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  • Private Label Products Can Help Doctors Boost Their Profits

    Posted on by CosMedical Technologies

    Small practices that have difficulty making revenues due to a limited clientele can benefit from the introduction of their own private label brand. Private label products supply your clients with the skin products they need while simultaneously earning you higher profits. Here’s a look into how doctors can benefit from creating their own brand of skin care solutions. What is Private Label Skin ...

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  • Keys to Becoming Successful in the Spa Business

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    With thousands of spa locations all across the nation, it can be difficult to make your spa stand out to potential clients. There are a lot of factors that go into the running of a successful spa business. Here are a few key strategies that professional spas have used to get an edge over the overwhelming competition.Research Your CustomersThere are many different types of spas, and not all spas...

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  • Hyperpigmentation

    Posted on by CosMedical Technologies

    "Dr. Ciraldo, one big challenge for me is treating people with hyperpigmentation. Some people come in after seeing many doctors and after years on protocols like Obagi or TCA peels, without ever clearing. Have you got advice on how to give confidence to clients that I can really help them?" JD, Miami, FL  Dr. Ciraldo's Answer….Here you go!  Tips for Hyperpigmentation Management  1. FIND OUT...

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    Dr. Loretta’s Answer….Here you go!

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  • Buffered Glycolic products

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    Dr. Loretta's answer: All of our glycolic products, except for our 35% Professional Glycolic are partially buffered. The FDA requires that glycolic products that are for at-home use must be buffered/"neutralized" to a pH of 3.5 or higher, and all of our at-home glycolic products are at a pH of ~3.5. The pH of 3.5 means that they are as acidic as allowed by law and this helps to define them as a...

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