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05/08/2013 | Dermatologists seeing younger kids facing acne due to earlier onset of puberty. For many teenagers, acne has become an all-too-familiar rite of passage. Many teens and their parents brace themselves for this common skin condition, but a growing number of pre-adolescents also are experiencing acne. The reason? Dermatologists believe an earlier onset of puberty may be to blame, causing hormones to trigger the start of acne sooner.
27/07/2013 | A review carried out by the University of Hull has shed new light on the relationship between acne and diet.
Published in Dermatological Nursing, the comprehensive review assesses the latest evidence and findings about the effects of food and nutrition on acne and suggest that high glycemic index foods such as milk could exacerbate the skin condition.
21/06/2013 | According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research "Skincare Devices Market (Lasabrasion, Microdermabrasion, Liposuction, LED Therapy, Dermatoscopes, Skin Rejuvenation, Cellulite Reduction, Skin Tightening & Body Contouring and Hair Removal) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012 - 2018," in 2011, the global skincare devices market was valued at USD 5.4 billion and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.1% from 2012 to 2018, to reach an estimated value of USD 10.7 billion in 2018.
23/02/2013 | A study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has determined that there is increasing evidence of a connection between diet and acne, particularly from high glycemic load diets and dairy products, and that medical nutrition therapy (MNT) can play an important role in acne treatment.
01/12/2012 | Sugar, milk and ice-cream may increase the risk of developing acne. When dermatologists from the University Hospital of Kuala Lumpur compared the diet of 44 acne sufferers and 44 people with clear skin, they found consuming milk more than once a week raised the risk of acne, while eating ice cream more than once a week quadrupled the risk.
26/11/2012 | An acne drug, which it is claimed is linked to depression, is being given to a growing number of young people who don't need it, says one of the UK's top dermatologists. Roaccutane is the most powerful drug to treat acne and has been prescribed to more than half a million people. Campaigners say it is dangerous and can cause serious mental health problems.
22/11/2012 | As scientists find a harmless virus that lives on our skin which can help fight acne, three long-time sufferers reveal what worked for them. Lauren took prescription drug Roaccutane for her acne. Michael treated his mild acne with chemical peels and Helen used blue light technology to target her spots.
09/10/2012 | The most exciting news regarding photodynamic therapy (PDT) involves a new study showing significant results in treating acne, says the study's primary investigator. "Acne is one of those indications where PDT has been thought about a lot and tried with different combinations of photosensitizers and light sources. Theoretically, it should work," said David M. Pariser, M.D., immediate past-president, American Academy of Dermatology, at the 2012 Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference.
18/02/2012 | Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Medical Laser Systems - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.
16/01/2012 | The weather may be freezing, the days still short, but there is now light — red light — at the end of the tunnel. The power of red light was originally harnessed by NASA, which proved that it helped to heal wounds and burns, and it has been used — successfully — for the treatment of skin cancer.
20/10/2011 | While many people address changes in their appearance caused by aging by seeking out cosmetic procedures, some dentists say their profession can help patients look better as well.
19/10/2011 | “No downtime.” “Moderate redness.” “Minimal bruising.” When it comes to the many light- and energy-based devices used for aesthetic procedures from hair removal to body contouring, what do these claims really mean?