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  • Category
    Tradeshows
  • Date & Time
    Feb 08 2020 at 11:00 AM - Feb 10 2020 at 05:00 PM America/New_York
  • Location & full address
    Georgia World Conference Center
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“All-Natural” Anti-Aging Products: Can They Be Trusted?
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We’re conscious about what we put in our bodies. We’re conscious about the environment. We want to know that the food we eat is being produced in a sustainable and humane way. Sometimes, just seeing an “organic” or “natural” label puts us at ease. But,…

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Anne Todd added a new article: 2020 PRESS SUBMISSION GUIDELINES 2 weeks ago

2020 PRESS SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Thank you for your interest in submitting press to be featured through DERMASCOPE Magazine. Please review our guidelines below for submitting press. GENERAL GUIDELINES General product press can be submitted through our online press submission platform. We will no longer be accepting general product press…

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    The Difference Between Dry Acne and Oily Acne Acne is one of the most common and difficult skin conditions that we treat as aestheticians. When you break out, those annoying blemishes are a combination of dead skin cells, oil, and bacteria. Those with oily skin have excess oil on the surface, making it the perfect breeding ground for breakouts. Yet, surprisingly, even people with dry skin can get acne. So, what is the difference between oily acne and dry acne and what is causing that to happen?