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By: Szilvia Hickman
Daily replenishment of topical antioxidants provides the skin with an arsenal to deflect the assault and minimize the damage created by free radicals.
By: Jennifer Linder, MD
The large majority of cutaneous aging is caused by external influences, many of which can be avoided.
Austin skin care provider Four Points Dematology exposes the three main types of skin cancer, and reveals characteristics and statistics for each.
Recent studies have taken place examining the patterns and timing of sunlight exposure and how each is related to two nonmelanoma skin cancers -- basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.
Researchers conduct a telephone survey of 4,851 individuals; women and immigrants more likely to have ever used a sunbed.
The American Journal of Ophthalmology has published a report that evaluated 12 consecutive patients with retinal artery occlusion caused by cosmetic facial filler injections.
By: Christine Heathman
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is a universal response of the skin and is more common in the darker global skin types.
By: Elaine Linker
Understanding this chemistry is critical to selecting the correct peel solution for your clients.
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.