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Marine Ingredients: The Future of Skin Care

By combining seaweeds' abilities to concentrate unique nutrients with aggressive research and development practices, marine skin care can successfully provide solutions for most skin concerns.

Researchers Find Virus Able to Kill Melanoma Cells

Researchers have found a virus competent at finding, infecting and killing human melanoma cells, both in vitro and in animal models, while having little tendency to infect non-cancerous cells.

Navigating Through Anti-aging Ingredients

In today’s culture, both women and men are searching for methods and products to delay the aging process. No one wants their skin to slip the secret of their age or unhealthy lifestyle choices, such as being a sun-worshiper, not getting enough rest or smoking.

Psoriasis Patients Have Increased Risk of High Blood Pressure

The risk of high blood pressure associated with psoriasis patients calls for them to receive regular health screenings.

Anti-aging Ingredients for Sensitive Skin

Claudia Aguirre names the top ingredients to soothe skin irritation and combat anti-aging around the eyes.

More than 16 Million Americans Vulnerable to the Negative Social Impacts of Rosacea

According to a recent survey, the majority of individuals with rosacea feel the skin condition has an impact on their social lives.

Vitamin A: New Applications and Outcomes

This tried-and-true ingredient continues to evolve, helping it remain one of the most potent ingredients in a skin care professional's arsenal.

The 3 Stages of Hormonal Skin Care

Look at where female clients are in their life cycle, and consider the possible skin conditions that can occur due to hormonal imbalance at that time.

The Lure of Organic Ingredients

More spas and more clients are becoming interested in learning the benefits organic has to offer.

New Sign of Aging Discovered by Professor and Chanel Research Collaboration

Researchers have determined a new way people unconsciously perceive age.

Long-term Research Links Dairy and High-Sugar Foods to Acne

Milk and sugary foods do increase the risk of acne, say researchers, after looking at 50 years of data.

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