for their inviting aroma but also for their warming, stimulating and rejuvenating properties.

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