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Waste product from paper is new natural SPF

A natural waste product produced during the paper making process could be an effective new natural SPF for skin according to new research. Plant products used to make paper produce a waste substance during the paper-making process is called lignin. It’s lignin that has been found to have highly effective sun protection properties for skin […]

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Student nurse’s rosacea is triggered by pregnancy

  Rosacea effects one in ten people and is most typical in women over the age of 50 and is often triggered or exacerbated by the menopause. However it can occur in younger women and also in men. Notably even though less men get rosacea than women, in men the symptoms are usually more severe. […]

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New SPF that allows vitamin D production in skin

    We all know we should wear sun cream in order to protect our skin from the sun. Yet a growing concern about always wearing SPF creams is that our production of vitamin D is reduced. Until now all high factor sun creams also block the production of vitamin D in the skin. An […]

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Natural cure for acne found in apple tree bark

  The race is on to find an effective but natural cure for acne, which has become the most common skin complaint among adult women, with over 40% experiencing acne at some point. A new study has found that a natural plant flavonoid found in the bark of apple trees could be an effective natural […]

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