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Staying in Touch with Professional Regulations

Staying in Touch with Professional Regulations by Linda Burmeister Of all the things you have to worry about daily in your business, there are a few that probably rarely cross your mind – that is, until something happens to snap … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of Global Skin Tones

The role of the ethnic consumer continues to be an important part of the skin care industry. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that, by 2050, 49.5% of the U.S. population will have skin of color, replacing baby boomers as the … Continue reading

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How Leaving Makeup on Overnight Impacts Skin

We all have those nights when we are just too bone-tired to take off our makeup. But when it gets to be a habit, that is when trouble can start. Let us begin by looking at multiple studies done by people who have purposely not removed their makeup for one full month to see what would happen. Read more… Continue reading

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The Golden Ratio—Just How Important is Facial Symmetry in Medical Esthetics?

Facial symmetry is important, but there are many aspects about facial proportion, condition and appearance that are equally important—sometimes even more important—when it comes to perceived beauty. – See more at: http://www.skininc.com/treatments/medicalesthetics/ via The Golden Ratio—Just How Important is Facial … Continue reading

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First Impressions—Why the First 15 Seconds are Critical | SkinInc.com

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10 Steps to Accomplishing Your Vision | SkinInc.com

10 Steps to Accomplishing Your Vision
By: Vicki Milazzo
July 2013 issue of Skin Inc. magazine. Continue reading

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Role of Stress in Inflammatory Skin Conditions | SkinInc.com

Anyone who’s had a pimple form right before an important event may wonder if stress caused the break out. While commonly linked anecdotally, proving the relationship between stress and inflammatory skin conditions, such as acne, psoriasis and rosacea, is another matter. board-certified dermatologist Richard D. Granstein, MD, FAAD discusses the latest research on the impact stress has on inflammatory skin conditions and his thoughts on how this research could change treatment options. Continue reading

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