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Maple Imparts Unbe-leaf-able Anti-aging Benefits

A novel source for anti-aging skin care has literally fallen at the feet of University of Rhode Island researchers—maple leaves.

New Study Uncovers Itch vs. Pain Signaling

A new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience provides some relief for a phenomenon over which scientists have been scratching their heads: itch vs. pain and their discrimination.

Peach is for Pies and Anti-aging

Peach may plump up a hearty, southern pie but new research suggests it has a new place—on your face. Or, at least, its floral extract does. A recent paper from Seoul National University explains.

New Source Discovered for Botulinum Neurotoxin

"By finding more versions of the toxin in nature, we can potentially expand and optimize its therapeutic applications even further," said Michael Mansfield, one of the lead authors on the study.

Green Tea EGCG: Now with Moisture Benefits

The powerful antioxidant properties of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) from green tea are legendary. What's not are their skin-hydrating and moisturizing benefits, as new findings from AmorePacific and Sungkyunkwan University, in Korea, suggest.

Euphorbia peplus Underlines Dermocosmetic Moves by the Industry

Holistic beauty continues to grow not only as an inside-out approach by consumers, but as health itself reveals connections to beauty, reinforcing the industry's move toward dermocosmetics. A recent study of topical ingenol mebutate for solar keratosis exemplifies.

Skin Pigment Genetics is More Complex at the Equator

New research published in Cell presents genetic findings related to skin pigment diversity and complexity, further supporting the trend for customizable skin care.

Survey of Skin Research Findings

Cosmetic science has outdone itself this year, with breakthroughs not just emerging, but rolling out in actual applications. Following is a brief literature review of recent skin care findings.

Resveratrol Analog to Cells: Act Your Shoe Size

"Act your age, not your shoe size," the saying goes, to correct immature behavior. But to human cells, science is sending a new message: to not just look, but act like younger versions of themselves—which is now possible through resveratrol analogs.

Angiopoietin-like 4 from Fatty Tissue to the Skin's Rescue

New findings from the Nanyang Technological Institute in Singapore provide yet another example of derm and medicinal research crossing into the cosmetics realm; here, in a gel patch scar treatment form.

Derms Need to Think Twice About OTC Recommendations, Study Shows

Consumers faced with compromised skin often look to their dermatologists for over-the-counter (OTC) product advice, to help keep costs (and allergens) in check. But findings from a new product review suggest derms need a second look at what they're recommending.

Could Fire Ants Be Stockpiling the Next Psoriasis Treatment?

Fire ants often are portrayed as swarming the nemesis in an action film, bringing forth a warranted demise. While their choreographed attack may leave your skin crawling, new research suggests their venom may, in fact, hold a key to treating psoriasis and its itchy, irritated traits.

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