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Sep
25
2008

Thyme Blossoms

fresh thyme
By: Cathy Christensen

This herb adds flavor to any spa menu.

Sep
25
2008

Listen In on Skin Inc. Magazine’s Editor in Chief on Online Radio

Log on to the World Talk Radio online program Skin Health TODAY to hear Skin Inc. magazine editor in chief Melinda Taschetta-Millane discuss facial products and treatment trends.

Sep
24
2008

Antioxidant Cream Protects Skin From Sun Damage

A new study shows an antioxidant cream to help protect skin against the sun, as well as aiding in fighting cancer mutations.

Sep
23
2008

Researchers Work to Unravel Skin Medical Mystery

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched an investigation in to the existence of a controversial potential skin disease called Morgellons.

Sep
22
2008

No Such Thing as a Safe Tan, Researchers Say

British and U.S. researchers have announced that their review of published studies leads to the conclusion that there is no such thing as a safe tan.

Sep
18
2008

Researchers Use Nanoparticles in Melanoma Treatment

A new study done at Penn State has shown nanoparticles filled with a drug that targets specific cancer-causing genes can treat melanoma.

Sep
17
2008

Indian Men Seeking Male-specific Skin Care

By: Priyanka Bhattacharya

Indian men’s spending on specialized skin care is increasing as their drive for youthful looks and grasp of changing beauty standards grow.

Sep
17
2008

Nutricosmetics: A New Way to Beauty

By: Eleni Grammenou

Euromonitor International examines the market for nutricosmetics in the wider context of cosmetics and toiletries and the emerging nutraceuticals market.

Sep
17
2008

CVS Adds Skin Care Device to Shelves

Combination of alternating treatments of infrared and red light therapy said to stimulate collagen synthesis; retailer trains beauty advisor staff in use and in complementary product offerings.

Sep
17
2008

CDC Launches Educational Campaign on MRSA Skin Infections

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have began a national campaign to teach parents how to protect children from methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections.