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What’s New In Natural Ingredients

Knowledge about the efficacy and abilities of a variety of natural ingredients is expanding every day.

Human Stem Cell-created Skin Layer Could Replace Animal Testing

An international team led by King's College London and the San Francisco Veteran Affairs Medical Center (SFVAMC) has developed the first lab-grown epidermis with a functional permeability barrier akin to real skin.

New Clues to Potential Treatments for Tissue Scarring in Scleroderma

A discovery by scientists could lead to potential new treatments for breaking the cycle of tissue scarring in people with scleroderma.

Scleroderma Research Foundation Holds Event to Find Cure

Thanks to an eclectic and unique gathering of gifted and creative minds, new treatments for a rare autoimmune disease may be just a few short years away …

Researchers Search for New Treatments to Improve Lives of Scleroderma-sufferers

Scleroderma lacks a cure and effective treatments—a group of researchers is looking to change that.

High-risk Melanoma-causing Gene Mutation Discovered

Researchers have discovered that mutations in a specific gene are responsible for a hereditary form of melanoma.

Stem Cells and Growth Factors: What You Should Know

Clear up the confusion about the differences between growth factors, stem cells, plant stem cells and other related technologies.

Understanding Inflammation: The Root Cause of Skin Aging

Learn how inflammation impacts the aging and rejuvenation process.

Telomeres and Aging: How to Keep Clients Younger Longer

Offer safe, corrective skin care results with minimal downtime by understanding and preserving telomeres.

Shining the Light on Natural Ingredients to Treat Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is commonly treated with topical treatments with varying degrees of success. Now, new topical ingredients—including some that are plant-based—are offering more treatment alternatives showing promise for this tricky skin condition.

Young Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer Survivors More Likely to Develop Other Future Cancers

People who had nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC) were at increased risk for subsequently developing melanoma and 29 other cancer types, and this association was much higher for those under 25 years of age.

Researchers Dig Deeper Into Relationship Between Bacteria and Atopic Dermatitis

Researchers from the Drexel University College of Medicine have established a clearer relationship between Staphylococci bacteria and the conditions atopic dermatitis (AD) and eczema.

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