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Read the Label Online: Dr. Brandt's Glow Ruby Crystal Retinol Hydracrème

This online-only "Read the Label" reviews finished products to discuss why specific ingredients were used in the formulations. Here, Dr. Brandt's Glow Ruby Crystal Retinol Hydracrème is discussed.

Lightening Dark Spots With Hexylresorcinol

Clarins has introduced a serum that lightens dark spots while firming skin.

Read the Label Online: Soap & Glory Make Yourself Youthful Rejuvenating Face Serum

This online-only "Read the Label" reviews finished products to discuss why specific ingredients were used in the formulations. Here, Boots' Soap & Glory Make Yourself Youthful Rejuvenating Face Serum is discussed.

Niacin and Proteins for Neck Tightening

StriVectin has launched a product duo that is formulated with proteins and 5% vitamin B3 (niacin) to tighten the skin.

Lighten Up

Anti-aging has become a super-category in the past few decades, and while the definition of this category varies based on an individual’s needs, oftentimes anti-aging denotes a change in the appearance of pigmentation or wrinkles. This issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine addresses both approaches to anti-aging with articles on the latest cosmetic technologies.

The Photostability and Photostabilization of trans-Resveratrol

In this study, the effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) on trans-resveratrol were documented, finding that UV radiation causes it to undergo rapid and extensive photoisomerization and some photodecomposition. The antioxidant activity of trans-resveratrol is correspondingly reduced. However, in the presence of ethylhexyl methoxycrylene, a photostabilizer used in sunscreens, the effects of UV exposure on trans-resveratrol are minimized, thereby preserving its antioxidant activity and, presumably, its bioavailability.

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