Posts From October, 2012

The Healthy Look of Tanned Skin Without The Risk

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October 30, 2012

Many Believe Tan Skin Is A Sign Of Health. Slate Magazine (10/26, Palmer) reports, "Studies have shown that modern white Americans, Australians, and Europeans believe tan skin is a sign of health. In a 2006 study of Australian teenagers, for example, respondents overwhelmingly found tanned models healthier and more attractive." Meanwhile, "a 1996 survey of ... read more


Primary Care Physicians Believe Dermatologists More Qualified Than Plastic Surgeons

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October 18, 2012

Medscape (10/17, Hitt) reports, "Primary care physicians (PCPs) believe dermatologists to be more qualified than plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, and ophthalmologists to perform a variety of cutaneous cosmetic and surgical procedures, according to a new study" published in the October issue of the journal Dermatologic Surgery and simultaneously presented at the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery 2012 ... read more


Anti-Aging Eye Creams Do Work!

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October 9, 2012

Anti-Aging Eye Creams that Soften Crows Feet, Depuff Eyes, Eliminate Dark Circles and Firm Skin   LUMIÈRE Bio-restorative Eye Cream Intensive line smoothing eye cream with PSP® helps improve signs of skin in the delicate eye area. Formulated with 30% more PSP®, a complete protein blend of Human Growth Factors, Cytokines and Interleukins available to ... read more


October Specials & Events!

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October 3, 2012

October Specials Events: Obagi Image Revealer Facial Analysis October 1st – 12th Complimentary evaluations on October 11th! Lash Extravaganza  October 18th Full set $199, Refills 3 for $150 Scare your wrinkles away with Botox, October 25th! Only $75 for new, never injected patients Specials: Dysport: Buy 1 area, get 2nd area 50% off Restylane,Perlane,Juvederm:  Buy ... read more


Indoor Tanning Linked to Skin Cancer

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October 3, 2012

We all know that indoor tanning is dangerous. Check out this case study conducted by the British Medical Journal. Their study found, "these cancers include basal-cell carcinomas and squamous- cell carcinomas, 2 common types on non-melanoma skin cancers. People who have ever used indoor tanning are 29% more likely to develop basal-cell carcinomas than those ... read more