In laboratory testing, an FDA-approved diabetes drug has been shown to extend life and prevent wrinkles; upcoming clinical trials will look explicitly at the pill’s potential to stave off the effects of aging in humans.
A recent survey from market research company Mintel concerning the use of anti-aging products in the US has revealed that just 24 per cent of consumers are currently using anti-aging products, with the common belief being that aging is mostly down to...
A new study confirms that vitamin A can help to improve wrinkles
associated with aging as well as promote the production of
skin-building compounds, suggesting it could become an increasingly
important ingredient in natural-based...
European scientists have revealed research findings that suggest
skin tone and luminosity are key indicators to the perception of
age, hinting that cosmetic companies would do well to focus on
treatments that target this area.
Hair care is rapidly becoming a part of the growing anti-aging
phenomenon. As formulators race to include SPFs and a host of
restorative ingredients, we look at the latest products on the
Beverly Hills Aesthetics has launched a new mesotherapy-based
microinjection process, that is claimed to be an alternative to the
raft of non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatments currently
flooding the market, reports Simon Pitman.
Private label and added-value products promoting wellness and
beauty are expected to see future growth in Germany in 2005,
reports Euromonitor. More confident consumer spending is expected
as Germany shows signs of recovery after...