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The Effect Polyglutamic Acid Can Have on Skin

Healthline explains how polyglutamic acid can be used to help treat concerns and even heal the skin.

2 Essential Fatty Acids Your Clients' Skin Needs

Learn all about which internal essential fatty acids are best for beautiful skin from within.

56% of Americans Rarely or Never Use Sunscreen

The report showed that 35% of participants never use sunscreen.

Two-year Study Reveals Microbiome Stands Strong in Healthy Skin

A study of 115 healthy men and women, published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, revealed the microbiome of healthy skin stayed fairly consistent over the course of a two-year period.

Nuts About Skin Care

Most know that nuts as a food are healthy to add to our diets, but we are beginning to see more nuts and their oils in our skin care products.

Jar Deconstructed: Bamboo

Freshly collected bamboo contains high amounts of thiamine, niacin and vitamins A, B6 and E. Additional nutrients include potassium, calcium, manganese, zinc, chromium, copper and iron.

Almond Consumption Improves Photoaging in Postmenopausal Women

The daily consumption of almonds was found to reduce wrinkles and pigment in the skin of postmenopausal women.

Hydrolized Marine Collagen Supplementation Improves Aging Skin

Hydrolized marine collagen was effective in reducing the appearance of wrinkles and improving skin elasticity.

Meadowfoam Seed's Role in Protecting Skin

The natural ingredient can be a key to protecting and moisturizing the skin.

Potential of CBD and Cannabinoids for Skin Care

CBD is shown to help soothe the skin as well as help regulate oil production.

How Lemon Can Solve Client's Skin Concerns

From pigmentation to acne, lemon might just be the answer to these issues.

Skin Microbiome Manipulation as a Therapeutic Opportunity?

A review published in the Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal explores the current state of the art in skin microbiome manipulation and transplantation for potential therapies.

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