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Niacin, Niacinamide to Propel Anti-aging Forward

Cosmeceuticals, in particular, are all about to get a healthy dose of demand for these anti-agers.

Kao Links Biophoton Emissions with UV Exposure, and Skin Dryness and Roughness

Weak photons emitted by the body increase after UV exposure. They appear to be an early detector for signs of photoaging, including skin dehydration and roughness, Kao Corp. reports.

Treating Multiracial Skin: Reaction and Representation

While multiracial skin is hard to define, we work on breaking down how to understand and treat multiracial skin in the spa.

The Complexity of Pigmentation

For decades, people have been obsessed with color, and spa professionals are facing challenges on how to best address pigmentation.

The Importance of Beauty Supplements

Beauty supplements are going nowhere, so it's important to know what kinds of supplements can do what for the skin.

Peeling Predicaments: Can There Be Too Much of a Good Thing?

Can there be too much of a good thing? That's the question we're asking while we dive into peeling predicaments that can come up.

Collagen Formation Found to be in a Lattice Pattern

A group of researchers from Japan looked to discover the structure of collagen and elastin fibers in the skin to further the understanding of the skin and treating it.

Jar Deconstructed: Pumpkin

You better believe we are talking about pumpkin this month for our jar deconstructed feature. You will what some pumpkin spice love can do for the skin.

Reflections: Pumpkin Spice...And Everything Nice

It is officially fall, so what better way to celebrate than with pumpkin and our holiday gift guide!

Kao Connects Capillary Flow with Skin Condition

In research focused on physical functions in skin, Kao Corp. uncovered a link between the regulation of capillary blood flow and the condition of skin.

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