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Melanocyte Pigmentation or Proliferation with Neuregulin: Compositions and Methods to Treat Skin Disorders, Including Skin Canc by nih.gov Posted Wed 18 Aug 2010 5:00pm Description of Invention: Human skin pigmentation is regulated by complex and intricate interactions among melanocytes and keratinocytes in the epidermis and fibroblasts in the dermis. A number of factors secreted from keratinocytes and/or from fibroblasts have been shown to be involved in regulating skin pigmentation after U ... Read on »
DIY: Skin Clearing, Healing, and Exfoliating Mask (aloe, MSM, niacin) – Great for problem skin, uneven pigment, and aging& by lisakthrives Posted Tue 28 Feb 2012 9:45pm If you haven’t previously noticed, I have a penchant for trying new natural skin care ideas. Over time, I’ve narrowed down some of the things that have caused my skin to be less than stellar, and it’s a great feeling to have (mostly) figured things out—not that I think it is a static issue. I previously posted about some of the things I do ... Read on »
How to Reduce Skin Pigmentation by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 26 Apr 2010 1:17am Our skin gets its color or shade from pigmentation. The exact pigment that gives skin the color that it has is called Melanin. The color of your skin is almost always hereditary, and historically, people who originate from hot, tropical regions tend to have darker skin, or higher amounts of melanin. While you should be proud of your heritage, t ... Read on »
Neural Crest-Melanocyte cDNA Based Microarray Analysis for Human Skin Pigmentation Research by nih.gov Posted Sat 31 Mar 2007 5:00pm Description of Invention: Microarrays have wide applications in basic research and are used for the discovery of candidate genes as markers for disease and for therapeutic intervention. This invention pertains to the identification of a set of neural crest-melanocyte (NC-M) genes through microarray analysis and informatic ana ... Read on »
breakout, skin pigmentation, dryness o by ptwaimao03 Posted Sat 23 Mar 2013 6:23am These kinds of products address three separate but cumulative events: chronological aging, environmental aging and hormonal aging. The beauty with Soy plus a salad of other botanicals coming from a Secret Recipe from 19 century, Province, France blended with Glycolic acid along with other active ingredients with a most luxury and innovative Pur ... Read on »
Does Skin Care Vary with Skin Color and Type? by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 23 Mar 2009 12:11pm Skin comes in many different colors depending on your cultural origin, and irrespective of the skin color, the skin may also range from being oily to dry. So how should different skin types/colors be cared for - is there a difference? The human world comprises people of many ethnic groups and cultures with each ethnic group having certain gene ... Read on »
Skin Discoloration - Age Or Liver Spots, Hyperpigmentation - How We Get Them & What To Do About It by Jennifer D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:02pm Freckles. Age spots. Liver spots. Dark patches. Pregnancy mask. Melasma. These are all divergent names proper for the at any rate thing: hyperpigmentation. This is a very cheap husk disorder that occurs mostly in women. Older men are often seen with dark patches on their derma as well. It appears on the face, chest and hands most commonly ... Read on »
African American, Hispanic, Asian, Southeren and Northern European Skin Care, Requires Slightly Diff by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 4:58pm 1 Comment Cultural differences in skin type require slightly different approaches. African american skin is dark brown or black, southern Europeans have olive skin, while people in northern Europe have white, fair skin. Each of these culturally different skin types require a slightly different approach to skin care.   The world is a big place and the ... Read on »
Healthy Skin, Youthfulness and Bodybuilding by Timothy C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 10:01pm Healthy skin, youthfulness and bodybuilding go hand in hand don’t you think? Otherwise, why would any of us work out? I mean, why bother? Yet, the simple fact remains that few of us do anything to take good care of our skin, and our skin is the very first thing we notice about each other. Moreover, the quality of our skin says a lot about our h ... Read on »
Anti-Aging Skin Care by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 May 2009 10:03pm   Ask ANY woman you know if they adore their personal skin care regime and you will find that most are rather devoted to their particular brand. I know this because I sell skin care. Shifting any woman over takes some pretty hefty selling.  If I could provide you with 665% increase in skin firmness, 421 % reduction in the appearan ... Read on »