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Swimmer Beware: The Ocean May Mess With Your Skin Microbiome

The skin microbiome is altered by swimming in the ocean, recent findings suggest—opening the door to potential opportunities for personal care applications to fortify beach-goers' skin barriers.

Building on Ingestible Beauty with Algae

Algae has been on the Earth for over 40 million years, but more recently its true benefits have been brought to the U.S.

Lauder Reveals Metabolomic Insights on Acne, Pollution, Aging and More

Leveraging the field of metabolomics, The Estée Lauder Companies has uncovered new insights relating to skin.

Jar Deconstructed: Bakuchiol

Bakuchiol is a chemical entity that can be naturally found in Psoralea corylifolia, and it has many amazing benefits to the skin that is excellent for spa treatments.

The Skin/Wellness Connection: Creating the Optimal Skin Barrier

Compromised skin is never a good look. Learn what the real connection is between skin care and wellness

CBD: Hype or Hope?

CBD has slowly grown to becoming one of the largest trends in the spa industry. So now we ask the question...is this hype or hope?

Researcher Link Scalp Location with Melanoma Survival Rate

Researchers conducted a study to find the correlation with MSS for how frequently areas of the skin are exposed to the sun.

The Eggciting Skin Benefits of Eggs

Korean skin care has brought back an eggciting ingredient that can be a real powerhouse when it comes to anti-aging.

8 Things You Need To Know About Niacinamide

No longer can we overlook vitamin B3, as this vitamin has entered the spotlight as a potent source of many skin benefits. Here are the eight things you NEED to know about niacinamide (B3).

On the Horizon Acne

Roughly 50 million people suffer from acne in the United States alone. Learn about the different types and treatments for acne.

Lauder Findings on Sirtuins, Stress and Eucalyptus

New findings highlight the importance of sirtuins in skin cell activity, how they relate to environmental signals and circadian rhythm, plus the antioxidant efficacy of eucalyptus.

Why the FDA's 'Sunscreens in the Bloodstream' Study is Flawed

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association tested the potential systemic absorption of certain sunscreens. Results identified their presence in subjects' bloodstreams; however, as industry expert David Steinberg explains, the study is misleading and fails to consider crucial variables.

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