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Korean Team Puts Their 'Finger' on the Next Nutricosmetic

The oral intake of Chinese ginger, otherwise known as fingerroot or Boesenbergia pandurata, was recently found to improve skin hydration, wrinkling and gloss. How? Read on to learn more.

Herbs, Spice and Everything Nice...for Skin Health

The benefits of herbs and spices like turmeric, cinnamon, rosemary and oregano transcend well beyond the body. When used appropriately in the treatment room or applied topically as part of a home care regimen, they can revitalize skin cells, treat hyperpigmentation, detoxify and stimulate circulation and regeneration.

Untouched, 'Primitive' Microbiome Sets the Skin Health Benchmark

As it turns out, on skin, the more "bugs," the better; and cosmetics could be negatively affecting their diversity. New research from the UK compared microbiomes to set a "healthy skin standard," against which the effects of products can be measured, in the future.

Answering the Question: Why Moisturize?

The skin is your body’s largest organ, and it represents the first line of defense against bacteria, viruses and irritants. If that skin barrier function is disrupted, even by simple dry skin, that puts individuals at risk for infection and dermatitis.

FDA Approves Merkel Cell Carcinoma Injectable

The FDA has approved BAVENCIO (avelumab) for treatment in people with Merkel cell carcinoma, providing a potential breakthrough in treating the deadly cancer.

Study Finds Fat Cells Linked to Anti-aging Treatment

A study has discovered stem cells collected from human fat can potentially be used for anti-aging treatments. While the study needs further review, it has potential to open new therapeutical opportunities.

Jar Deconstructed: Meet Your Matcha

With a quick Internet search, you’ll learn that matcha is a form of green tea (Camellia sinensis). So what makes it different? And how can this tea-derived powder benefit beauty?

Lipid Enlightenment: A New Way Forward for Personalized Skin Care

Cosmetic dermatology in some ways replaces and surpasses anti-aging. Many cosmetic and personal care multinationals see it as the next strategic move. And new findings in lipidomics, such as these from the University of Oregon, quickly push the potential forward.

FDA Approves Eczema Injectable After Study

After successful clinical trials, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Dupixent injectables for treatment in adults with moderate-to-severe eczema.

Infographic: Identifying Rosacea Subtypes and Triggers

With the warmer months coming up, skin protection is becoming more important, especially if you have rosacea.

Examining Skin Disease Internationally

The second article of this two-part series focuses on treatments and the future of skin diseases around the world with insights from industry experts.

What's the Likelihood of Skin Disease Creating Disability?

In a two-part series, the first part looks into skin diseases worldwide and if they can create disabilities across a lifespan. Plus, skin care professionals share their insights.

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