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New research at the University of Bath suggests that using emollient creams to relieve the symptoms of eczema could actually make the condition worse.
Read a free excerpt of the organization's fourth edition of "Understanding Melanoma: What You Need to Know."
According to new data from the British Journal of Dermatology, new evidence shows green tea may help slow the aging process.
This recently identified condition is caused by laptops, heating pads or other heat sources being held on the body for an extended period of time.
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Find out how less common natural and organic ingredients can make services stand out.
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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.
Two recent studies show how the use of sunless tanning products can result in less UV radiation for women.
Called “Psophisticated Style: A Guide to Everyday Style and Psoriasis,” the online resource provides fashion tips to those suffering from psoriasis.
New research suggests that isotretinoin may not be responsible for depressive and suicidal effects on acne patients.