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Nov
17
2008

Australian Scientist Develops Possible Skin Cancer Vaccine

An Australian scientist who developed a vaccine for cervical cancer is set to outline a breakthrough which could pave the way for a skin cancer vaccine.

Nov
14
2008

New Devices and Methods for Detecting Skin Cancer

Body Mole Map from AAD

Along with new equipment, the AAD refines its ABCD method of checking for skin care by adding an "E" for "evolving."

Nov
12
2008

New Research Shows Potential New Sun Protection

An oxide of cerium could protect against UVA rays in the same way as the inorganic filters zinc and titanium, according to researchers in France.

Nov
07
2008

How-to: The Rainbow Reiki Treatment

By: Linda Bertaut

Follow these step-by-step instructions in order to offer this treatment to clients.

Nov
03
2008

Blistex Launches Anti-aging Lip Balm

Blistex Deep Renewal packaging

Deep Renewal, available to the public via mass market channels, claims to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and improve lip health.

Nov
03
2008

UVA Damage May Be Prevented by Astaxanthin

Astaxanthin is more efficient than other carotenoids in protecting the skin from UV damage, according to recent in vitro study findings.

Oct
31
2008

Happy Halloween from Skin Inc. Magazine!

Skin Inc. magazine wishes you a happy and safe Halloween, and offers up these easy skin care tips to keep faces looking fresh after a night of Halloween makeup.

Oct
29
2008

LEDs Shown as Effective Against Facial Wrinkles

German researchers have found that treatments with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can rejuvenate skin and result in less wrinkles.

Oct
28
2008

Research Shows Photodynamic Therapy May Be Helpful for the Skin

A study done at the University of Michigan has shown promising results for treating sun-damaged skin with laser therapy.

Oct
27
2008

New Study Shows Laser Hair Removal Effectiveness

Laser therapies to remove unwanted hair may be safer and more effective when used separately rather than in combination, according to an Iranian study.