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It was an absolute pleasure finally meeting Susanne Warfield this past weekend at The International Congress of Esthetics and Spa in Dallas. After being her content editor of the Warfield Weekly Update over the past three years, I was given the opportunity to witness one of her informative lectures. The lecture was both educational and interactive for the hundreds in attendance.

Thank you Susanne for everything you do for this industry.

- Frank Humada

Computers could help doctors correctly diagnose skin infections
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A new study suggests technology can help prevent misdiagnoses and the healthcare costs associated with them. In the study, a computer-based software system designed to assist in the diagnosis of dermatologic and other visual medical conditions performed better than physicians in correctly identifying common skin infections. More

Canfield Reinvents the Dermatoscope

The revolutionary new DermScope™ from
Canfield Imaging Systems is the world’s first intelligent dermatoscope. Combined with an iPhone® 4, the DermScope provides highly magnified viewing with standard or cross-polarized lighting. Quickly captures, tags and stores images of suspicious lesions for a more efficient and effective exam.
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National Esthetic Teacher Training information
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Who Should Attend?
The National Esthetic Teacher Training (NETT) Conference is open to all current and future skin care educators. Whether you work in a school or as a national trainer for a company, this conference will provide you with additional skills to be the best that you can be.

Why Should I Attend?
This event was created for you! NETT will give you the edge, recharge your classroom and rejuvenate your students! If you can only attend one conference this year - this is it!

What Will I Learn?
NETT is focusing on topics that will affect you and your student’s future! Providing up-to-date information and the tools to upgrade your knowledge and your esthetics program.

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS APRIL 15
Click here to view program and to register.


Product Showcase: Pellevé™ Wrinkle Reduction System
Pellevé is a revolutionary innovation in skin tightening, FDA-cleared to treat facial wrinkles without surgery. Using radiowaves, the Pellevé system heats the deep layers of the skin, causing collagen to contract and tighten. After treatment, the skin begins to produce new collagen, improving skin firmness and resulting in a naturally refreshed appearance.

To learn more, please click here www.pelleve.com
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Colored light sources lighting the way for new office and home-based skin devices
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While dermatologists have used lasers successfully for years to treat common skin conditions such as acne, rosacea and aging skin, it now appears that even non-laser lights may provide some of the same benefits. In fact, lights of different colors are being used in several in-office and at-home therapies that offer consumers an alternative to more expensive laser treatments, but all may not be equally effective. More

Double your day with no additional clients
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COA#MILU3C4D Exp 9/1/2012
This educational activity has been approved for 2.0 CEs.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After completing this activity and taking this test, the skin care professional will be able to:
1. Increase service sales.
2. Keep clients happy.
3. Make more money in less time.
4. Double their day.
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Germs lurking in old makeup: It isn't pretty
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Tracy Turnure's cosmetics collection doesn't quite qualify her for a spot on A&E's "Hoarders," but it's close. Her various makeup bags, combined with her mom's and her sister's stashes, once filled a mid-sized closet in the family's Seattle home. Hidden among her cosmetic cache is a black Wet 'N' Wild eyeliner pencil she bought for 99 cents in middle school and a Garden Botanika bronzer from the early 1990s. She swears she never uses the stuff, but somehow can't part with the palettes, powders and creams of her past. More

Sculpting with fat can restore faces
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Jeremy Feldbusch can't see the results of the special cosmetic surgery he recently got—but he's pleased when people tell him what a good job the doctors did. Mr. Feldbusch is blind because a piece of artillery shrapnel tore through his skull in Iraq in 2003. In January, UPMC surgeon J. Peter Rubin took fat from his abdomen and thighs and injected it into cavities that his war injuries had left on his face. The procedure smoothed out the depressions that bordered a metal plate in his forehead and filled in some "potholes" near his right eye, as Mr. Feldbusch put it. More

Botox for teens: What would you do?
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Teenage girls notoriously struggle with their looks. But imagine if your teen were so concerned about her appearance that she insisted on getting Botox injections to combat the effects of aging. While the procedure might seem excessive for a fresh face, Botox, or botulinum toxin, has become increasingly popular among teenage girls since the Food and Drug Administration approved it for cosmetic use in 2002. More

Electricity sparks interest in new technologies and cosmeceuticals for aging skin
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It may seem as if new developments to combat aging skin are being introduced faster than the speed of light. At the forefront of the research, dermatologists are underpinning these advancements, refining the basic understanding of how the skin ages in order to develop more effective non-invasive cosmetic procedures and products. Now, as an alternative to laser light—used successfully for years to make skin appear younger—dermatologists are investigating electricity. More



Susanne S. Warfield, President/CEO of Paramedical Consultants, Inc. (www.PCIJournal.com) Official Publication of the Society of Dermatology SkinCare Specialists. Warfield has over 29 years experience, is a leading expert on business, legal and liability issues that affect physician and esthetician relationships. She has authored over 400 articles and 15 books for the consumer, medical and skin care sectors. More

                    

 
 
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