Is bark best for burns? Jim Brandenburg/ Minden Pictures/Getty By Alice Klein A naturally-occurring chemical in birch bark helps skin wounds mend faster with less scarring, a clinical trial has found. The bark of birch trees has long been known for its healing properties. This inspired German pharmaceutical company Birken AG – now owned by… Read More »
This question has been on people’s lips for a while now: Is hot yoga bad for my skin? So, we got the low-down from the experts, so you can put the issue to rest once and for all… We need to talk about pigmentation… Let’s talk about pigmentation first. “Pigmentation is driven by two factors… Read More »
Every year, consumers spend billions on skincare products that promise to reduce lines instantly, fade brown spots, improve firmness and elasticity and more. Yet despite the wealth of products available today, consumers continue to be frustrated by manufacturers’ inflated claims of smooth, silky, younger-looking skin.