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Fighting Glycation for the Diabetic Client

The skin of a diabetic client is especially prone to premature or accelerated aging, and treatments and product choices will either help or hinder his or her ability to achieve their skin care desires.

Can Skin Infection Connect to Food Allergies?

Six million children in the U.S. currently suffer from food allergies, and the number is growing. Researchers are investigating whether a child’s itchy or irritated skin has something to do with this.

Study Finds a Glowing Skin Cancer Detector

A new method using a high-resolution microscope can potentially help doctors discover skin cancer in a matter of minutes without a biopsy. The glowing secret is in NADH.

How Do Moles Become Melanoma?

Moles—some people have a few while others have many, but what makes a mole become a melanoma?

Antioxidant Enzyme Found in P. Acnes

Researchers in Sweden discovered a potential in protecting skin against diseases with an antioxidant-rich enzyme, RoxP. They believe future testing with this enzyme can lead to positives where formulators can include RoxP in sunscreens to help prevent life-threatening diseases.

Power Poses Result in Powerless Motives

Power poses are acknowledged to be powerful with many mental and physical benefits. According to a couple of researchers from University of Pennsylvania, these are false recognition's, which could even backfire.

World Essential Oil Market Expected to Reach $11.5 billion by 2022

With a compound annual growth rate of 10.1 percent from 2016 to 2022, the world essential oil market is expected to reach $11.5 billion in the next six years.

10 Secrets for Healthier-looking Skin

The American Academy of Dermatology reveals 10 universally beneficial skin care tips from dermatologists.

Beyond Texture: Building a Sense of Sensory Ingredients

This article reviews some of the latest ingredients in skin care that add emotion to the textural sensory experience.

Oxidative Stress Acts on Telomeres, but Differently

How does oxidative stress impact telomerase activity? Not quite how researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and others thought.

Jump-Starting Cells

Tap cellular energy to keep the skin charged and youthful.

Emu Oil: Ancient Remedy for Modern Times

For hundreds of years, the Australian aboriginal people have utilized the benefits of emu oil for medicinal purposes. Emu birds are harvested for nutritional purposes, and the oil is a byproduct that is derived from the stored fat layer.

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