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The Ingredients of Skin Care Research
By Kimberly J. Heathman
Posted: July 19, 2007
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Points to remember
Whenever you evaluate ingredient claims or information, refer directly to the original research, which should always be referenced in the literature, Web article, manual or educational class, and try to consider all the elements described. The information may seem overwhelming, but you don’t have to be a chemist to understand it. The bottom line is that with this information you will develop better judgment toward, and more knowledge about, the products you use in treatments at your spa. This, in turn, will help you provide better service for your clients.
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2 Science retracts major Arabidopsis paper, The Scientist (April 20, 2007) http://www.the-scientist.com/article/display/53081, (Accessed April 20, 2007)
3 G Ross, A Perspective on the Safety of Cosmetic Products: A Position Paper of the American Council on Science and Health, Intl J of Toxicology, V 25, No 4, 269–277, (Jul–Aug 2006)