Reception Lounge 29 topics


Announcements 1 topic

Announcements and other important updates

Meet and Greet 24 topics

The place to introduce yourself and give your fellow boarders a chance to welcome you to our community

Water cooler 4 topics

Share recipes, stories, and everyday chit chat.

Dermascope Magazine 1 topic


Polls 1 topic

Let your voice be heard!

Chairside 76 topics

A forum where skin care professionals can share and discuss all things relevant to your career
A forum for Make-up Artists to share and stay ahead of the trends

Doctor's Office 3 topics

A place to network with Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons

Management 2 topics

A forum for Owners, Directors, and Managers to discuss operational needs.

Employment 29 topics

Looking for a job or have a job opening? Post it here!

Spa Jobs 8 topics

Search for a career in a spa environment here!
Find a career with a manufacturer or distributor in your area

Education 39 topics


Apprentice 9 topics

A forum for students to share experiences and questions

Mentors 2 topics

a room for Mentors, Educators, and Instructors to network and share teaching ideas
Discuss upcoming events, share information you brought home, plan get togethers, and stay in touch with those you met
Additional sites and tools that may assist you in practicing your craft

The Board 3 topics


Board Questions 2 topics

Need help with something on the board? Ask here
Let us know what you think of the board and how we might make it better
melissagillette's Avatar
Re: January Dermascope
by melissagillette
    Total users online: 0 Members and 953 Guests Online
Powered by Kunena Forum

Popular Groups

Popular Articles

  • Chemical Resurfacing: The Function of the Epidermis
    Chemical Resurfacing: The Function of the Epidermis The stratum corneum is the skin’s barrier and is the top layer of the epidermis. In the epidermis, keratinocyte stem cells reside in the basal layer, which is the lowest layer of the stratified epithelia. These cells divide further and differentiate as they move upwards in the epidermis towards the stratum corneum. Found within the stratum corneum are corneocytes which are dead keratin-filled squamous cells that are tightly bound to hydroxyl molecules. Studies have shown that corneocytes are encased by…
The Treatment Room: The Basics of Skin Restoration by Shannon Esau

The Treatment Room: The Basics of Skin Restoration...

Shannon Esau is the director of sales and education at Rhonda Allison Cosmeceuticals. She has more than 17 years of expe...