Tagged: "nanotechnology"

Hyaluronic Acid Treatment Without The Needle

Hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Restylane or Juvéderm, can restore youthful volume and tone when injected into the facial skin. But for those who shy away from needles, scienti...

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Nanotechnology Safe In Sunscreens

Titanium and zinc are essential sunscreen ingredients and recently nanoparticulate amounts have been shown to improve sunscreen products by making them feel less thick and reduc...

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A New Dawn For Your Stagnant Skin

When your skin is stuck in a rut, sometimes simply switching moisturizers is all you need to get glowing again. That's especially true if the replacement has a borderline-magica...

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A Transforming Foam For Fine, Flat Hair

At first glance, Jonathan's new Infinite Volume Thickening Foam looks like... well... water. But with a just a pump, it transforms into a luscious mousse-and it transforms fine ...

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Get Iron-Smooth Hair Without The Iron

There's blow-dry straight and then there's flat-iron straight. Let's not kid ourselves-the latter usually looks a heck of a lot better, even though it's more damaging. But a new...

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Are Some Sunscreens Unsafe?

Many sunscreens that rely on physical UV filters include nanoparticles of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. The benefits of these extra-small particles include less white film, a...

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Is Nanotechnology Unsafe For Your Skin?

The number of products incorporating nanotechnology seems to increase every day. But could its ability to let ingredients better penetrate skin actually backfire? Some experts ...

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Good-For-Your-Skin Makeup

I recently had the opportunity to speak with makeup-maven-turned-product-developer Danielle Vincent about her new cosmetics line, Kimiko, and I was instantly intrigued. This col...

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