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Research recently published in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science shows nanoencapsulated sunscreens to be more effective, helping guard skin against sun damage.
Information released from the American Academy of Dermatology indicates a range of advancements in the sun care product market, making it more important than ever to be able to sort through the claims for scientific facts.
New research has reported that workers such as those in the construction, forestry, fishing and farming occupations are less likely to receive necessary skin exams.
Produced from the African plant tiger nut, Silab's new antiaging ingredient reinforces the structure of the papillary dermis, boosting resilience and elasticity.
By Nica Lewis
Although the use of wood for scent is well-established, beauty manufacturers are now highlighting the active benefits of tree-related ingredients--a development originating from traditional Chinese medicine.
Laboratoires Sérobiologiques (LS), the active ingredient business of Cognis Care Chemicals, has introduced a mild, preservative-free, plant-based active that prolongs and enhances the effect of hair removal treatments.
Dermatologists are warning that lip glosses that don't contain an SPF are potentially damaging to the lips, attracting sunlight and possibly causing skin cancer.
Italian researchers have found acupuncture treatments that are traditionally performed can be effective in fighting migraines.
Lycopene in tomatoes has been shown by British researchers to protect against sun damage in skin.
The possibility that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt may have had melanoma in a lesion above his left eyebrow has been raised by a New York City physician, further raising the awareness of the disease.