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[podcast] Pollen: A 'Particulate' Concern for Skin

June 23, 2017 | Contact Author | By: Rachel Grabenhofer with Tom Mammone, Ph.D.
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Keywords: The Estee Lauder Companies | anti-pollution | pollen | protection | UV | particulate matter | blue light | antioxidants

Abstract: Tom Mammone, Ph.D., of The Estée Lauder Companies and Clinique Labs, has taken a "particulately" closer look at one major pollutant: pollen. In this podcast, he describes its negative effects in skin and offers approaches to mitigate them. Listen now!

Pollution is a growing concern across continents and industries. Closer to home, in personal care, it's been shown to negatively impact skin processes and appearance.

As such, innovators have responded with anti-pollution solutions. These include everything from antioxidants and blue light protection, to anti-pollution hair care.

In relation, in this exclusive interview, Tom Mammone, Ph.D., of The Estée Lauder Companies and Clinique Labs, shares his take on anti-pollution with a "particulately" closer look at one of the major offenders: pollen.

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Pollution is a growing concern across continents and industries. Closer to home, in personal care, it's been shown to negatively impact skin processes and appearance.

As such, innovators have responded with anti-pollution solutions. These include everything from antioxidants and blue light protection, to anti-pollution hair care.

In relation, in this exclusive interview, Tom Mammone, Ph.D., of The Estée Lauder Companies and Clinique Labs, shares his take on anti-pollution with a "particulately" closer look at one of the major offenders: pollen.

Here, he explains how it negatively affects skin by setting processes in motion much like UV exposure. These can eventually cause signs of aging.

Can these effects be mitigated? According to Mammone, yes, via a few simple—and one surprising—treatments. Listen now!