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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.
By: Mark Lees, PhD
Learn the true and false of common skin care misconceptions, as well as what some of your colleagues know about the issues.
At the most recent meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology, dermatologists discussed how customized routines can help people's skin appear its best.
As people age, they see more cosmetic changes in their skin and hair, but now more than ever, there are treaments skin care professionals and dermatologists can provides to help lessen these changes.
By: Cathy Christensen
From The Spa at the Wedgewood Hotel, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Rough buffing of the skin does a better job of removing wrinkles and acne scars and stimulating healing than a gentler rubbing, University of Michigan researchers report.
Research presented at the American Academy of Dermatology's summer meeting showcases how hormonal therapy can be used to treat acne in women older than 20.
German researchers have shown that using LED technology in combination with a green tea extract lotion can have a visible effect on facial wrinkles and fine lines.