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New in Facial Treatments (page 18 of 32)
By: Carrie Lennard
Though the market was dimmed by the global recession, bright spots are appearing for facial skin care worldwide.
A new report by Global Industry Analysts Inc. (GIA) predicts that the color cosmetics market will reach US $41.4 billion by 2015, aided by color formulations with added benefits, new textures and formats, natural or organic ingredients and pigment innovation.
Although no official studies have been done, evidence is growing to support the link between gum-chewing and mouth wrinkles.
A recent white paper released by Gillette offers evidence that a man's typical shaving routine can be greatly improved by using more advanced products.
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In a recent study by a British department store chain, the average British woman's cosmetic bag is four years out of date.
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
Status quo no longer works, and savvy spa owners are heading back to their roots.
Seventy-five percent of women skin care users tell NPD they use skin care products to look the best they can for their age.
By: Diana L. Howard, PhD, Annet King and Jane Wurw…
This three-pronged explanation of aging skin and its treatments brings a fresh perspective to an old concern.
The cost of treating psoriasis is rising faster than inflation, says a U.S. study, which also found that newer, biologically-derived treatments cost more than traditional systemic therapies.