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New research show atopic dermatitis may be caused a defect in the skin's protective outer layer, causing irritation to be the result of microbes and allergens, and leading dermatologists to more sensitive treatments.
Research released from the University of Bath indicates people who suffer from acne are less likely to participate in sports or exercise due to a heightened awareness about the skin condition, resulting in a greater need to treat the acne.
South Korean researchers announced they have discovered a peptide in bullfrog skin that offer antioxidant and anti-aging properites.
New research released by German researchers shows that in addition to treating other types of pain, acupuncture can be useful in helping women treat menstrual pain.
Researchers in Finland have discovered the radiation produced by mobile, or cellular, phones has an effect of living skin tissue, though any related health issues have yet to be studied.
With their increased risk of contracting skin cancer, people who have undergone organ transplant surgery should be aware of its risks. However, recent findings show a lack of knowledge among them, making educating clients about sun care protection all the more important.
The ingredient opens new territories in anti-aging treatment.
With sunny summer months quickly approaching, recently released research from the Burnham Institute for Medical Research indicates a particular gene can play a supressor role in the development of skin cancer.
Health care workers who frequently wash their hands, such as skin care professionals, have been found to have a higher risk for irritant contact dermatitis, or hand dermatitis, which can leave hands red, itchy, scaly and burning.
Research recently performed at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine indicated alpha and beta hydroxy acids can be useful in treating acne, providing a larger range of options for acne treatments.