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Contents tagged with pH

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    Not long ago, I was on a shopping excursion to Sephora to find some fun products to share with readers. I found a rose-scented toner from Lancôme (review soon to follow!) that I found helped make my skin feel clean without being dry. But toner is one of those things that doesn’t seem to have a defined or agreed upon purpose. It was once marketed as something to balance skin’s pH, but that is no longer necessary since skin can balance itself out.  Some are said to moisturize skin, while others … Read More...

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    Retinol creams are ubiquitous. But understanding how they break down in the skin is an important part of skin science. In this article, we discuss the three steps. (Photo credit: mirwav)

    About the author:  John Su is an established skin care expert and aspiring dermatologist.   He also runs a blog, The Triple Helix Liaison, dedicated to providing unbiased, meaningful, and insightful information about skin care. For his full bio, please visit our Aboutpage.

    Retinoids, both synthetic … Read More...

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    About the author:  John Su is a Weekly Contributing Writer to FutureDerm.com.  John is an established skin care expert and aspiring dermatologist.   He also runs a blog, The Triple Helix Liaison, dedicated to providing unbiased, meaningful, and insightful information about skin care. For his full bio, please visit our About page. Over the past two weeks, we’ve elucidated the differences between various classes of hydroxy acids (HAs) and established their mechanisms of action. But we have yet to … Read More...

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    About the author:  FutureDerm.com is proud to introduce John Su on our staff as a Contributing Writer.  John is an established skin care expert and aspiring dermatologist.   He also runs a blog, The Triple Helix Liaison, dedicated to providing unbiased, meaningful, and insightful information about skin care. For his full bio, please visit our About page. Along with retinoids and vitamin C, hydroxy acids (HA) are among some of the most well-documented topical compounds in the field of … Read More...

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