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Current treatments for psoriasis help calm the symptoms, but new research could hold promise for its sufferers. Individuals with mutations in the CARD14 gene have been linked to psoriasis, and inhibition of MALT1 could help keep the immune system of those with this mutation in check.
The next great wrinkle reduction ingredient might be a waste material of chocolate production, according to researchers from Malaysia.
While products and treatments can help reduce wrinkles and fine lines, understanding what causes the aging process in the first place is important to reverse the hands of time. A new study explained the process in 3D images through a 15-year time span.
Connecting the dots, researchers discovered one clue to the mystery behind what causes freckles in some individuals and not in others. It has to do with the MC1R gene.
While individuals having darker colored skin are more protected against UV, a new study found they also are more prone to vitamin D deficiency.
Blood, sweat and hairs ... a group of researchers from Japan have developed a skin transplant model that can create fully functional 3D skin transplants, complete with hair follicles and sebaceous glands, for replacing seriously damaged skin or as an alternative to animal tests.
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A smartphone microscope was built that detected about 90 of the non-melanoma skin cancers and 60 for the melanoma skin cancers.
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A wide variety of antioxidants have been reported to benefit skin, but ubiquinone and idebenone have been shown to be the most effective. These molecules protect the skin from oxidative damage caused by UV irradiation and pollution, thereby helping prevent premature aging of the skin.
Years ago, stem cells and growth factors became hero ingredients in skin care formulations. Some brands have claimed plant-based stem cells helped reproduce human stem cells and growth factors, directly changing the behavior of human DNA. This article will explore the facts on stem cells in skin care products