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June 20, 2003 Issue - Skin Care Basics
By Beauty4Skin.com Staff
Jun 20, 2003, 07:42

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We are excited about the articles for this month.  Dr. Rick Lin and Dr. Dan Ladd had prepared series of articles on the subject of skin moisturization.  These articles reviewed the basic mechanics of moisturization for your skin and provided some useful suggestions.

Article 1
The Basics of Skin Care
Over the past 20 years, the number of the commercial skin care products has skyrocketed. There are many different lines of products available today with different features....
May 28, 2003, 13:19

Article 2
Moisturization Basics

On our skin surface, there are molecules that form a matrix to retain moisture. These mixtures of molecules are known as skin's natural moisturization factor....
Jun 6, 2003, 10:09

Article 3
Alpha-Hydroxy Acids

Alpha-hydroxyacids are clinically proven to be effective for treatment of fine wrinkles and rejuvenating the skin. These benefits are supported by placebo-controlled clinical testing. Alpha-hydroxyacids reduce wrinkles, eliminate fine lines, and improve skin texture. In addition, some of the associated changes of photo-damage can be reversed...
Jun 18, 2003, 23:22

Article 4
How to Choose Moisturizers

There are hundreds of skin moisturizer products on the market. How do we choose the right moisturizer? There are many factors to consider when choosing a moisturizer....
Jun 18, 2003, 23:51





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