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Link Between Skin Cancer and Alzheimer's Uncovered

The Journal of European Academy of Dermatology & Venereology set out to discover whether there is a link between Alzheimer's disease and people with malignant melanoma.

Wake Up To Better Skin

Beauty sleep may not be as much of a myth as we previously thought. In fact, a regular sleeping schedule can actually help the skin to repair and regenerate.

Melanoma Study Suggests Altered Schedule

A recent melanoma study observes whether the scheduling of two FDA-approved drugs can make a difference.

Jar Deconstructed: Horse Chestnut

Horse chestnut provides multiple benefits for the skin like helping with circulation to really get the blood pumping.

What Sleep Means To Aging Skin

While beauty sleep may be a common expression it also happens to be a very true one. Sleeping well can have some great effects on the skin, but just how awesome is it?

How Cosmeceuticals Affect Epigenetics

Because of knowledge gained through epigenetics, it is now known that only about 35% of longevity is determined by our genes. The remaining 65% is determined by epigenetic factors.

Food-to-Face: The Superfood Revolution

Superfoods come in a variety of forms, whether that be in skin care, nutrition or cosmetics. Learn about some major superfoods that are great for skin and body.

Biomimetic Science: A Message in a Bottle

Biomimetic science is "The study of the formation, structure or function of biologically produced substances and materials..." So, how does this apply to the beauty and wellness industry?

You Are What You Eat: Whole Foods for Better Health and Skin

Nutrition plays a big role in healthy skin, and more specifically certain foods can make a big difference in the skin's appearance. From berries to chocolate, different foods positively impact the skin in different ways.

Jar Deconstructed: Elderberry

Elderberry is a species of flowering plants, and it is known for its healing capabilities due to its antioxidant power.

The Microbiome Movement: Commensal Cosmetics Offer a Viable Future

Various factors shape an individual’s skin microbiome, which has key effects on skin appearance and health. These are described herein, as is the potential to develop products in consideration of the microbiome.

Nano-sized Discovery Reveals Enormous Seasonal Skin Treatment Potential

The results of a new study suggest climate can affect the skin on biochemical and ultrastructural levels. This provides new pieces to the puzzle of seasonal differences in xerosis and dermatitis.

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