Category Archives: "Eczema and Dermatitis"
There’s no doubt that harsh, winter weather takes a toll on skin. When temperatures and humidity levels plummet, the air naturally sucks the moisture out, leaving skin extra dry, flaky, and sore. Without treatment, small cracks develop in the skin’s surface, allowing even more moisture to escape and creating a vicious cycle of dryness. To
In August of 2013, we told our readers about two preservatives widely used in personal care products that were tied to an outbreak in skin allergic reactions. Both “methylchlorosothiazolinone (MCI)” and “methylisothiazolinone (MI or MIT)” were linked with a rise in skin allergies, and researchers noted that patients with dermatitis should avoid products that included
I’m telling you, this tour just keeps getting better and better! As many of you know, about five months ago we ran a fund-raising campaign with Indiegogo. We raised over $15,000, which we’re now using in our outreach efforts to visit cancer centers around the country. At each stop, we’re introducing the products to consumers
Could Your Antiaging Cream Actually Cause Allergic Reactions? Two Potentially Dangerous Preservatives
According to reports by the Global Industry Analysts, the global anti-aging products market is expected to reach $291.9 billion by 2015, as more and more of us try to beat back aging by finding just the right combination of creams and serums to keep our skin looking young. If you’re not careful, however, that wrinkle