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A company in southwest China has recalled a skin cream after a potentially dangerous steroid hormone that should not be used for more than two weeks was found in it, state media said Wednesday.
Skin that has been damaged by the sun can be improved by increasing its sensitivity to light and then treating it with laser therapy, U.S. researchers said Monday.
Scientists at three universities in Taiwan have developed a new non-invasive diagnostic tool which combines the functions of virtual biopsy and molecular imaging and can significantly improve clinical diagnosis of skin diseases, researchers said Thursday.
When a woman puts on makeup and looks in the mirror, it is as if she is seeing a different person, Japanese scientists said Tuesday.
Estrogen creams do not help reduce wrinkles, especially those caused by the sun, researchers reported on Monday.
Tiny carp nibble away at scaly feet
Ready for the latest in spa pampering? Prepare to dunk your feet in a tank of water and let tiny carp nibble away.
People planning to have a body piercing or tattoo should pay careful attention to hygienic conditions in the studio, advised Prevention Campaign Skin, a skin health program launched last year in Berlin by a group of about 100 German public health insurance companies and accident insurers.
When a person’s skin comes into contact with intense heat, it is not only extremely painful but also very damaging to the tissue.
A total of 24 out of 25 women’s stockings products recently surveyed by the Consumers’ Foundation (CF) were suspected to be in violation of advertising laws for making exaggerated claims, the foundation announced in a news conference yesterday.
Britons might be feeling the pinch of the global credit crunch, but they’re still ready to pay thousands of pounds for cosmetic surgery, a report suggested on Monday.
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