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Cleopatra put spoiled milk on her face to stay young, which probably marks one of the first recorded lactic acid skin peels in history. 2000 years later, one might ask about the progress we’ve made.To this day, we use chemical or laser peels and other treatments that either remove the outer layer of skin or inflame the deeper skin in hopes that the process of “healing” will lead to renewed, refreshed skin. In the 90s, Cleopatra’s lactic acid was replaced with hi-tech and high-powered CO2 ...
One of the fascinating observations in nature is that plants exposed to massive amounts of sunlight over the course of decades, or even centuries, show no damage or “aging.” We, on the other hand, are destined to pay dearly for every sun burn or unprotected exposure to sunlight with uneven pigment, dry skin, wrinkles, and even sun related skin cancers. Why?It turns out that plants have far more effective molecules for preventing penetration of unwanted wavelengths of sunlight. They are ...
Well, it does – which may or may not make you beautiful, but it also directly protects and restores skin… which really does make you beautiful!Like so many other biological molecules that serve as transmitters in the body, it makes little sense that they would only transmit one thing. Just like electrons can tell your hard-drive to store information, yet can also tell your television screen which colors to project, similarly, melatonin not only travels to sleep centers to say “goodnight,” ...
It’s fair to say that our skin exists in a tug-of-war between forces that cause oxidative and genetic damage and those that protect against them. One need only spend a single day in a dermatologic surgeon’s office (the specialty that treats skin cancers) to see the once immortal surfers, tennis players, and outdoor swimmers whose balance of power has swung far to forces of evil. Their skin has endured so much genetic and oxidative damage from the sun, and their anti-oxidative mechanisms ar...
There has been a lot written about the well known benefits of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and hyaluronic acid, perhaps even ferulic acid.  You may have heard about the wonders of anti-oxidants and which ingredients to watch out for. But you probably have never heard about 4 super ingredients, all with incredible science to back them up, which can change the nature of your skin care.  And yes, you want these ingredients in your skincare routine. Melatonin   This sleep-inducing neurotra...
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