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Plant-based compounds with antioxidant properties are likely to be playing an increasingly important role in the sun care of the future.
High molecular weight hyaluronan from oral supplements does reach skin and joint tissues, supporting a role for the compound in such products, says a new study.
The Hearts on Fire diamonds were part of new packages at Mirbeau Inn and Spa in Skaneateles, New York, where B. Kamins, Chemist helped launch them this past weekend.
By: Irina Barbalova
Technological advances, heightened consumer awareness and emerging markets have fostered a boom in sun care product launches and the continued positive potential of the segment.
By: Sara Mason
Global multiethnic culture has driven the beauty business to reach out with product and marketing innovations.
The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) is backing efforts to encourage increased consumption of vitamin D through food and dietary supplements.
State laws meant to keep teens out of indoor tanning booths haven't made a dent, a new study has found, disappointing doctors hoping to reduce deadly skin cancers.
With the rise of more cosmetic procedure treatments, as well as at-home options, clients need to be more aware of the issues that could arise and how a skin care professional can help them.
A panel organized by the Citizens for Sun Protection recently convened to put pressure on the FDA to adopt new sunscreen standards.
The NPD Group reports that makeup preference shifts as women age. The organization also suggests that makeup is a good beauty category to focus on because it offers an indulgence during these economically challenging times. Makeup services and retail may hold the keys to financial success for spas in 2009.