International beauty major L’Oréal has developed a method to localise and identify different types of acne using a deep-learning image processing digital system that can be linked to e-commerce product and service recommendations.
Personal care major Unilever has developed a topical composition using natural monoterpenoids from thyme and pine that it says can balance and restore microbiota diversity of the skin, particularly in amenable skin that presents conditions like...
Plant-based beauty and skin care brands seem to be cropping up everywhere; presumably because nature-based formulations that deliver results are in high demand. With 15 years of global business behind it, Kamedis hopes to meet that demand for US beauty...
Friday, the Administration announced that a retinoid, previously available by prescription, received FDA approval and can now be included in over-the-counter skin care products. It’s the first such approval since the 1980s.
The benefits of snail mucus on the skin have been known to the cosmetics industry for a while, and having seen a big trend in Korea, it is now heading to American shores and is expected to be the ‘newest fad’.
The US Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning against over the counter acne treatments, noting that severe allergic reactions can result from the usage of certain acne products, and these reactions have the potential to be lethal.
Scientists at UCLA and the University of Pittsburgh have discovered a harmless virus on the skin they say could be a promising new tool against acne, as it can naturally seek out and kill the bacteria that cause pimples.
A recent report in the British Journal of Dermatology suggests an
effective non-antibiotic treatment for acne that may help to
provide a solution to the problem of antibiotic resistance in acne
A prestige skin care provider is targeting the US market for acne
treatments with the launch of a cosmeutical line comprising a
kit containing four products based on volcanic sulfur and
other ingredients indigenous to Indonesia.
The company has launched a series of new products for the sun,
skin, hair, oral and baby care sectors that have been formulated
for added performance and purity in answer to increasing demands
for natural-based and functional products.
US pharmaceuticals and skin care specialist SkinMedica has
developed a timed release delivery system for the active
ingredients of an acne treatment that is said to up efficacy and
lower the chances of skin irritation.
The American Academy of Dermatology has given its approval to new
laser and light therapies as a means of safely and quickly treating
a variety of skin conditions, including sun-induced wrinkling,
reports Simon Pitman.
Essentially New Zealand says it has been 'overwhelmed' by the
response to the active ingredient Totarol, which it showcased at
last week's In-Cosmetics show. Its natural antibacterial properties
have already proved...
Palomar Medical Technologies has announced that it has received
clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market
its first laser handpiece for the treatment of acne. According to
the American Academy of Dermatology,...