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Healthy Lashes By Lora Condon

National Aesthetic Spa Network

How often do you think about the cleanliness of lashes or the lash line? For many women, if they can’t see it, it doesn’t cross their mind often. For estheticians, we often think about cleanliness. … Continue reading Healthy Lashes By Lora Condon The post Healthy Lashes By Lora Condon appeared first on NASNPRO - National Aesthetic Spa Network.

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Dermatophytoma: A Diagnosis That You Do Not Want to Miss

Dermatology Times

It is important dermatologists learn to recognize the clinical findings of dermatophytomas and distinguish them from other onychomycosis subtypes because the recommended treatments differ.

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Unlocking the Potential of Men’s Skin Care Procedures: A Guide for Professionals By Stephanie Holvick

National Aesthetic Spa Network

In an era where wellness and self-care are not just trends but essential aspects of lifestyle, the skin care industry has witnessed a paradigm shift. There’s an increasing awareness and demand among men for skin … Continue reading Unlocking the Potential of Men’s Skin Care Procedures: A Guide for Professionals By Stephanie Holvick The post Unlocking the Potential of Men’s Skin Care Procedures: A Guide for Professionals By Stephanie Holvick appeared first on NASNPRO - Nati

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The Weekly Roundup: May 12-17

Dermatology Times

In case you missed it, this week we had news about roflumilast foam's efficacy in diverse hair types of seborrheic dermatitis, Lindus Health's new partnership to evaluate a benzoyl peroxide alternative, sonelokimab advancing to phase 3 for HS, and more.

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Essential Oils for Hormonal Balance by Jimm Harrison

National Aesthetic Spa Network

Hormones are the musical notes composing the intricate melody of the human body’s symphony. That may seem overly poetic, though is a reasonable analogy. Hormones are messenger molecules. They are created within glands and other … Continue reading Essential Oils for Hormonal Balance by Jimm Harrison The post Essential Oils for Hormonal Balance by Jimm Harrison appeared first on NASNPRO - National Aesthetic Spa Network.

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Baldo Scassellati Sforzolini, MD, PhD, MBA: Expanding Nemolizumab’s Access

Dermatology Times

Scassellati Sforzolini discusses the significance of Galderma’s nemolizumab receiving 4 additional filing acceptances for prurigo nodularis and atopic dermatitis.

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Photographer Behind AbbVie's Clearly Me Campaign for Amplifying Voices of Psoriasis Speaks to Advocacy, Awareness

Dermatology Times

Clearly Me uses portraiture to spotlight the journeys of psoriasis patients Katie Lowes, DaQuane Cherry, Ayesha Patrick, and Joanna “JoJo” Pomerantz.

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Everything You Need to Know When Reading A Sunscreen Label By Kathleen Dwyer

National Aesthetic Spa Network

Do your clients feel intimated by the formal information on the label of a sunscreen? This guide aims to demystify the jargon and help you walk them through the label to make informed choices. Keep in … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know When Reading A Sunscreen Label By Kathleen Dwyer The post Everything You Need to Know When Reading A Sunscreen Label By Kathleen Dwyer appeared first on NASNPRO - National Aesthetic Spa Network.

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Gold In Skincare: Is It Worth Its Weight?

Beautiful With Brains - Antiaging

Is gold in skincare the secret to looking 20 years younger? It seemed to have worked for Diane De Poitiers, the mistress of King Henry II of France. She was years older than her royal lover, yet they looked the SAME age. Her secret? Gold. Diane drank a cuppa every day. Gold is the same […] The post Gold In Skincare: Is It Worth Its Weight? appeared first on Beautiful With Brains.

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QUIZ RECAP: Advanced Skin Cancer Awareness

Dermatology Times

Earlier this week, we shared our second Skin Cancer Awareness Month quiz. Review the answers and your responses below.

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Meet Elaine Cavada: Beauty Launchpad 30 Over 30 Winner for 2024

Beauty Launchpad

Get to know Elaine Cavada (@elainecavadahair). She is a hairstylist and owner of Blush + Ivy Salon in Wheaton, IL.

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Re-Imagining the Post-procedure Experience

The Dermatology Digest

Joel L. Cohen, MD, Director of AboutSkin Dermatology and DermSurgery in metropolitan Denver, CO, reviews the science behind Revision’s CMT Post-Procedure Cream, a neurocosmetic that reduces discomfort following chemical peels, RF microneedling, and laser skin resurfacing. The post Re-Imagining the Post-procedure Experience appeared first on The Dermatology Digest.

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Exposing the Truth About Counterfeit and Fake Botox®

Art of Dermatology

At Art of Dermatology at the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of New York, patient safety and satisfaction is Dr. Jessica Krant’s primary concern. As a physician offering cutting-edge skincare and anti-aging solutions including the ever-popular Botox ®, Dr. Krant feels a responsibility to shed light on a worrying trend threatening the health of many unsuspecting individuals: counterfeit Botox.

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Exploring the Role of Microwaves for the Treatment of Non-melanoma Skin Cancers

The Dermatology Digest

[link] Microwave energy may help treat non-melanoma skin cancers and pre-cancers. Suneel Chilukuri , MD, Director of Cosmetic Surgery at Refresh Dermatology in Houston, TX, shares some pilot data on the SWIFT technology, which is already approved for treating refractory warts. The post Exploring the Role of Microwaves for the Treatment of Non-melanoma Skin Cancers appeared first on The Dermatology Digest.

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Spa Marketing Ideas for Estheticians

Aesthetic Back Bar

Here are some spa marketing ideas for estheticians (you) to keep your marketing plan on track. Marketing can be a pain to manage, so create a strategy to keep yourself on track. If it is within your budget, look to hire a marketing agent to alleviate some of the stress and tasks. Let’s get into it! Revamp your marketing plan Are you using your old marketing material that is out of date?

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Demystifying Longevity Beauty

The Dermatology Digest

Topical rapamycin, metformin, estradiol, and retinoids do more than just rejuvenate the skin. These therapies actually regenerate skin cells. New York City dermatologist Doris Day, MD, discusses this exciting new paradigm. “What our skin looks like affects how we age, it doesn’t just reflect how we are aging,” she says. The post Demystifying Longevity Beauty appeared first on The Dermatology Digest.

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The Up + Coming Brand With A Glass Skin Protocol

Lipgloss and Aftershave

Two words – DOLCE DEW! You’re going to love getting to know this up-and-coming line of medical + spa skin care. Founded by an esthetician / MedSpa owner who wanted to create clinically advanced products that also looked incredibly beautiful. The result is a collection of products for which L+A has fallen! After reviewing the collection at the New York IECSC, we created the L+A Top 5 Dolce Dew Finds!

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New Topicals for Brightening Skin

The Dermatology Digest

Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, a dermatologist in High Point, NC , updates TDD viewers on innovations in topical pigment brightening agents including those that are suitable for use on darker skin such as arbutin and silymarin from the milk thistle plant. The post New Topicals for Brightening Skin appeared first on The Dermatology Digest.

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Four-Year Data: Sotyktu Demonstrates Durable Response Rates, Consistent Safety in Moderate-to-Severe Plaque PsO

The Dermatology Digest

Deucravacitinib (Sotyktu, Bristol Myers Squibb) showed durable response rates and consistent safety in patients with moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis after four years of continuous treatment, according to results from the POETYK PSO long-term extension (LTE) trial. Week 208 responses for Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI) 75 and 90 were 71.7% and 47.5%, respectively, and 57.2% for static Physician’s Global Assessment (sPGA) 0/1 (clear/almost clear), using modified nonresponder imp

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