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Mar 12, 2008 | 10:10 AM CDT
Researchers at Rockefeller University have discovered a tiny RNA molecule that helps create the protective barrier between the inner layer of skin and the surface of skin.
Mar 12, 2008 | 09:22 AM CDT
Sederma SAS launched a skin brightening ingredient with a new mechanism of action from the heart of the melanocyte.
Feb 27, 2008 | 09:49 AM CST
A Columbia University research team has discovered a gene involved in determining hair texture that could lead to treatments for unwanted hair, or potentially grow hair.
Jan 17, 2008 | 06:09 PM CST
University of Illinois researchers have found that exercise can aid in decreasing the inflammation of damaged skin, helping to heal wounds.
Jan 04, 2008 | 10:36 AM CST
By: B. Brewster, Cosmetics & Toiletries Magazine
Nicotinamide, the amide of niacin or vitamin B3, is used to treat arthritis. It also has demonstrated anti-inflammatory actions that may be of benefit in patients with inflammatory acne vulgaris. Nicotinamide, therefore, would appear to play a positive role in inhibiting inflammation but a negative role in aging. Are there other ways to stimulate sirtuins?
Jan 04, 2008 | 09:54 AM CST
By: I. Imbert, C. Dal Farra and N. Domloge, Vincie…
This article reviews the first scientific evidence confirming the presence of sirtuins in the skin, as well as their role in cell survival, senescence and longevity. This vital discovery could lead the way to new and innovative types of antiaging cosmetic ingredients that activate sirtuins.
Jan 02, 2008 | 09:28 AM CST
Zoe Diana Draelos of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine recently reported on the latest cosmeceutical approaches for antiaging and her assessment of their efficacy.
Dec 05, 2007 | 02:19 PM CST
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have reversed the effects of aging on the skin of mice...\\
Nov 13, 2007 | 09:02 AM CST
Researchers sequence a fungus to shed light on the ways to fight dandruff and other skin conditions.
Nov 02, 2007 | 12:05 PM CDT
By: Katie Schaefer, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazin…
Stem cell research is a hot topic that cannot be ignored in today’s scientific realm. Its research may lead to the reversal of Parkinson’s and diabetes, to the growth of new organs, to strengthening bones and to healing damaged skin. The research of stem cells in conjunction with burn victims has led to innovation in another field—skin care.