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Play the Winning Hand - Watching Your Fortunes Grow in Skin Care
Date:4/29/2009

Looking at Hot Topics in Skin Care at the 15th SPSSCS Annual Meeting

New York, NY (Vocus) April 29, 2009 -- The Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists (SPSSCS) celebrates its 15th Annual Meeting - Play the Winning Hand: Watching Your Fortunes Grow in Skin Care, to be held in Las Vegas, NV. The meeting offers educational seminars for nurses, aestheticians and other trained skin care specialists working in the offices of plastic surgeons certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Also featured are exhibits from companies providing the latest products and services for medically-supervised skin care.

"This year's educational program balances the science of corrective skin care, the safety standards that should be adhered to, and the medical-legal aspects involved in patient-care," says SPSSCS President-Elect and Program Chair Sandra Day, from Sarasota, FL. "As we all know, this is a challenging time in our economy. However, 'skin care' is not a frivolous expense. As corrective skin care specialists, we are promoting not only appearance, but the health of good skin as well."

One of the highlights from the Skin Care 2009 Meeting will be a breakout session titled Product Evaluations - A Comprehensive Method of How To Look Beyond The Hype. This is an interactive course designed to discuss the various range of home care product options available to the medical skin care specialist and systematic ways for evaluating them. The discussion will be led by Sandra Adams and Denise Byrnes, skin care specialists and former SPSSCS board members, who currently work for companies th
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