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Testimony of Faith: Andrea Pearson

Beautifully Yours Metro

My earliest skincare memory happened on a crisp fall morning in Upstate New York. Fall was coming to an end and winter was coming in like a lion. My mom was an early bird and there we were, six in the morning at the bus stop. I was complaining about how cold I was as I tried to hide my hands and face in her coat that she had undone for that exact purpose.

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The Wax Chick® Introduces Chakrawax® Professional Wax Collection

Spa Industry Association

Leading hair removal product and education company develops comprehensive line and advanced training portal in response to surging demand for waxing services Barstow, Calif. (June 6, 2024). The Wax Chick® is pleased to introduce the Chakrawax® collection—a high-end, professional wax line comprised of both hard and strip waxes to suit the preference of every waxologist.

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Which Star Signs are the Wealthiest?

Salon Today

Does your Zodiac sign have anything to do with your financial success? A new study analyzes the birthdays of billionaires, determining the richest star signs.

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FDA Awards Breakthrough Device Designation to Enspectra Health’s AI Platform for Classifying Non-melanoma Skin Cancers

The Dermatology Digest

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Breakthrough Device Designation for Enspectra Health’s next generation artificial intelligence (AI)-powered VIO Skin Platform (VIO) for the evaluation of lesions suspicious for basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) in select high-risk populations. This novel platform integrates the FDA cleared VIO technology with VIO.ai NMSC, a computer-aided diagnosis and triage (CADx/CADt) software function that provides lesion classifi

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Getting JAK’d With Amy Spizuoco, DO, FAOCD

Dermatology Times

The JAK inhibitors have demonstrated efficacy, yet some clinicians are still wary of prescribing them. Amy Spizuoco, DO, FAOCD, shares tips to help clinicians improve their comfort in using them.

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Ozempic Omnibus

MedEsthetics

ozempic, wegovy, diabetes medication, weight loss, obesity, weight loss treatment, off-label drug use, health care, medical aesthetics, sustainability, clinical trials, injectables, aesthetic devices

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Very Oily Skin: Why It Happens & How To Treat It

Beautiful With Brains - Skincare

How do you treat very oily skin? It’s not enough your skin pumps out more sebum than it needs or that pimples throw a party on your chin every week. Your skin is oilier than oil. So oily that, no matter what you use, you can’t catch a break from all the grease and shine. […] The post Very Oily Skin: Why It Happens & How To Treat It appeared first on Beautiful With Brains.

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An Evolving Field: A Conversation With Renata Block, MMS, PA-C

Dermatology Times

What are some of the opportunities and challenges facing PAs today? Renata Block, MMS, PA-C, shares insights and reflections on the field.

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Questex’s International Beauty Show and International Esthetics, Cosmetics and Spa Conference’s Co-Located 3-Day Event Brings Top Tier Exhibitors to Las Vegas

Beauty Launchpad

IBS and IECSC Las Vegas return to the Las Vegas Convention Center for a co-located mega-floor experience in the new West Hall.

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Journey of Philanthropy and Leadership

Dermatology Times

Renata Block, MMS, PA-C, and Faseeha Raza, PA-C, discuss the DPAF, philanthropy, leadership, and the importance of patient care.

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Questex’s International Beauty Show and International Esthetics, Cosmetics and Spa Conference’s Co-Located 3-Day Event Brings Top Tier Exhibitors to Las Vegas

Skin Inc

IBS and IECSC Las Vegas return to the Las Vegas Convention Center for a co-located mega-floor experience in the new West Hall.

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Quality of Life Improved in GPP in Effisayil 2 Trial

Dermatology Times

Poster presented at the SDPA conference reported Effisayil 2 data indicating spesolimab improved Dermatology Life Quality Index scores in patients with generalized pustular psoriasis.

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Meet Quia Querisma: Beauty Launchpad 30 Over 30 Winner for 2024

Beauty Launchpad

Get to know Quia Querisma (@quialoves_hair). She is a curly hair artist and colorist at Querisma Beauty Studio in Dallas, TX.

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Building Additional Revenue Streams for Owners and Stylists

Salon Today

For salon owners and hair stylists, creating personal brands and hosting impactful events are potent strategies to survive and thrive in this competitive environment. Oliver Golden, co-founder of FounderSix, shows you how.

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What’s Inside IPC’s New Consensus Statement on GPP? TDD Talks to IPC’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Peter van de Kerkhof

The Dermatology Digest

The International Psoriasis Council (IPC) recently released an international consensus statement on the definition and diagnostic criteria for generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP). The consensus was developed using the modified Delphi method and is published in JAMA Dermatology. In it, GPP is defined as “a systemic inflammatory disease characterized by cutaneous erythema and macroscopically visible sterile pustules, according to the international consensus statement.

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Community Physician Voices: Exploring Management Options for a College-Age Patient with Vitiligo

Dermatology Times

Dr Serrano, shares insights on the panel’s advice given to their patients with vitiligo who have achieved remission through treatment with ruxolitinib, while also addressing the challenges of navigating payer coverage for vitiligo treatments and strategies for dealing with coverage denials.

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Tailored Treatments for Non-Segmental Vitiligo in a 38-Year-Old Male Patient

Dermatology Times

Rocco Serrao, MD, FAAD, discusses a case of a 38-year-old male with progressive vitiligo, exploring potential triggers and exacerbating factors, as well as lifestyle changes and treatment options to manage symptoms and improve quality of life.

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Devices Dermatologists Love: Episode One Sofwave With Doris Day, MD

The Dermatology Digest

Doris Day, MD, a dermatologist in New York City, tells the Dermatology Digest why she (and her patients) love Sofwave, a noninvasive tissue tightening and lifting ultrasound-based device that is U.S. Food and Drug Administration-cleared for improving facial lines and wrinkles, lifting the eyebrow, submental tissue and neck tissue, treating upper arm laxity and acne scars, and providing a short-term improvement in the appearance of cellulite.

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Navigating Vitiligo Treatment: Decoding Pigmentation & Accessing Care

Dermatology Times

Rocco Serrao, MD, FAAD, addresses potential barriers to access and affordability of narrowband UVB phototherapy and topical medications for vitiligo treatment, while highlighting available resources to assist patients in overcoming these obstacles.

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Real-World Clinical Experience With Ruxolitinib Cream Monotherapy to Manage Atopic Dermatitis

Dermatology Times

In this recently presented poster, a dermatology expert draws on clinical experience to reveal why healthcare providers switch treatments for atopic dermatitis (AD). The expert also examines how these reasons vary with disease stage and patient demographics, offering nuanced insights into AD management.

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Expert Insights: Managing Segmental Vitiligo in a College-Age Male Patient

Dermatology Times

Rocco Serrao, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist, discusses a case of vitiligo involving a 20-year-old male patient who presents with white patches on his face that have persisted for 6 weeks without any relevant chemical exposures, and emphasizes the importance of providing counseling and support to address the potential impact on the patient's self-esteem and confidence.