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Hand Treatment For Hands That Have Been Washed Too Often

Written by: Dr. Charlene DeHaven

Here’s some help for hands that have been washed A LOT in the past few weeks. All of us should be washing our hands much more frequently than we did prior to the Coronavirus pandemic. This is something we are all doing for the greater good. This practice helps prevent the viral spread to individuals and delays the spread of the virus to the larger population. This “blunts the incidence curve” to help our healthcare system with the overwhelm.

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The Importance Of Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

Written by: Katherine Medina

This fairly new concept was developed in the 1990’s by psychologists John Mayer and Peter Salovey, and was further popularized by the 1995 bestseller Emotional Intelligence, authored by science journalist Daniel Coleman. The term “emotional Intelligence” refers to “the ability to monitor one’s own and other people’s emotions, to discriminate between different emotions and label them appropriately, and to use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior.” More simply put, emotional intelligence informs the ways we manage our own behavior, navigate social complexities and make personal decisions to achieve positive results.

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Treatment For Tired Eyes

Written by: Dr. Charlene Dehaven

The eye area is not only the first to show signs of aging, but also to reveal signs of stress and fatigue. It’s especially important to care for the delicate periorbital skin since the eyes “are the windows to the soul” and the first part of the face noticed by someone when greeting another.

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Protecting Your Aesthetics

Written by: Dr. Alpesh Desai, DO and Dr. Erez Minka, DO

In today’s world of instant communication and social media power, anyone can immediately dispense information for millions around the globe to see. While this has many benefits in arenas such as journalism and entertainment, it has become easier than ever to spread dangerous medical misinformation without even the thinnest veil of legitimate professional credibility. Skin care information remains one of the most popularly searched and followed topic throughout social media and blogs. Without knowing the reputation of an online post’s author, people become vulnerable to predatory skin care information.

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Building Your Business When Your Brick And Mortar Is Closed

Written by: Sofie Pavitt

The biggest strength I brought from my experience was the ability to pivot and adapt on a very fast turnaround. On that very weekend of deep cleaning, having time to think, I realized I had to bring my services to my clients. My business is based on clients coming to see me, but I had to turn it around and take myself to them this time. But what would that look like, and would it be successful? The following weeks of quarantine were spent really experimenting with what worked and what didn’t.

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An iS CLINICAL Skin Care Journey With Linda Pitt

Written by: Linda Pitt

In the Spring of 2018, I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. My prognosis was good, but I had to undergo a series of aggressive treatments, including 16 rounds of chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation. During my treatment, my oncologist informed me that I would need to undergo a form of chemotherapy called “The Red Devil.” Thankfully, during the past thirty years as a skin care specialist, I have experimented with a wide variety of skin care regimens and remembered that iS CLINICAL has a skin care line safe for cancer treatments that I had seen others have success with.

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