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Interpersonal Hormone Transfer and Cosmetic Contact Allergens

It is possible that the transdermal transfer of applied hormones is of clinical relevance to personal care products. An estimated 1–3% of the population is allergic to a cosmetic product or ingredient contained therein.

Magnetism for Potential Delivery, Antioxidant Effects?

A recent study conducted at Harvard Medical School and the Wyss Institute of Biological Inspired Engineering induced magnetism in yeast cells, the implications of which suggest potential application in future delivery systems or potentially for antioxidant benefits.

Gauging UV Light Exposure to Reduce Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D is critical to human health and the best source is from natural UVB light. However, contrary to the benefits gained are the well-documented damaging effects of sun exposure. In response, described here as a complementary approach to sun care is the development of an accurate gauge of UV exposure to produce optimum levels of vitamin D before sunburn results.

Consumer Perspective: Achieving an Even Skin Tone

Consumers are becoming more aware of the evenness of their skin tone, and it has become an important concern. Consequently, the primary focus of anti-aging skin care has shifted from reducing wrinkles to evening out skin pigmentation

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