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How Lemon Can Solve Client's Skin Concerns

From pigmentation to acne, lemon might just be the answer to these issues.

Skin Microbiome Manipulation as a Therapeutic Opportunity?

A review published in the Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal explores the current state of the art in skin microbiome manipulation and transplantation for potential therapies.

Red and White Wine Steeped in Anti-aging Potential

A study published in Antioxidants reveals the antioxidant and anti-aging skin care potential of red and white wine extracts.

The Benefits of Bee Propolis

Bee propolis can be a great preventative when added to skin care.

The Best Ways to Use Spirulina

Is spirulina the next "it" ingredient for skin care? Or is it better in foods and supplements?

The Benefits of Mineral Sunscreen

Mineral sunscreen is suggested to be kinder to the environment and to the human body.

Bakuchiol Reduces Acne Blemishes and PIH

The study of a bakuchiol 0.5% topical showed a decrease in inflammatory lesions and acne-related PIH in subjects with skin types III-VI.

Jar Deconstructed: Arnica

Arnica has bloomed as an all-around remedy for various skin ailments, from inflammation and pain, to healing effects.

Silab Reveals Anti-aging Findings for Glyco-Repair

Silab has presented additional efficacy data for its Glyco-Repair ingredient, found to reactivate the natural processes of skin repair and aging.

How to Treat Dehydrated Skin

Medical News Today breaks down the difference between dry and dehydrated skin as well as how to combat the latter.

Charcoal Soap: Does it Actually Work?

Activated charcoal is found in numerous forms of skin care and claims to purify and detox the skin, but does it really?

The Versatility of Enzymes

This article will explore the types of enzymes available, how and why they work, which are best suited for the treatment room versus home care.

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