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Anne Todd added a new article: 2020 PRESS SUBMISSION GUIDELINES 6 days 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…

Cassiopea SpA Developing New Prescription Drugs for Dermatological Conditions

Cassiopea SpA, a specialty pharmaceutical company developing and commercializing prescription drugs with novel mechanisms of action to address long-standing and essential dermatological conditions, announced that it has submitted a New Drug Application (NDA) to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seeking marketing approval…

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    3 Ways Exercise Ages Skin You may not want to hear it and I hate to say it, but it's true... exercise can seriously age skin. Some of our most active patients, especially men, are the ones who request the most help for skin correction and repair. The key to combatting aging caused by exercise is to understand how different components of a workout affect your skin and what to do to prevent damage! This is what I've noticed and learned over the years...
  • 4 Ways to Supercharge Your Beauty Routine with Almonds
    4 Ways to Supercharge Your Beauty Routine with Almonds Those who know me well know I am absolutely obsessed with raw nuts, seeds, dried fruit, and berries. In fact, I always keep pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, hemp seeds, and a variety of nuts in the house and pack them in my bag daily for easy work snacks. And, do not get me started on airport food – it is just the worst. I am on an airplane every weekend for work, so eating healthy can be challenging. This is…
  • The Difference Between Dry Acne and Oily Acne
    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?