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By: Christine Heathman
All skin commands moisture to be healthy, no matter what age, race or condition, and ceremides in skin care can help meet the need for hydration.
By: Ivana Veljkovic, PhD
Learn how to identify and provide effective skin care products for your clients.
New research suggests that isotretinoin may not be responsible for depressive and suicidal effects on acne patients.
Scientists at The University of Texas Health Science Center have reported that a combination of resveratrol, grape seed extract, calcium D-glucarate and ellagic acid may suppress damage that can cause skin cancer.
A natural anti-acne ingredient has been derived from an ayurvedic plant for antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and anti-scarring properties.
By: Jennifer Linder, MD
Find out the causes of hyperpigmentation in darker-skinned clients and the myriad of ingredients to use for treatment.
A recent session at the American Academy of Dermatology's Summer Academy Meeting 2010 looked at ways vitamins, medications and food may work to help prevent skin cancer.
Researchers have found that higher vitamin E consumption may lead to lower instances of eczema.
The Personal Care Products Council has effected an initiative through which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would have a greater role in assessing ingredient safety for personal care products sold in the United States.
By: Carol and Rob Trow
Clear up the confusing topic of parabens.