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Spring 2017 Internship: Integrated/SEO Marketing

Spring Summer 2017 Internship- We're Hiring NYC

Spring & Summer 2017 Internship Overview

Our spring & summer 2017 internships are designed to provide meaningful work and life experiences. Interns are selected by the mentoring professionals after a careful review of their complete application. An extensive interview will be held before you arrive to ensure the placement is right for you and provides the experience you expect.

Depending on your chosen field, you will spend eight (8) – twelve (12) fascinating weeks working in an office, lab, or clinic.

Submit your transcripts and necessary supporting documents to info@adv-derm.com | Attention: Internship.

A team member will work with you on finding the ideal placement for you. You will be notified of your internship workplace as soon as you are placed.

Spring Summer 2017 Internship- Digital Marketing

Spring 2017 A�- Integrated/SEO Marketing Internship

You will have an opportunity to work on dermatological products and related medical/health care brands. This internship will work directly with the integrated marketing team to gain and offer experience in digital, social, channel, and search and content, partnership marketing. The candidate will have heavy involvement in competitive/industry, auditing and analysis of the brand, managing campaigns for asset trafficking, keyword and search.

  1. 1. Work cross functionally with web, media, and social/content teams to optimize content for our prospect base
  2. 2. Search Engine Optimization focused strategies (Digital Strategies adhering to Integrated marketing concepts)
  3. 3. Support current/past marketing campaigns including, e-Newsletters, marketing visual, co-branding one-pagers, marketing/content blogs, visuals
  4. 4. Dive into program reporting and analytics to make business recommendations for improved campaign performance (optimization areas)

Required Skills and Experience:

  • – Rising Seniors or students currently enrolled in an accredited university majoring in Marketing, Communication or relevant Science/Technical majors; MBA welcomed too.
  • – Strong in analytical or technical
  • – Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • – Software skills strongly preferred: Microsoft Office (specifically Excel), Google Enterprise
  • – Familiarity with automation platforms.
  • – Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • – Exquisite presentation skills; Exceptional organizational skills
  • – Desire to work in a fast paced environment while handling multiple projects
  • – Interest in dermatology, medical/healthcare, and proficient in social media.
  • – Content creators and/or visual programmers or coders; are bonus talents.
  • – Detail-oriented approach to everything
  • – Talent for effectively interacting with individuals at all levels of the organization
  • – Ability to follow directives

Internship Location:

Midtown, New York 10019: (6-8 weeks) Unpaid Internship with Bonus/Perks & Credit potential.

To Apply: Spring Summer 2017 Internship

Submit resumes, portfolios & transcript: info@adv-derm.com

To the Attention: Corey Chambers, Strategist


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Is Your Fragrance Causing Wrinkles

Sweet Toxic Fragrances

The perfumes used to give cosmetics and beauty products their pleasant scent are complex and often comprised of several different chemicals, many of which have been found to cause everything from allergic reactions to cancer. There are as many as 3,000 chemicals being used as fragrances in not only perfume, but most of the beauty and personal care products on the market. Many of these chemicals have yet to be tested for toxicity and include known hormone-disrupting chemicals and carcinogens.

“An allergen is a protein that is known to cause an IgE-mediated reaction,” explains Beth A. Miller, MD, director of the University of Kentuckya��s Asthma, Allergy, and Sinus Clinics and chief of the school’s division of allergy and immunology in Lexington. IgE, or immunoglobulin E, is an antibody produced by the body in response to exposure to an allergen.

Is Your Fragrance Causing Wrinkles

Fragrance Allergies -A�Skin Reactions

Immunoglobulin E (IgE) are antibodies produced by the immune system. If you have an allergy, your immune system overreacts to an allergen by producing antibodies called Immunoglobulin E (IgE). These antibodies travel to cells that release chemicals, causing an allergic reaction.

An irritant, on the other hand, doesna��t provoke the immune system. But it has no problem making eyes water or noses run.

It’s not understood how or why this happens. “An irritant is a chemical or product that causes symptoms without a known immunologic cause,” says Miller, so it does not cause an IgE-mediated reaction.

“Sensitivity is really a non-specific term,” notes Miller. Only an allergen can cause a true allergy, while “irritants cause sensitivities.”

The bottom line: What people call a “perfume allergy” is either fragrance sensitivity or an allergy to some chemical in the perfume.

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Fragrance Causes – A�Burns or Brown Age Spots

Have you ever noticed that some ladies have distinct brown discoloration on areas such as the neck, dA�colletage and even on and behind their ears! This condition is a direct result of daily application of perfume to these areas.

Some perfumes even contain bergamot, a fragrant fruit that is photosensitive, meaning that it can cause aging spots or brown spots on your skin when it combines with the sun on your skin. The solution: spray perfume on your clothes instead of directly on your skin. Age spots are flat, brown, gray, or black spots on the skin.

Your favorite perfume or cologne is likely to contain alcohol, which when applied to your exposed skin during daylight hours, causes it to become photosensitive to sunlight. This means your skin is more likely to suffer from sunburn, leading to wrinkles,A�pigmentation and possibly even skin cancer.

So basically, applying perfume directly to the skin will accelerate burning; which in turn, sunburn causes wrinkles and pigmentation.

Contact dermatitis is a fairly common effect of perfume on the skin. This can cause your skin to develop a red, itchy rash that can be quite painful and even blister and become infected, depending on the severity of your reaction to the product. Those who use certain products regularly increase their risk of a severe reaction and even chronic skin disorders, such as eczema.

Safe Skin Perfume Tips:

  • – Spray your perfume onto your wrists.
    • – (Just dona��t rub them together a�� this bruises the notes, altering the scent.)
  • – Squirt your delicious smelling smell onto the skin under your clothes.
    • – (Avoid spraying it onto your actual clothes a�� fragrance can stain fabrics!)
  • – Heat helps emit the perfume from your body, so any body parts like your inner elbows and knees are also wonderful places to spray.
  • – Oh, and spritzing your fragrance on your hair does leave a lovely lingering scent, but the alcohol can also dry out your strands so be careful when doing this.
    • (Try spritzing your hair brush instead.)

       

      Fragrance Causing Wrinkles