Catch a glimpse of what we covered throughout the session at the sixth annual Integrative Dermatology Symposium. You may be inspired 😀
LearnSkin’s Inaugural Integrative Dermatology Journal Digest brings you accessible and convenient integrative dermatology research summaries for you to easily stay up-to-date and bring new treatment options to your patients.
Self-care is the greatest gift you can give. The ‘Self-Indulgent Treatments’ virtual guide by LearnSkin Faculty member, Amy Branum, is filled with recipes and practices. Find your favorite combination and set aside time each week to indulge.
In addition to medical and cosmetic uses, botulinum toxin can have psychological usages as well. Research suggests botulinum toxin offers a significant improvement in symptoms of depression and is considered a safe adjunctive treatment for patients who are receiving pharmaceutical treatment for depression.
Medical treatment for vitiligo should not only focus on improving the appearance of the affected areas, but help elevate self-esteem through activities not directly related to outward appearance. While many treatment options are available to treat the underlying disease, the psychological effects of vitiligo may be best remedied with public awareness.
The inaugural Integrative Esthetician Track hosted by LearnSkin was a resounding success! Catch a glimpse of what we covered. You may be inspired 😀
The fifth annual Integrative Dermatology Symposium was a resounding success! Catch a glimpse of what we covered throughout the session. You may be inspired 😀
Scientists have shown that multiple skin diseases, including acne, eczema, and seborrheic dermatitis, are associated with abnormal changes in the skin microbiome. Have you considered how the skin microbiome might play a role in skin health and understanding vitiligo?
A virtual guide shedding light on the potential toxins we’re exposed to in our daily lives. Download to learn more about minimizing toxic home exposure from cleaning and personal care products, furniture, carpets, paint, food, and water with Dr. Kennard’s secret nontoxic clean recipes and favorite women’s herbal medicine recipes.
The microbiome is an important community of microbes found in many areas of the body, such as the gut and the skin. When the gut or the skin microbiome shifts out of balance, this can set up the body for skin inflammation. While foods, botanicals, and supplements can help shift the microbiome, the esthetician’s role is to introduce topical ingredients to help bring skin back into balance.