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A Deeper Look at Extrinsic Aging

The large majority of cutaneous aging is caused by external influences, many of which can be avoided.

Do Patterns and Timing of Sunlight Exposure Contribute to Skin Cancer?

Recent studies have taken place examining the patterns and timing of sunlight exposure and how each is related to two nonmelanoma skin cancers -- basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.

German Survey Finds Nearly 40% Have Used a Sunbed

Researchers conduct a telephone survey of 4,851 individuals; women and immigrants more likely to have ever used a sunbed.

Study: Cosmetic Filler Injections Can Cause Retinal Blockage Leading to Blindness

The American Journal of Ophthalmology has published a report that evaluated 12 consecutive patients with retinal artery occlusion caused by cosmetic facial filler injections.

Study: Sun's UV Rays Weaken Skin's Protective Barrier

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reveals UV radiation weakens the outermost layer of the epidermis.

How pH Affects the Formulation of a Product

Understanding this chemistry is critical to selecting the correct peel solution for your clients.

Plant Stem Cells: The Next Generation in Skin Care Technology

Plant stem cell technology can deliver antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and sebum-regulating activity to consumers.

Study Links Adolescents' Mental Health With Physical Exercise

Results show that physically inactive adolescents were at greater risk for depression, substance abuse, aggression and anxiety.

Survey Shows Rosacea Inflicts Both Physical Discomfort and Visible Effects

In a National Rosacea Society survey of 1,709 rosacea patients, nearly 93% said they had experienced physical discomfort as a result of the disorder.

7 Simple Steps To Help Control Acne

Board-certified dermatologist Amanda Friedrichs offers tips for an effective acne skin care routine.

Neutrogena Study Shows More Skin Cancer Education Needed

Study reveals that only 13% of women in the U.S. wear sunscreen daily.

Official U.S. Data Links Indoor Tanning and Skin Cancer Risk

Report also reveals a number of salons make misleading claims about Vitamin D health benefits.

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