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As 2010 comes to a close, SDSS would like to wish its members, partners, and other industry professionals a safe and happy holiday season. As we reflect on the past year for the industry, we would like to provide the readers of The Warfield Weekly Update, a look at the most accessed articles from the year. Our regular publication will resume next Friday, Jan. 7, 2011.



Facial aging appears to be more complicated than thought
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April 9, 2010 issue: Facelifts and other wrinkle-reducing processes have supposedly long been sought by people wishing to deflect indications of aging. But a new study from the University of Rochester Medical Center proposes that it may take more than tightening loose skin to reinstate a youthful look. This study signifies that considerable variations in facial bones, predominantly the jaw bone, seem to take place as people age and add to an aging appearance. More



Skin tone is key to aging process, not wrinkles
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Jan. 15, 2010 issue: These days, aging has become synonymous with wrinkles, therefore most of the efforts of the cosmetic industry are focused on banishing them. However, women should perhaps think twice before spending a small fortune on anti-wrinkle creams, as new studies have revealed that it's actually skin tone that gives away one's age and not wrinkles alone, the Telegraph informs. More

New study evaluates effectiveness of vitamins for the treatment of sun-damaged skin
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April 16, 2010 issue: While everyone knows that getting an adequate daily dose of vitamins and minerals is important in maintaining one's overall health, many question whether or not the vitamins touted in skin care products work in reducing the signs of sun-damaged skin. Now, a new study reviews the currently published scientific literature to determine what evidence exists to support the use of vitamins in skin care products to slow or reverse the effects of sun damage. More

Sunscreen label changes expected, but not before summer
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June 18, 2010 issue: A clearer, more meaningful standard for sunscreen labels is coming soon to a lotion near you, but not in time for the summer beach season that kicked off Memorial Day weekend. The Food and Drug Administration is working to finish new labeling rules that have been years in the making but will not be implemented before October. The current labeling system for sunscreen products is problematical, concedes Dr. James Spencer, spokesman for the American Academy of Dermatology. But as millions throng to the beaches, he counsels: "Sunscreen is the best you can do for now, and we're working on better." The idea behind the new federal regulations is to make labels less confusing, so consumers know exactly what kind of protection they're getting. More

In light and heat, gadgets claim to fight acne
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Jan. 8, 2010 issue: A new crop of hand-held aesthetic devices has been crowding the bathroom shelf, wedged between the latest salon styling tool and multi-speed electric toothbrush. Marketed as mini-me professional devices, the gadgets often come with hefty price tags and the promise of results that sound too good to be true: a skin care brush that reduces wrinkles, a hair removal unit no bigger than an iPod that beams away unwanted hair, a slender mallet-like skin plumper that creates a more youthful appearance. More

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FDA cracks down on spa and beauty device maker
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Jan. 15, 2010 issue: The FDA has announced a consent decree with medical device manufacturer Sybaritic that requires the company to cease production and distribution of laser surgery, dermatological, and spa devices until it complies with the agency's quality standards. More

5 keys to youthful skin
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March 26, 2010 issue: Ever wonder why some people have the enviable kind of skin that makes them look years younger than they actually are? Some of it is genetics, but not all of it. It's not because those people all have facialists and use pricey products. Those people follow simple, sensible rules. More

Wrinkle erasing for starters
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Oct. 15, 2010 issue: Maybe it's the laugh lines that don't go away when you stop laughing, or the furrows in the brow even when you aren't frowning. Or perhaps it's the brown spots and rough patches on your cheeks, from years of too much sun worship. For aging faces, there comes a time when skin creams and a good night's sleep aren't enough to keep you looking as young as you like. People have various reasons for turning back the clock on their appearance, from feeling better about themselves to staying more competitive in a youth-oriented workplace. But face-lifts and other plastic surgery can be a turn-off for many people, either because of their high cost, lengthy recovery times or risks of complications. Now, a widening array of minimally invasive treatments are making facial work more accessible to many people, and becoming part of their regular upkeep. Injections of botulinum toxin type A—better known by the brand name Botox—are still the most popular procedure for smoothing wrinkles, especially in the forehead and brow. Newer dermal fillers like Juvederm and Restylane can plump up lips and smile lines. More

For young tanners wrinkles are scarier than skin cancer
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May 21, 2010 issue: What's the most effective way to convince young women to cut back on their indoor tanning, a habit that hikes their risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, by 75 percent? Warn them that it will cause leathery, wrinkled skin. More

7 skin care rules dermatologists swear by
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July 30, 2010 issue: Want smooth, pretty, age-defying skin? We thought so. Who better to learn from than the pros who think about dermal health all day long? From what you eat to when you wash your face, here are 7 small changes that can make a big difference in tone, texture, and overall glow. More



Susanne S. Warfield, President/CEO of Paramedical Consultants, Inc. (www.PCIJournal.com) Official Publication of the Society of Dermatology SkinCare Specialists. Warfield has over 29 years experience, is a leading expert on business, legal and liability issues that affect physician and esthetician relationships. She has authored over 400 articles and 15 books for the consumer, medical and skin care sectors. More

                    

 
 
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