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MediSpa Conference 2014
NCEA
Join keynote speaker Susanne Warfield, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sept. 16, at The Institute of Beauty and Wellness' annual MediSpa Conference at the OC Hanson Auditorium in Milwakee inside the Aveda Building. Susanne will present on the business, ethics and liability of the medispa industry.

Medical spas, also known as mediSpas, blend the best of both worlds — a spa experience with the procedures and expertise found at a doctor's office.

MediSpa's use more aggressive treatments and are a great way to get treatment for acne, aging skin, hair removal and more.

This year's impressive panel boasts all of the above — skin care expertise and a touch of spa added to every treatment. The conference will also touch on upcoming medusa trends like skin rejuvenation, injectables, industry trends, skin rejuvenation and body contouring.
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Facial rejuvenation address multiple signs of aging face performed safely at 1 time
Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University via News-Medical.Net
Total facial rejuvenation, which combines an extensive face-lift to tighten skin and muscle, specialized, midface implants to restore fullness and laser resurfacing to reduce skin's irregular texture and discoloration, can be safely performed at one time, reports Dr. Achih H. Chen, facial plastic surgeon.
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Facial melasma and laser treatments
MedEsthetics
A randomized, split-face clinical trial was conducted to compare the safety and efficacy of low-fluence Q-switched Nd:YAG 1,064 nm laser to low-fluence QSAL 755nm laser for the treatment of facial melasma. Researchers tested 20 men and women with moderate to severe melasma on both sides of the face — the subjects were randomized and received six weekly treatments with the Nd:YAG laser on one side and the QSAL on the other side.
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Viewpoint: Are hyperpigmentation treatments doing more harm than good?
Skin Inc.
For decades, people have lamented the spots that develop on the face as they age. What if those spots were actually beneficial to the health of your skin? Should that change your approach to treating them? It is possible that some of the current strategies that are being employed to treat hyperpigmentation result in more spots throughout time. This article addresses the common misconceptions about the role of age spots, liver spots and melasma, and offers new ways to correct these issues without compromising the health of the skin.
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Zinc supplements and acne treatment
Dr. Bailey Skin Care
We are discussing alternate acne treatments. When medications or skin care products don't seem to work, people often turn to other options, such as zinc supplements. Bailey is often asked from her patients and blog readers is "Do zinc supplements really work to get rid of acne?"
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Cornering the male aesthetic market
Modern Aesthetics
Market data show that men are a fast growing segment of the cosmetic surgery population and have a particular interest in minimally invasive procedures. However, physicians who hope to grow their practices by capitalizing on the growing male market need to make men a priority. Physicians should adopt an all-encompassing, gender-specific approach to patient care, treatment, clinic design, staffing and marketing.
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Technology fuels skin reactions
Dermatology Times
New sources of pediatric contact dermatitis are found in many of the products used by children, parents and even dermatologists. Recognizing these and other emerging allergens could spell fast, effective relief for pediatric patients, as well as prevent misdiagnoses and long-term unnecessary treatments, an expert says.
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Building an aesthetics team
Surgical Aesthetics
The challenge for practices that want to create a one-stop aesthetic care destination is staffing. Physician extenders, such as nurse practitioners and physicians assistants, and nonmedical providers, such as estheticians and massage therapists, can offer many of these adjunct treatments, allowing physicians to focus on surgery and consultations. But this approach requires careful communication and planning. Surgical Aesthetics spoke with three surgeons who work with both medical and nonmedical providers in their private practices and asked them to share their strategies for integrating ancillary treatments into a cosmetic surgery practice.
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FDA accepts investigational new drug application for Alphaeon's Neurotoxin EVOSYAL
Modern Aesthetics
The FDA accepted the Investigational New Drug Application to conduct clinical studies for EVOSYAL, an botulinum toxin Type A neurotoxin that was acquired by Alphaeon last year as part of the acquisition of Evolus Inc. "The product development team is very pleased that the research presented in the IND application was accepted by the FDA without questions, permitting the initiation of the clinical study to support safety and efficacy of this excellent product," said Dr. Del Stagg, Alphaeon VP of regulatory.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
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The wrinkle battle covers new ground
The Journal News
It's no secret anti-aging is big business, with face-lifts, forehead lifts, eyelid surgery, fillers and peels increasing in popularity. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 15.1 million cosmetic surgery procedures, including both minimally invasive and surgical, were performed in the U.S. last year, up 3 percent over the year before, with numbers that continue to climb.
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Study: 7 recent developments in atopic dermatitis chronic urticaria
Healio
Recent studies on chronic urticaria have focused on remission rates and increased platelet activation markers, while research on atopic dermatitis has included wet wrap therapy and dupilumab treatment. Children with chronic urticaria had successful remission rate at 5 years. Despite no identified predictor of remission, children with chronic urticaria had a 67.7 percent remission rate at 5 years after symptom onset, according to recent study results.
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Experts clarify verrucous hemangioma confusion
Dermatology Times
The diagnosis of angiokeratoma circumscriptum should be supplanted with verrucous hemangioma, and the lesion should be treated with surgery in most cases, according to a retrospective case series presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Dermatology Association.

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Roloxin Lift: It's here!
Allure
Roloxin Lift is finally available — both online and in stores. The much-buzzed-about one-day lift for the face requires no cutting, no needles, no heat or cold, thanks to a patented active ingredient developed by Demarché Labs, together with Technion.

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Take years off your ears with 'eartox'
Good Morning America via ABC News
Once you've erased forehead lines and crows feet, maybe even had a face-lift, there's still one dead give away sign of aging. Drooping earlobes. And while it's commonly referred to as "eartox," or Botox for ears.

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 Continuing Education
COA-Approved Webinar

Botanicals in Dermatology: Understanding Herbal Medicine in Skin Care

Presented by Emily Fritchey

About the webinar:
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 through March 8, 2017.

At the conclusion of this presentation the skin care 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.

Webinar cost: $19.95 member; $24.95 nonmember. To order this webinar as a member, click here. To order this webinar as a nonmember, click here.

Important! Once purchased, the webinar link will only be valid for 24 hours.

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Susanne S. Warfield, President/CEO of Paramedical Consultants, Inc. (www.PCIJournal.com) Official Publication of the Society of Dermatology SkinCare Specialists. Warfield has more than 33 years' experience, is a leading expert on business, legal and liability issues that affect physician and esthetician relationships. She has authored more than 450 articles and 15 books for the consumer, medical and skin care sectors. She is the recipient of the prestigious Crystal Award for Life Achievement by Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa.More

                    



 

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