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Microbeads to be banned in UK by 2017
Sep27

Microbeads to be banned in UK by 2017

Warnings from environmentalists over the dangers of microbeads—the small pieces of plastic commonly found in toothpaste and exfoliating scrubs—are finally being listened to the UK. After a number of cosmetic companies…

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Mediterranean diet reduces cardiovascular deaths
Sep27

Mediterranean diet reduces cardiovascular deaths

More evidence that the Mediterranean diet is associated with good health—reducing the risk of death in patients with a history of cardiovascular disease—has been presented at ESC Congress 2016 by the observational Moli-sani…

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Facebook broadcast
Sep05

Facebook broadcast

Facebook Live is the platform of choice for Texan surgeon…

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Sleeping position affects wrinkles
Sep05

Sleeping position affects wrinkles

A new study published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal, indicates that compression, tension, and shear forces applied to the face during sleep cause facial distortion when people sleep on their sides and stomach…

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Researchers develop new framework for human nutrition
Sep05

Researchers develop new framework for human nutrition

Existing models for measuring health impacts of the human diet are limiting our capacity to solve obesity and its related health problems, claim two of the world’s leading nutritional scientists…

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GMC urges patients to question their doctors
Sep05

GMC urges patients to question their doctors

People thinking of having a cosmetic procedure are being urged to question their doctors before going ahead with treatment, in new advice issued by the General Medical Council. As tough standards for doctors carrying out cosmetic practice…

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Lignin from plants boosts effectiveness  of sunscreen
Sep05

Lignin from plants boosts effectiveness of sunscreen

A major waste product of the paper industry—Lingin—may one day be used to enhance the effectiveness of sunscreen report scientists who have published their findings in the ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering…

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First retinoid approved for over-the-counter use
Sep05

First retinoid approved for over-the-counter use

Differin Gel 0.1% is the first in a class of retinoids to be made available OTC for the treatment of acne, and contains the first new active ingredient for acne treatment for OTC use since the 1980s. The gel was originally approved in 1996…

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Sunscreens don’t meet guidelines
Sep05

Sunscreens don’t meet guidelines

Most effective absorbers and nicest fragrances do not adhere to American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) guidelines. Regulating skin exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light is the most effective way to reduce the risk for all skin cancer types, and the ADD recommend…

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BTEC laser courses
Jul11

BTEC laser courses

Mapperley Park Aesthetics Training Academy launches three accredited…

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