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A partnership has to be formed with your clients to find a long-term solution that treats the root cause of their skin problems.
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A low level of daily exposure to a common component of sunlight can cause skin damage at the molecular level after just a few days, new University of Michigan Medical School research shows.
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The combination of a strict home-care regimen and a plan of action with a qualified skin care professional can greatly reduce the chances of acne.
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Glycation is a buzzword that is gaining more momentum in the consumer and retail sectors. Find out what it means for your clients.