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Research Uncovers How UV Weakens Skin Cell Bonding

For some time, the industry has studied the negative effects of UV at various skin depths. But recent findings from the Binghamton University reveal previously unknown mechanical effects, particularly related to cell bonding and cohesion.

Jar Deconstructed: Squalane

Squalane for skin care is almost a no-brainer; but first things first, squalene is not the same as squalane. This column will focus on squalane as a skin care ingredient, but to help differentiate the two.

Researchers Discover a Connection Between Fat Cells and Melanoma

Researchers have discovered a connection between fat cells and melanoma, but they are also working on a way to block this connection.

Ophiopogon Japonicus Clinically Proven to Calm Atopic Dermatitis

Traditional treatments for AD can cause skin atrophy, itching and burning. As such, SILAB sought an alternative natural solution; a new clinical study reveals their success, rooted in Ophiopogon japonicus.

How Stressing Out Causes Skin Aging; and a Way to Reverse It

Not stressing out could be the best thing consumers do for their skin, according to new research; but if that's not an option, a secondary study has a different solution.

Beyond Your Basic Carrier—Jojoba Heals

Its aesthetic properties are relevant as formulators seek natural ingredients to replace synthetics; not to mention the bonus omega-9 and vitamin E content.

The Role of Gut Health in the Formation of Acne

When gut flora becomes imbalanced it affects many facets of the body and especially affects the acne-prone.

Breaking Down Different Types of CBD

CBD is a hot topic in the spa industry. Like any great skin care trend, this means that it can have amazing benefits as long as it is used correctly.

Jar Deconstructed: Spin Trap

Spin trap provides antioxidant benefits to the skin, and it can easily be paired with treatments int he spa for anti-aging benefits.

Is Microbe Modulation the Future of Acne Care?

Researchers utilized a cocktail of donor bacterial communities to test the possibility of future probiotic solutions for acne and other skin conditions.

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