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Chronic itching and chronic pain equally as debilitating
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Anyone who has had a mosquito bite knows how maddening the relentless itching can be, even if it only lasts a few days. But for people who suffer from itching that lasts weeks, months or even years, the discomfort can be debilitating. According to a new study, in fact, it can be just as debilitating as chronic pain. More

ACID FREE HERBAL PEEL AND ACNE TREATMENT

Rena Levi ACID FREE Herbal Peel is perfectly safe for all skin types. Its effectiveness is based on its unique combination of 100% natural ingredients. This peel is designed to address the same issues as chemical peels: mild to severe skin damage, elasticity, wrinkles, acne, aging, brown spots and more. Rena’s ACNE products are the ONLY ACID FREE to show dramatic results.
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Doctors most often spot melanomas in older patients
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Melanoma lesions are spotted most often by patients themselves, but when dermatologists do identify them it is typically among older patients with a history of skin cancer, new research indicates. More

Multi-pronged strategy controls recalcitrant dermatitis in children
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Dermatitis in children can be challenging to treat, particularly when commonly used treatment regimens fail. According to one expert, a multi-pronged treatment strategy is the best approach to help clear symptoms and control disease. More

8th Annual Meeting webinars available
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Botanicals in Dermatology:
Understanding Herbal Medicine in Skin Care
Presented by Emily Fritchey


Patients and consumers are asking for plant-based preparations and effective, natural alternatives to conventional drug therapy for common skin conditions. Effective botanical treatments do exist - and may be incorporated into your practice to meet patient demand and complement dermatologic treatments. Get the facts, and take your practice to the next level of health and wellness. 1.0 CE.

At the conclusion of this presentation the skincare specialist will be able to:
1) Understand inflammation and the pH connection: Environmental causes and nutritional solutions.
2) Identify safe and effective botanical solutions for common skin disorders.
3) Understand the actions and pharmacology of herbal extracts and their clinical applications. 4) Understand herbal medicine and its application in skin care and wound healing.

To order this CE webinar:
(Once purchased, the Webinar link will only be valid for 24 hours)
SDSS Member Fee: $19.95 - Click here
Non-member Fee: $24.95 - Click here
Learn more about becoming a member


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Protein linked with rare disease plays role in aging
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The same mechanism that causes children with a rare genetic disease called progeria to age at seven times the normal rate may play a role in normal aging as well, government researchers recently said. More

Nerve surgery offers an end to the distress of chronic blushing
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An operation to cure blushing is revolutionizing the lives of those suffering from the embarrassment of a frequently red face. Blushing affects both men and women, and is a normal response in anyone who is feeling a strong emotion, such as anger or embarrassment. It can also be a side effect of other conditions including thyroid problems, the skin condition rosacea, erythrophobia—fear of blushing—and the menopause. More

New Book - Special SDSS Members offer

Cosmetics and Dermatological Problems and Solutions: A Problem Based Approach

By Dr Zoe Diana Draelos

Cosmetics for skin, hair, and nails play a vital part in the management and treatment of many dermatological conditions; unfortunately, they may also at times be the cause of some dermatological problems. They are therefore subjects where dermatologists need to be aware of the major commercial developments taking place, in addition to the many common Over The Counter products already available, in order to be vigilant in checking the possible benefits or disadvantages for patients. This text takes a serious look at the integration of skin care products, cosmetics, hair adornments, and nail cosmetics in the daily practice of dermatology, expanding the realm of disease treatment beyond diagnosis and treatment into the maintenance phase of healthy skin, hair, and nails.

SDSS members can now order this book at a special members rate of 25 percent off.

To order and to obtain your 25 percent discount, simply use your unique discount code SDSS1 through the following link: http://www.informahealthcarebooks.com/cosmetics-and-dermatological-problems-and-solutions.html



Adulterated cocaine causing serious skin reactions
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Doctors warned of a potential public health epidemic in a recent report on patients in Los Angeles and New York who developed serious skin reactions after smoking or snorting cocaine believed to be contaminated with a veterinary medication drug dealers are using to dilute, or "cut," up to 70 percent of the cocaine in the U.S. More

New medical food enhances and prolongs botulinum toxin results
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leftZYTAZE is the first and only medical food that provides nutritional support to enhance and prolong the effects of botulinum toxin injections such as Botox, Dysport and Myobloc. Why ZYTAZE? To be effective, botulinum toxins require the presence of zinc and unfortunately, current dietary trends suggest that many patients are zinc deficient. ZYTAZE contains a unique blend of organic zinc and significantly, phytase, an enzyme that aids zinc absorption, to improve botulinum toxin efficacy and extend the duration of results. The simple regimen consists of 2 capsules each day 4 days prior to and on the day of injections. More

New treatment options bolster cosmetic laser industry
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Despite the recent economic downturn, the demand for non-invasive cosmetic procedures is growing with the number of procedures performed up by 5 percent in 2010, according to a recent survey. For most in the industry, an increase in these non-essential treatments during lean times seems counter-intuitive. However, a number of factors—both patient- and technology-driven—have converged to create a perfect storm of opportunity in this growing sector of the medical laser industry. As the economy continues to percolate with sparks of job growth and consumer spending, there is strong indication this upward trend will continue. 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 30 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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