SPRINGDALE, Ark., November 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Theraderm Clinical Skin Care specializes in clinical-grade skin care and professional procedure products. The company also provides educational material because they know that continuing education is an important aspect in effectively treating skin conditions. This is why Dr. James Beckman, founder and CEO of Theraderm Clinical Skin Care, connects with leading publications to provide educational articles on topics in the skin care industry.
Recent articles include:
Preventing and Treating Stretch Marks: http://www.skininc.com/treatments/body/Preventing-and-Treating-Stretch-Marks-338938892.html
Stem Cells and Skin Care: http://www.skininc.com/skinscience/ingredients/Stem-Cells-and-Skin-Care--320160891.html
Dr. James Beckman believes that treatment and prevention of skin conditions should always be approached through science and a complete understanding of the skin function. He also believes that one of the most effective ways of ensuring the best treatment methods are being used is to continually share knowledge. By working with leading publications in the skin care industry, Theraderm Clinical Skin Care can easily provide educational information to help skin care professionals stay updated and informed.
Along with his contribution to leading publications such as Skin Inc., Dr. Beckman also shares his industry knowledge through free webinars. Click here to register for our November 17, 2015 webinar on treating difficult skin conditions with chemical peels.
ABOUT THERAPON SKIN HEALTH
Therapon Skin Health, parent company of Theraderm Clinical Skin Care, is a skin care company that uses bioscience to create solution-based products for a variety of skin concerns. Therapon is dedicated to providing simple solutions to complex problems by creating products that effectively restore youthful-looking skin. Visit www.theraderm.net for more information.
Rebecca Soard, Content Writer (479) 287-4006
Therapon Skin Health
2081 Dime Drive, Springdale, AR
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