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Blinc Inc. Launches At-home Microdermabrasion Stick

Blinc has brought microdermabrasion into the home with its latest launch.

Saliva Extract Shown to Heal Wounds

In a recent study from the Netherlands, a compound in human saliva has been reported to speed wound healing. This research may offer hope for individuals suffering with chronic wounds, injuries and burns.

Umo Brings r-PGA to Retail Skin Care

Umo Inc., Co., Ltd. is set to unveil a line of retail products by the end of the summer that feature its gamma polyglutamic acid (PGA) compound.

Mediterranean Menu Inspires Skin Care

The obsession for natural and organic beauty products with ingredients sourced from popular tourist hotspots, such as the Mediterranean, is taking a new direction.

Sunless Tanner Down from 2006

Women are using less sunless tanner, according to a recent report by Mintel International.

Red Tea, Green Tea or White Tea?

When most people in the personal care industry hear the word tea, their mind probably automatically conjures the green variety, but what about red?

Mark Introduces Skin Care Line

Mark, a brand of Avon, has introduced a skin care collection that incorporates superfruits and superfoods.

Clarins Addresses Climates with Cloudberry, Katafray Bark and Sorbier Tree Extract

Groupe Clarins has introduced a line of moisturizers that is said to transcend the world's climates with ingredients such as katafray bark, pomegranate extract and Arctic cloudberry.

Biotherm Addresses Cellulite with Plankton, Biofibrine and Massage

Biotherm, a brand owned by L'Oréal, has introduced a line of products that claims to banish cellulite with pure thermal plankton, biofibrine and massage.

Natural Açai Oil Moisturizing Facial Mask

The following formula is based on all naturally derived raw materials. The finished face mask composition provides a moisturizing and rejuvenating skin feel after use.

Polymer Gel Reduces Skin Graft Contraction

A gel that could prevent the painful and disfiguring contractions of skin grafts used to treat burns has been developed by British scientists.

Well-being in Personal Care: An Interview with Meyer Rosen

Wellness is a concept from ancient times that has for years been reflected in spa market. The concept of wellness has also translated into cosmetics and personal care, oftentimes through “accompanying” fragrances designed to elicit an emotional response of relaxation...

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