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By: Rachel Ametsitsi, Ada S. Polla and Anne Pouill…
With the recent U.S. Food and Drug Administration changes to sunscreen legislation, a review of sunscreens is in order.
A low level of daily exposure to a common component of sunlight can cause skin damage at the molecular level after just a few days, new University of Michigan Medical School research shows.
In a survey from The Beauty Company, 99% of respondents said they'd used a sunless tanner product in the past.
In its comments, PASS requests the CDC to "urge the FDA to clear the 10-year backlog in new sunscreen applications and create a predictable, transparent and timely review process for pre-market approval of new sunscreen ingredients."
An independent, peer-reviewed study has demonstrated that UV lamps used for hardening gel nail polish are safe and do not increase risks of developing skin cancer.
Study shows many Americans are uninformed about sun protection, regardless of the season. They also are unaware of the risks of sun exposure and who is at risk for sun damage.
A team of researchers from Duke University, Rockefeller University and the University of California San Francisco have identified the gene that causes pain in sunburned skin.
By: Louis Silberman
A number of procedures can be used to fade sun spots, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and soften leathery-looking skin.
Skin cancer on drivers' left side likely due to exposure through side window glass.
Many members of the International SPA Association (ISPA) provide products that tackle consumers' desire to protect their skin, but still achieve a summer sun-kissed glow.