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By: Elaine Linker
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By: Sam Dhatt
Plant stem cell technology can deliver antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and sebum-regulating activity to consumers.
By: Claudia C. Aguirre and Annet King
Compelling research is surfacing regarding the ongoing dialogue between skin and the brain.
Results show that physically inactive adolescents were at greater risk for depression, substance abuse, aggression and anxiety.
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Board-certified dermatologist Amanda Friedrichs offers tips for an effective acne skin care routine.
Study reveals that only 13% of women in the U.S. wear sunscreen daily.
Report also reveals a number of salons make misleading claims about Vitamin D health benefits.
By: Terri A. Wojak
As a skin care professional, educate clients and consumers about what is best for them, and foster realistic expectations for their skin care concerns.