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The Environmental Impact of Skin Care Ingredients

Not all skin care is environmentally friendly.

Skin Health Tips, Treatment Inspo & More at Face & Body Virtual

Upgrade your skin health knowledge with classes and demonstrations featuring your favorite industry veterans and pros at Face & Body Virtual on May 23-26.

Jar Deconstructed: Bamboo

Freshly collected bamboo contains high amounts of thiamine, niacin and vitamins A, B6 and E. Additional nutrients include potassium, calcium, manganese, zinc, chromium, copper and iron.

Jar Deconstructed: Magnesium

From a topical skin care perspective, magnesium has been shown to aid in skin barrier recovery.

Recharge Skin with Electrolytes

This article will look at the role electrolytes play in the skin and how ingredients such as seaweed can benefit a professional and at-home skin care regimen.

Topical Avena Sativa Improves Skin Health in Adults Undergoing Cancer Treatment

An oat-based topical skincare regimen was shown to provide relief of dry skin and itch for adult patients undergoing oncology treatments.

Now Trending: Chlorophyll

The plant food is trending for good reason.

The Benefits of Gold-Infused Skin Care

While gold isn't a cure all for all skin's ailments, there are benefits that come from its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

USDA to Explore Personal Care Products from Hemp

The USDA is working with an Illinois-based firm specializing in organic chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing for a 24-month project on expanding the hemp market.

Why Clients are Reaching for Single-Ingredient Products

This can be beneficial for those with sensitive skin or those who are looking to treat a single skin concern.

Alpha Hydroxy Acid vs. Beta Hydroxy Acid

AHA and BHA: they are both acids but what makes them different?

Ingredients to Avoid When Using Retinol

Retinol is a powerful ingredient that doesn't work well in a skin care routine with just anything.

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