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New Tech Aims to Reduce Racial Disparities in Blood Measurements

Researchers have published findings that illustrate how a new device measures hemoglobin more accurately in individuals with darker skin …

Modelling the Use of Beta Radiation in Cancer Treatment

A new article pits the gold standard simulation method used to calculate the interaction of the ionizing radiation with matter and estimate the radiation dose delivered to a target organ — Monte …

Study Demonstrates That Ticks Weaken Skin’s Immune Response

Hitherto, scientists have not fully understood why ticks are such dangerous disease vectors. A research team now shows that tick saliva inhibits the skin’s defense function, thereby increasing …

Uncovering the Skin’s Secrets: Studies Show How Skin Forms Differently Across the Body

Two recent studies reveal how skin forms differently across different areas of the body from the face and underarms to the palms of our hands and feet. By profiling the changes in skin, researchers …

Lenabasum, a Cannabinoid Receptor Agonist, Is an Effective and Safe Treatment for Amyopathic Dermatomyositis, Study Finds

A recent study describes the success of using lenabasum, a cannabinoid receptor type 2 (CB2) agonist that triggers the resolution of inflammation, to treat amyopathic dermatomyositis. This phase 2 …

Sensory Neurons in Human Skin Play Key Role in Pigmentation

A research group has found that sensory neurons play an important role in human skin pigmentation and physiology. Specifically, the neurons secrete a protein known as Repulsive Guidance Molecule B …

Infants, Young Children Finally Get Relief from Eczema’s Terrible Itch

The first study to treat moderate-to-severe eczema in infants and children 6 months to 5 years old with a biologic drug rather than immune-suppressing medications shows the drug was highly effective …

Swimmer’s Itch: What Causes This Neglected Snail-Borne Disease?

Cercarial dermatitis is caused by the larvae of blood flukes that are parasites of birds or mammals. A new study suggests that a cercarial dermatitis outbreak in South Thailand was caused by the …

Researchers Develop Painless Tattoos That Can Be Self-Administered

Researchers have developed low-cost, painless, and bloodless tattoos that can be self-administered and have many applications, from medical alerts to tracking neutered animals to …

Researchers Produce Nanodiamonds Capable of Delivering Medicinal and Cosmetic Remedies Through the Skin

A novel approach provides an innovative solution to overcoming two major challenges in delivering medicinal and cosmetic remedies through the skin. Combining techniques in nanotechnology and optics, …

Researchers Use Computer Modeling to Understand How Self-Renewal Processes Impact Skin Cell Evolution

Scientists have used mathematical and computer modeling to demonstrate the impact of skin homeostasis on driver and passenger …

Microneedling Beats Chemical Peels for Acne Scar Treatment

Chemical peels are a common treatment for acne scars, but a new study finds that microneedling is significantly more effective for patients with dark …

Researchers Reprogram Human Skin Cells to Aged Neurons to Study Neurodegenerative Disorders

Researchers have developed a new method for studying age-related brain disorders. The researchers have focused on the neurodegenerative disorder Huntington’s …

Using Sound and Bubbles to Make Bandages Stickier and Longer Lasting

Researchers have discovered that they can control the stickiness of adhesive bandages using ultrasound waves and bubbles. This breakthrough could lead to new advances in medical adhesives, especially …

Sponge-Like Electrodes Inspired by Sugar Cubes Could Improve Medical Monitoring

To monitor heart rhythms and muscle function, doctors often attach electrodes to a patient’s skin, detecting the electrical signals that lie beneath. These impulses are vital to the early …

Scientists Identify Key Mechanism Controlling Skin Regeneration

The outer layer of skin, the epidermis, is constantly turning over to replace dead or damaged cells throughout our lifetime. Skin stem cells need to continuously make decisions: either make more …

The Bacteria Powering a Truly Green Revolution in Personal Electronics

Researchers recently announced that they have figured out how to engineer a biofilm that harvests the energy in evaporation and converts it to electricity. This biofilm has the potential to …

The Chemical Controlling Life and Death in Hair Follicles

A single chemical is key to controlling when hair follicle cells divide, and when they die. This discovery could not only treat baldness, but ultimately speed wound healing because follicles are a …

Melanoma Thickness Equally Hard for Algorithms and Dermatologists to Judge

Assessing the thickness of melanoma is difficult, whether done by an experienced dermatologist or a well-trained machine-learning algorithm. A study shows that the algorithm and the dermatologists …

Tissue Nanotransfection Technology Proves Useful in Non-Viral Topical Gene Editing to Close Complex Cutaneous Wounds

New research demonstrates that tissue nanotransfection can serve as a non-viral, topical, gene-editing delivery …

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Source link Recent advances in skin care technology have been big news in the beauty world. A host of products claiming to fix wrinkles, reduce pore size, and even combat signs of aging have all been hitting the shelves, promising users a younger, healthier looking complexion. Now, there’s even more exciting news on the skin care front: ScienceDaily is reporting on a technology that could revolutionize the skin care industry.

Developed by researchers in Finland, the new method of skin care is highly personalized, using AI and 3D epidermis imaging to create customized creams. The AI-powered technology can generate a personalized product recommendation based on your skin type, environmental factors, and lifestyle habits. It looks deep into the cellular makeup of your skin, searching for the perfect ingredients to deliver just the right combination of natural oils, antioxidants and vitamins.

These new products can provide real benefits to people with any level of skin sensitivity. By using natural ingredients that are tailored to your individual skin type needs, you can get the best combination of protection and hydration that your specific skin needs. Those with dry, oily, or sensitive skin can all find products that are perfect for their skin type.

And because ScienceDaily’s technology is so personalized and continues to learn as you use it, the recommendations can only become even more accurate and tailored to your specific skin needs. And with their integration with connected beauty devices, like facial cleansers and moisturizers, you have even more control over your skin care regimen.

The beauty industry is quickly embracing this revolutionary skin care technology. With more personalized and targeted skin care solutions, consumers can now get the perfect products for their skin type. And with continued advances and improvements, ScienceDaily’s research looks set to shape the face of skin care for years to come.

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