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By Carl Thornfeldt, MD
The fountain of youth may be discovered through reducing inflammation--both internally and externally.
By Cathy Christensen
Ingrain oats into your spa meny for delicious results.
By Sarah Kajonborrirak
Sweetly scented and full of healing properties, this plant is a spa's dream.
By Rebecca James Gadberry
Learn more about MIT, a common paraben substitute.
Croda has introduced a UV booster for organic sunscreen actives.
By Imogen Matthews
Ingredient lists and labels are facing more and more scrutiny as consumers, unwilling to accept cosmetics and toiletries at face value, seek purer, more natural alternative formulations, leading to significant growth in alternative ingredients in new launches.
The anti-aging ingredient aquaporin-3, or AQP3, should be used with caution according to Alan Verkman, a scientist with the University of California, as it may cause skin tumor formation.
The European Commission (EC) is requesting opinions from its Scientific Committee on Consumer Products (SCCP) on benzophenone-3 and toluene.
Organic Monitor is predicting 2008 to be defining year in the adoption of natural and organic standards in the skin care industry, possibly affecting a range of products and treatment options.
Vitamin D, which can typically be derived from exposure to the sun, has been discovered to be helpful in combating cancer, osteoporosis and other diseases. However, due to the risk of skin cancer, more physicians are recommending vitamin D be taken in a pill form.