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Oct
13
2008

New Study Shows Vitamin D Helps Prevent Skin Infections

Oral supplements of vitamin D may boost production of protective compounds in the skin, and may ultimate help prevent skin infections, according to a new study.

Oct
01
2008

Turmeric's Therapeutic Benefit in Cosmetics

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Turmeric (INCI: Curcuma longa) is an ancient powdered spice that is part of the ginger family. It has a wide range of therapeutic and cosmetic benefits.

Sep
26
2008

Study Shows Estrogen Does Not Stimulate Collagen on Sun-damaged Skin

Research done at the University of Michigan Health System has shown skin that has been sun-damaged does not increase collagen production with estrogen treatments.

Sep
25
2008

Berries in the Spa

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By: Laura Carson Miller

Old favorites such as blueberries and cranberries merge with trendy goji and acai berries for delightful spa offerings.

Sep
25
2008

Thyme Blossoms

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By: Cathy Christensen

This herb adds flavor to any spa menu.

Sep
24
2008

Antioxidant Cream Protects Skin From Sun Damage

A new study shows an antioxidant cream to help protect skin against the sun, as well as aiding in fighting cancer mutations.

Sep
18
2008

Researchers Use Nanoparticles in Melanoma Treatment

A new study done at Penn State has shown nanoparticles filled with a drug that targets specific cancer-causing genes can treat melanoma.

Sep
17
2008

Researchers Create Drug Delivery Nanoemulsions

Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles create nanoscale droplets for skin care delivery; researchers report molecules stable at a sub-100-nanometer size range.

Aug
29
2008

PCPC Defends FDA on Sun Care Regulation

With the arguments heating up around sunscreen regulation, the Personal Care Products Council recently defended the FDA on its sun care regulation issues.

Aug
25
2008

Research Shows Nanoparticles May Penetrate Sun Damaged Skin

Nanoparticles may penetrate sun damaged skin causing concern about their increasingly widespread use in sunscreens, according to new research.