melanin

Scientists May Have Found a ‘Space Sunscreen’—and It Sounds Out of This World

By Liz Ritter, Executive Editor July 28, 2020
The next frontier…for our skin.
aging

The Number-One Factor That Predicts How Well You’ll Age

By Julie Ricevuto January 23, 2017
All it takes is a glance in a mirror.
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The Future of Fighting Grays

By Elise Minton Tabin October 3, 2016
These discoveries may make hair dye a thing of the past. 
treatments

Treatments That Can Harm Hyperpigmentation

By NewBeauty Staff November 2, 2010
Discoloration can range in type and color, so it’s important to discuss your hyperpigmentation with your dermatologist or plastic surgeon before trying certain treatments, as some could potentially make it […]
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Race And The Race Against Time

By NewBeauty Staff September 21, 2010
Melanin, the substance that gives skin its color, plays a big part in how different ethnicities show the signs of aging. With lighter skin, UV rays from the sun can […]
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Can Your Eat Your Way To A Healthy Tan?

By Marci Robin August 17, 2010
Think dangerous UV light is the only way to get a natural tan? Think again. Although melanin is the pigment most commonly associated with bronzed beauty, carotenoids can also influence […]

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