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National Skin Care Certification Prep Class — April 25
The International Congress of Esthetics and Spa
Arlington Convention Center
NCEA CERTIFIED PREP CLASS
Saturday, April 25
• Members: $125
• Nonmembers: $149
Membership status must be current on day of event.
- Complimentary NCEA Certified Records Verification ($175 value)
- 2-day all inclusive admission to The International Congress of Esthetics and Spa
- Certificate of Attendance from the International Congress of Esthetics and Spa
Additional NCEA-sponsored Prep Classes:
May 30 - Orlando, Florida
June 20 - Las Vegas
Sept. 19 - Long Beach, California
Oct. 24 - Philadelphia
The Society of Dermatology SkinCare Specialists is an Association Member of the coalition and supports the national skin care certification credential. SDSS membership voted to encourage its members to attain the NCEA Certified credential to better meet the esthetician job tasks of the esthetician and support professional mobility.
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Full-body scanner could ease early detection of skin cancer
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Hair loss is one of the most distressing side-effects of cancer treatment and can even deter some patients from undergoing life-saving chemotherapy. But researchers at the University of Huddersfield are establishing the scientific basis for a rapidly-advancing scalp cooling technology that can ensure hair retention in a vast number of cases.
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Researchers have identified the previously uncharacterized microtubule-severing enzyme, Fidgetin-like 2, as a potential therapeutic target for regenerating and repairing cutaneous wounds. FL2, according to the new study's authors, is "a fundamental regulator of cell migration that can be targeted in vivo using nanoparticle-encapsulated siRNA to promote wound closure and regeneration."
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Acne patients not getting medications prescribed by their dermatologists
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Medicine obviously can't do much good if it sits on a pharmacy shelf. Yet, more than one-quarter of the acne patients surveyed by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers didn't get medications prescribed by their dermatologists.
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Study compares purse-string suture with 2nd-intention healing
The purse-string suture has come to be recognized as a closure method, which reduces the scar area, when compared with second-intention healing. The fact is, though, that randomized clinical trials comparing the two methods are few and far between.
Biologics take aim at psoriasis despite worry over reactions
New findings on experimental options for plaque psoriasis were debated here at the American Academy of Dermatology 73rd Annual Meeting. The biologic agents appear to be easing symptoms but are controversial because they suppress the immune system and have been linked to malignancies, major cardiac events, herpes zoster and tuberculosis.
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Itchy, irritated or inflamed skin is certainly no fun, but did you know that skin troubles could be related to other health problems?
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Dermatologist urges: Exfoliate with care
HealthDay News via U.S. News & World Report
If you plan to exfoliate, get some professional advice first, a dermatologist suggests.
"Before you exfoliate, you really need to understand your skin and skin type," Dr. Mary Lupo, a clinical professor of dermatology at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, said in an American Academy of Dermatology news release. "A board-certified dermatologist can help you choose the exfoliation option that's best-suited to your skin's unique needs," she added.
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Skin Management Programs Using Advanced Technologies
Presented by Alexandra J. Zani
About the webinar:
The use of advanced technology can add light years in results for numerous skin conditions, especially rejuvenating aging skin. This presentation will explore skin management programs using examples that include lifestyle and nutrition modifications. Understanding their use and biological effects in the skin, are the first rung in the ladder of success when making the right choice for correcting skin conditions. 1.0 CE through March 8, 2017.
At the conclusion of this presentation the skin care specialist will be able to:
1) Describe the physics of micro current and light based technology.
2) Understand the biological effects of light therapy and micro current in the skin.
3) Explore how these new technologies can make a difference in skin conditions.
4) Demonstrate how to build a new model for skin condition management programs.
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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The NCEA Commission on Accreditation has approved these webinars. For more information on the Commission on Accreditation go to NCEA Certified website.
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