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» Sunscreens Can Damage Skin, Researchers Say
By MSP Staff | Published 09/2/2006 | Business Trends , Education , Skincare Products |
Are sunscreens always beneficial, or can they be detrimental to users? A research team led by UC Riverside chemists reports that unless people out in the sun apply sunscreen often, the sunscreen itself can become harmful to the skin.
» 'The Aging Face' Conference to Highlight the Latest Treatments and Technologies in Facial Rejuvenation, August 17-20
By MSP Staff | Published 08/16/2006 | Business Trends , Education |
The Aging Face Conference: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to the Aging Face will be held in New York City August 17-20, 2006 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel. This one-of-a-kind event for physicians highlights the latest proven advances and innovations in facial rejuvenation from the field's leading practitioners -- many affiliated with the nation's top medical schools.
» CosmoBeaute Asia 2006 Set for July
By MSP Staff | Published 03/4/2006 | Education , On-going Education |
CosmoBeaute Asia 2006 (CBA06), Asia's most comprehensive international cosmetics and beauty trade exhibition, organised by ECMI Services Sdn Bhd, is expected to draw 300 exhibitors from 25 countries to showcase their latest offerings.
» New Hyperhydrosis Information Website
By MSP Staff | Published 03/4/2006 | Education |
The International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHHS) launched a new Web site
today targeting teenagers who suffer from excessive sweating, or
» The Right Filler is the Key to Success
By MSP Staff | Published 03/4/2006 | Injectables , Dermal Fillers , Collagen , Hyaluronic Acid , Radiesse , Other Dermal Fillers , Education |
As people live longer and healthier lives, more and more of them are looking for ways to look as young as they
feel. Because the aging process causes the face to lose underlying fat and
collagen, the skin starts to sag and wrinkle. Wrinkle fillers, commonly known
as fillers, can give the skin back its plumped up, youthful appearance, but
the key to their successful use is knowing which of the many available options
will work best for each individual.
» The Risks of Tap Water on Your Face
By MSP Staff | Published 02/12/2006 | Business Trends , MedSpa Marketing , Education , Skincare Products |
Wake up, use the bathroom and flush -- so far, so good. Brush your teeth and rinse -- fine. Drink a glass of tap water -- OK. Now splash some onto your face. Not OK -- so says one Manhattan dermatologist. "When people who live in Greenwich or come to Greenwich wash their faces with the water, then, relatively speaking, it has an adverse effect on the skin," Dr. Dennis Gross said. "You're at risk for aging, breakouts and large pores."
» California Medical Board denies status to the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
By MSP Staff | Published 01/15/2006 | Business Trends , Legal News , Legislation , Education |
Just released Sunday, January 15, 2006 the California Medical Board announced that at its November 2005 meeting the California Medical Board voted unanimously to deny equivalent status to The American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. As a consumer it is important to distinguish between surgeons that claim to be board certified and the status extended to the boards they are affiliated with. Consumers should be aware that not all boards are recognized by The American Board of Medical Specialties. In other words, not all boards are created equal.
» ASAPS and ASPS raise concerns about cosmetic procedures performed by unqualified personnel
By MSP Staff | Published 01/15/2006 | Business Trends , Medical Personnel , MedSpa Marketing , Education , On-going Education |
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) have joined forces to raise awareness about the dangers of unlicensed personnel performing medical cosmetic procedures in non-clinical settings. Recent cases of patients receiving BOTOX(R) and tissue fillers at shopping malls, beauty salons or in their homes by individuals without sufficient training or licensure caused concerns among clinical and public health experts.
» New Radiesse injection instructor selected
By MSP Staff | Published 10/21/2005 | Dermal Fillers , Radiesse , Education |
Fredric A. Stern, MD, FACS, Medical Director of the Stern Center for Aesthetic Surgery, PC, in Bellevue, Washington, has been chosen by Bioform Medical, makers of Radiesse™, to teach injection techniques of this product to plastic and cosmetic physicians and surgeons throughout the western United States.

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