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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.
New reseach shows acupuncture treatments may help women conceive, possibly affecting blood flow and hormones.
The Personal Care Product Council (PCPC) has released a statement on phthalate exposure in baby care products.
Stem cells that help regulate the regeneration of hair have been identified by researcher at the University of Southern California.
By Rachel Chapman
In the consumer’s world, natural means safer, greener, better for the environment, etc. And although this belief may not entirely be grounded in reality, the fact remains that products labeled as natural have been the force behind a major trend in cosmetics and personal care for years.
Laboratoires Sérobiologiques, a division of Cognis France, has introduced a complex of plant and marine origin designed to protect skin against aging.
By Steve Herman
The combined use of prebiotics and probiotics for a targeted approach to battling bad bacteria on the skin is among the newest ingredient trends for skin and hair care products.