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Dec 01, 2006 | 11:29 AM CST
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane, Editor, Skin Inc.
Beyond a broadening age, gender and regional base, the spa industry has expanded with the trend toward mind/body wellness. This article highlights recent trends in the spa industry.
Dec 01, 2006 | 11:21 AM CST
By: G. Guglielmini, Sinerga SpA
This article describes two sophisticated techniques to measure the diameter of emulsion droplets on the nanometer scale and uses those techniques to test a new emulsifying agent capable of spontaneously creating emulsions with droplet sizes smaller than 300 nm.
Dec 01, 2006 | 11:08 AM CST
By: Jennifer A. Davis and R. Randall Wickett, PhD …
This brief review provides an insight into the current standing of sensitive skin research, including recent findings on the possible role of nerve growth factor as an underlying mechanism and predictive tool for sensitive skin.
Nov 01, 2006 | 11:24 AM CST
By: Jeanette M. Waller and Howard I. Maibach, MD
This review examines the medical literature on the thickness of aging human skin and the common assumption, based on appearance, that elderly skin is thinner. In fact, among dermatological researchers there is great controversy about the effects of aging on the thickness of skin strata.
Nov 01, 2006 | 10:56 AM CST
By: L. Rigano and C. Andolfatto, Laboratori L. Rig…
A particular extract of DNA from the gonadic tissue of male sturgeons is shown to have cell renewal effects with possible antiaging benefits for skin moisture, thickness, elasticity and micro-wrinkles.
Oct 18, 2006 | 11:53 AM CDT
By: Ken Klein, Cosmetech Laboratories
Cosmetic chemists are being constantly bombarded by raw material suppliers promising the latest and greatest new chemistry.
Oct 10, 2006 | 02:17 PM CDT
By: Sara P. Modjtahedi, Bobeck S. Modjtahedi, and …
Irritant contact dermatitis (ICD), a common dermatological disorder, presents the classic signs and symptoms of infl ammation: edema, redness and tenderness. It can occur as a result of single exposure to an acute irritant, or when exposure to a less potent irritant is persistent or repeated until signs and symptoms develop over weeks, years or decades.
Aug 31, 2006 | 10:16 AM CDT
By: Heather Woolery-Lloyd, MD, University of Miami
Although ethnic skin tolerates many commonly used ingredients well, unique features such as the skin’s propensity to develop hyperpigmentation must be considered. In this article, the author describes ethnic skin’s compatibility with several ingredients.
Aug 02, 2006 | 02:09 PM CDT
By: Katie Schaefer, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazin…
The cosmetics and personal care industry has seen some revolutionary changes over the past 25 years. This article attempts to highlight some of the milestones in the industry reported by our pages and seen through our eyes.
Apr 27, 2006 | 07:45 AM CDT
By: Caroline Segond, Eric Théron, Virginie Petit a…
Madecassoside and one of its isomers, terminoloside, are responsible of the infl ammatory response modulation on stressed keratinocytes. This highly purified and titrated blend of triterpenes, extracted from Centella asiatica, is preventing immune disorders, protecting the cells and preserving the keratinocytes renewal potential.