Tag: sunscreens

4 Things You Should Know for Great-Looking Skin

Every day, we’re inundated with advertisements about the next “miracle” product. Whether it’s an average consumer, a skin care professional or a physician, all would like to believe that they have finally discovered the magic ingredient to make skin flawless. The reality though, is that skin care miracles don’t occur; at least not in the… Read more »

EUK 134: A New Antioxidant in Skin Care

EUK 134 is a manganese complex that has found to exhibit powerful antioxidant activity when included in skin care formulations. Studies have shown that cells treated with EUK 134 before exposure to UVB rays demonstrated less cell damage than expected without treatment. EUK 134 mimics two enzymes present in cells – super oxide dismutase and… Read more »

Radiant Skin: 4 Ingredients That Work

Radiant skin is indicative of healthy, youthful skin. Eating well, getting enough sleep and exercising regularly will go a long way towards achieving that glow you desire. Here are 4 skin care ingredients proven to help deliver radiant skin: 1. Topical exfoliants. Exfoliation is an important part of any skin care routine because it helps to remove… Read more »

Retinyl Palmitate Sunscreens DON’T Cause Cancer

Do they or don’t they? Earlier this year, the Environmental Working Group issued a health warning that sunscreens containing retinyl palmitate could pose a cancer risk. The warning garnered considerable media attention and caused confusion among the public You may be able to rest easier now that an independent analysis published online in the Journal… Read more »

Retinyl Palmitate Sunscreens DON'T Cause Cancer

Do they or don’t they? Earlier this year, the Environmental Working Group issued a health warning that sunscreens containing retinyl palmitate could pose a cancer risk. The warning garnered considerable media attention and caused confusion among the public You may be able to rest easier now that an independent analysis published online in the Journal… Read more »