Month: July 2008

ABC of Skin Cancer and Mole Detection

Moles typically manifest by the time a person reaches their early twenties and in most instances, there’s usually nothing to worry about. Moles are merely pigment cells (called melanocytes) that develop under the dermis and grow together in clusters. When these cells are exposed to sunlight, they tend to darken. That being said, you should… Read more »

What Does "Dermatologist Skin Care" Mean?

The skin care products and services industry is responsible for billions of dollars in sales each year. New cosmetics are continuously launched and introduced to the public. Many of these products contain effective ingredients that can help your skin. Other products and services are less effective, but they’re marketed aggressively. The phrase “dermatologist skin care”… Read more »

Can A Skin Care Product Repair Your DNA?

The skin care industry is massive. And while there are truly effective products containing ingredients that can make a difference to your skin, there are others that probably aren’t worth wasting your time on. Because the cosmetics industry is largely unregulated, you’ll find that some cosmetics manufacturers will make unsupported claims. Recently, some manufacturers have… Read more »

Role of Collagen in Skin Care

Redermic XL – an effective boost for collagen For years, collagen creams have been available for skin care. They’re often advertised as a solution for rebuilding the collagen fibers underneath your epidermal layers. While collagen can deliver benefits to skin, contrary to what manufacturers claim, it does not have the ability to rebuild or replace… Read more »

Do Sunscreens Cause Cancer?

Over the past few years, you may have read reports on the internet and from other sources that sunscreen use can increase the risk of skin cancer. There are some ‘conspiracy’ theories as to how this assumption arose, one including a rumor perpetuated by tanning bed manufacturers to assure people that tanning beds are safe…. Read more »