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Source: University of Tampere  Nov 12, 2018
Brown spots on skin caused by sun exposure can be removed using medicated creams, a process that may help prevent future cancers. Actinic keratoses – also known as sun spots – are brown or pink scaly marks caused by UV rays. In the past, it’s been possible to have sun spots removed by freezing them off with liquid nitrogen, but the pain associated with this...
Source: Dermatology Dept, University Of California  Oct 29, 2018
Autologous treatment with injected platelet-rich plasma (PRP) yielded substantial improvement in hair count and shaft thickness in patients with androgenetic alopecia (AGA) after three monthly treatments, in a study that compared two treatment regimens. PRP is gaining popularity because of its efficacy in stimulating fibroblast proliferation, triggering the production of collagen and e...
Source: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine  Aug 28, 2018
An experimental drug can successfully reverse hair loss, hair whitening and skin inflammation linked by previous studies to human diets heavy in fat and cholesterol, according to a new Johns Hopkins study in mice.   The investigators say the compound halts the production of glycosphingolipids, or GSLs, that are major components of skin and other cell membranes. Current research shows that mic...
Source: Staff Writer, TMN  Aug 08, 2018
Is DermaPen Safe?   If you research dermabrasion or micro needling, you’ll eventually come across a little device called DermaPen. This type of tool has become a darling of many skin care professionals and aestheticians, who tout the product to their clients as a new solution for skin tightening, with little or no down time. However, although your local spa or dermatologist office may g...
Staff Writer, TMN  Jul 23, 2018
Fast Facts: Kybella is a nonsurgical injection technique used to reduce excess fat beneath the chin. Each treatment takes about 15 to 20 minutes. It uses a synthetic form of deoxycholic acid. Safety:Kybella was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2015. It’s a well-tolerated alternative to surgical procedures such as liposuction. Cost:One Kybella treatment ...