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Read the Label: SK-II Facial Treatment Essence

The SK-II Facial Treatment Essence has a variety of claims: from moisturization and enhanced radiance, to reduced wrinkles and age spots. Formulated with a special ingredient, this product is rich in vitamins, minerals and more, as this column reviews.

One Ingredient, Twice the Benefits for Pores and Age Spots

DSM has created a solution to benefit two skin problems at once. The company’s latest skin care ingredient helps eliminate facial pores and age spots simultaneously. Additionally, helps the skin look younger and improves appearance after the age of 30.

Nutrinovate’s Resveratrol Skin Care Film

Formulated with Evolva's Veri-te resveratrol and Functional Film Technology, Reserol is an oral dietary supplement designed to address signs of aging in a dissolvable film application.

Like a Bath Bomb for Your Mouth

Crème De Menthe by Lush Cosmetics is a mouth wash tablet that fizzes upon water activation to clean and refresh the teeth and gums.

Patent Pick: Unsticking Emulsion Sticking Points

What's sticky, unstable and causes skin irritation? Certainly not emulsions based on core corona-type microgels. In a new patent application, Shiseido inventors explain how these materials produce the very opposite effects.

Patent Pick: Forces Align for Sun Protection

The sun is ubiquitous across time and space, which is both to our benefit and detriment depending on the dose. For personal care, this is all the more reason to spread sun protection across categories; but balancing the variables is key, as this patent application explains.

noUV is a Sunscreen Game Changer

Since its launch in 2015, noUV has steadily grown the amount of stores retailing the supplement, as well as becoming the top selling sunscreen on the Rakuten Global Market website.

Collagen-ius! New Formula Unlocks Collagen’s Full Potential

Algenist's Genius Liquid Collagen is a plant-based collagen formula that targets five signs of aging to leave skin visibly younger in 10 days.

Patent Pick: Fullerene Sunscreens for Next-gen Protection

Simplify, simplify, simplify. Poetic words on life from Thoreau, and a more recent edict from consumers—for product labels, that is. This notion is echoed by researchers at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, in a new sunscreen patent application.

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