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With 2013 behind us, NCEA hopes its members, partners and other industry professionals had a safe and happy holiday season. As we reflect on the past year for the industry, we would like to provide the readers of the NETT News a look at the most accessed articles from the year. Our regular publication will resume next Tuesday, Jan. 7.

From the hazards of gel manicures to the return of triluma
Plastic Surgery Practice
March 13, 2013: Legions of scantily clad coeds and tourists hit South Beach for some mid-winter break fun and sun as thousands of dermatologists huddled in the Miami Convention Center to discuss, among other things, skin cancer risks — including those associated with gel manicures. Gel manicures may be trendy and last longer than traditional polish, but they also may be damaging to the nail and mask disease.
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Estheticians and the medical practice
Medesthetics
November/December 2013: Doctor and estheticians are natural allies in the field of cosmetic medicine but including estheticians in a medical setting requires thought and training.
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Top 10 must-have skin care products
Yahoo Health
Aug. 16, 2013: Dr. Leslie Baumann writes, "As a dermatologist, part of my job is making sure my patients are on the best skin care regimen for their skin type. Of course I tailor these regimens for their goals, whether they want to address fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, acne, redness or another specific concern. Though skin type certainly dictates my product suggestions, there are general guidelines that all skin care regimens should follow. Here are my 10 must-haves."
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AAD identifies 5 unnecessary skin care treatments
Cosmetics Design USA
Nov. 7, 2013: The American Academy of Dermatology has identified five recommendations about treatments, tests and procedures related to skin health and care that consumers may not need.
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Tennessee House Bill 2558 dangerous to estheticians' careers
Beauty Schools Directory
July 23, 2013: Tennessee House Bill 2558 would drastically alter the role of estheticians and could be an enormous job-killer in the esthetics and skin-care industry. Beauty Schools Directory interviews Mona Sappenfield about how the bill endangers estheticians' careers and businesses by requiring "near-medical" procedures to be performed in doctors' offices under the supervision of a physician.
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Food for skin care
Jamaica Observer
July 8, 2013: They say you are what you eat and so it therefore stands to reason that you are likely to have healthy glowing skin when you eat clean and a blotchy-looking appearance if you allow only junk to pass your mouth. If you have reasons to be concerned about your skin, then a stop at your local farmers' market or at your favorite supermarket might just provide you with the best solution for getting that glowing skin you've always wanted. Here are some of the foods you can look out for that have been shown to be excellent skin care options.
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Consensus recommendations from the American Acne & Rosacea Society on the management of rosacea
PubMed
Rosacea is a common clinical diagnosis that encompasses a variety of presentations, predominantly involving the centrofacial skin. Reported to present most commonly in adults of Northern European heritage with fair skin, rosacea can affect males and females of all ethnicities and skin types.

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Give origin to your client's sensitive skin
Skin Inc.
Several factors or combinations of factors may cause skin sensitivities and reactions, including aging, hormones, ingredient allergies, illnesses, medications and environmental conditions.

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Promotional tools designed as surveys
Earsucker
Surveys are useful for gathering all kinds of marketing data, and when they're completed they make great birdcage liners. Oh, did you want clients to provide you with useful data? Forget it, that's not what they're good for.

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6 common skin care ingredients to avoid
The Fashion Spot
Aug. 28, 2013: Did you know that your skin absorbs up to 60 percent of whatever you put on it? And the Environmental Protection Agency lists many ingredients found in skincare products as toxic? Though the names can be hard to pronounce, it's worth it to become familiar with some of these unwanted skincare additives that have been tested to be precursors to cancer, infertility, birth defects and skin allergies. Jot down these skin care no-no ingredients to make sure you're keep your body healthy and happy.
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12 yoga poses to undo the damage
The Huffington Post
Aug. 7, 2013: You may joke that your job is slowly killing you but it might actually be true. And while job-related stress seems like the main culprit when it comes to health and your career — it can have negative health effects as far ranging as increased heart attack risk, depression or premature aging — there's another danger lurking in the office: Sitting. Here are 12 asanas to help undo the damage created by long days spent sitting.
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8 sunscreen mistakes you're probably making
The Huffington Post
June 5, 2013: The first sunscreen mistake is not wearing any. But even those of us with the best intentions can make mistakes when it comes to sunscreen — mistakes that can be costly for our skin. So now that summer is almost upon us, we asked dermatologists to sort through eight of the most common mistakes.
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Nipple tattooing sweeps UK as women strive for 'perfect boobs'
The Telegraph
April 17, 2013: It started with brow definition. Coleen Rooney and her troops arched over the masses with their Scouse brows, taking The Duchess of Cambridge along with them for the ride. But now the British glamazons have taken grooming one step further by darkening and defining their nipples — with tattoos. This new trend of semi-permanent nipple tattooing has swept Liverpool by storm and has already reached Essex.
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