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National Rosacea Society Introduces New Seal of Acceptance for Skin Care Products

The Dermatology Digest

The National Rosacea Society (NRS) has launched a new Seal of Acceptance for skin care and cosmetic products cosmetic products. Each product earning the Seal of Acceptance has gone through clinical testing to determine safety and low risk for irritation and sensitization in people with rosacea skin.

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National Rosacea Society Launches Seal of Acceptance Program

Dermatology Times

Alongside expert dermatologists, the NRS recently developed a Seal of Acceptance for skin care and cosmetic products clinically tested and evaluated for patients with rosacea.

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Vitamin C in Cosmetic Products – Does it work? episode 211

The Beauty Brains

What is your opinion of the effectiveness of waterless Vitamin C products? It’s an all Vitamin C podcast episode. In this show we answer questions including… Beauty Questions Are there different grades of vitamin C/ascorbic acid since the prices vary so much for the same thing? Does Vitamin C really do anything for your skin?

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Why “scientific” products don’t always work: mechanistic reasoning

Lab Muffin Beauty Science

There’s a troubling pattern with a lot of “science-based” cosmetic products. Many of them make claims solely based on mechanistic reasoning, rather than any actual measured effects on humans.

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FDA Issues Draft Guidance for Cosmetics Company Product Registration and Submission

MedEsthetics

The draft guidance is intended to help ensure the safety of cosmetic products that many consumers use day-to-day. The FDA is accepting comments on the draft guidance until Sept.

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Disruptive Innovation: New Wearable Sensor Measures Skin Feel

The Dermatology Digest

The patent-pending device allows scientists to speed up their analysis of skincare cosmetic products by up to 10 times and yet costs just a fraction of the existing expensive skin-testing panels.

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FDA Issues Draft Guidance for Cosmetics Company Product Registration and Submission

Skin Inc

The draft guidance is intended to help ensure the safety of cosmetic products that many consumers use day-to-day. The FDA is accepting comments on the draft guidance until Sept.