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The True Cost of Psoriasis

A recent report by The Patients Association and LEO Pharma took a look at the emotional and economic impact of psoriasis. Additionally, the report looked at ways to improve the condition of people with the disease.

Alastin Reveals Significant Findings at Summit in Aesthetic Medicine Meeting

Researchers from Alastin Skincare revealed conclusions to three studies that focus on anti-aging and improved outcomes after laser resurfacing procedures.

Face Mapping: Connecting Acne With Internal Health

Face mapping is a holistic tool that has been practiced for centuries. According to the teachings of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda, a breakout can offer insights to the root cause of that pesky pimple.

Tried and True: Top 5 Treatments for the Eyes

Reducing the appearance of aging in the eye area can be difficult, but is common, and prevention goes a long way. Below are the top five treatments that can benefit the eye area.

Beach Body Season: Is Your Med Spa Ready?

According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, cosmetic procedures increased by 12% in 2015, and demand is steadily increasing for non-invasive treatments to get clients' beach body ready.

Juvéderm Vollure XC Offers Longer-lasting Results

With its recent approval by the FDA, Juvéderm Vollure XC is the latest member of the Allergan family that uses VYCROSS technology for specialized smooth-gel properties.

Beauty and the Brain: Global Wellness Summit Explores Neuroscience

The Global Wellness Summit announced three speakers for their event in Palm Beach, Florida. These speakers will discuss the science of beauty and the emerging field of neuroaesthetics.

Artificial-Appearing Lips Under the Lens

The "perfect lips" are more attainable than ever, with recent studies finding the ideal lip proportions and size, along with what areas to leave alone to achieve a natural appearance when receiving lip fillers.

Millennial Women Hate Shaving and Seek Alternatives

Eighty-five percent of millennial women hate shaving and seek alternative solutions.

Keeping a Watchful Eye On Aging

The eye area is the first to show signs of aging, and may require earlier, more aggressive approaches to anti-aging treatments. Findings associated with periorbital aging include dark under-eye circles, “bagging” or loss of elasticity, shadowing in the tear trough, crows’ feet or wrinkling lateral to the eye, and loss of opacity (increased translucency) of the under-eye skin.

Battling Product Resistance

Product resistance occurs as a result of diet, lifestyle, environmental factors or excessive use of harsh skin care treatments.

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