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Could An Anti-Cancer Cream Replace Anti-Aging Lasers?

By NewBeauty Editors June 23, 2015
It’s been around for almost half a century, but it’s the new anti-aging cream on the block. Fluorouracil, which was originally used as an intravenous chemotherapy drug, has evolved into […]
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The Anti-Aging Effects of Omega-3s

By NewBeauty Editors January 3, 2013
Could omega-3s be the new fountain of youth? These polysaturated fatty acids have already earned a rep for being a gold mine of health benefits—protection against heart disease, autoimmune disease […]
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How The Vitamin Niacin Can Fix Your Skin

By NewBeauty Editors August 29, 2012
Beauty buzzwords come and go, but one that has continually boasted a bevy of praise over the past few years is niacin. Otherwise known as vitamin b3, this wonder ingredient […]
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Repairing Sun Damage: The Missing Piece Of The Puzzle

By Marci Robin July 27, 2010
Most flora and fauna are equipped to reverse sun damage with an enzyme called photolyase. Unfortunately for us humans, mammals are the exception. Although we have other enzymes that help […]
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Repair Sun Damage With Sophisticated Synergy

By Marci Robin July 21, 2010
Your skin is perfectly capable of repairing the damage done to it by the sun-it just needs a little help. And with an extraordinary active concentrate by science-minded brand Boske, […]
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How Skin Is Susceptible To Dna Damage

By January 14, 2010
Found in every cell of every living being, DNA is essentially a blueprint of how the cells grow, develop and function. DNA is like a ladder, so to speak, with […]

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