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Facial Enhancement Treatment - An Shen Acupuncture

Facial Enhancement Treatment - An Shen Acupuncture | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Facial Enhancement Treatment at An Shen Acupuncture is a wonderful natural alternative to the sometimes rather harsh offerings of the conventional beauty and aesthetics industry.
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La Roche-Posay Launches Serozinc, A Mist On The Go

La Roche-Posay Launches Serozinc, A Mist On The Go | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
La Roche-Posay has a complete skincare and acne solutions range as per the different skin types and the problems faced by different individuals. No two skin types are the same and neither is their food intake pattern, sleep time, etc and La Roche-Posay considers so many factors before their team of expert scientists get down to introducing new and advanced dermatological skincare range. I like their acne kit and cleansers for oily skin. It works wonders on my combination skin. This time around, after a long wait La Roche-Posay finally launched their first ever-mattifying facial mist called “Serozinc”.
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Sweat Detectors? Tiny Sensors Use Perspiration to Track Health

Sweat Detectors? Tiny Sensors Use Perspiration to Track Health | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Adhesive sensors can read what's going on in your body based on your sweat, and could eventually provide an alternative to blood tests, according to researchers.
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These Moms Tried Clarisonic For A Week And Here’s What Happened

These Moms Tried Clarisonic For A Week And Here’s What Happened | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
We asked 9 moms and 1 dad to try Clarisonic for a week and share their feedback. Read on to hear why savvy parents around the web love Clarisonic.
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This New Online Skin Consultation Tool Is So, So Helpful

This New Online Skin Consultation Tool Is So, So Helpful | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Gone are the days of spending hours moseying down the drugstore beauty aisle in search of an elixir specific to your skin's needs. At least, that's what one new innovative online tool, L'Oreal Skin Expert/Paris, which will take the hassle out of finding a magic potion that manages to fight dry patches and combat that oily T-zone.
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Free La Roche Posay My UV Patch

Free La Roche Posay My UV Patch | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Get a FREE La Roche Posay My UV Patch sample when you complete the request form. For a limited time only, you can get this La Roche Posay skin care product that measures sun exposure. The UV Patch is the first flexible, ultra-thin and connectable UV sensor. Ensure that your skin isn't taking in too much sun.
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Nanotechnology goes skin deep: but EU researchers keep it safe

Nanotechnology goes skin deep: but EU researchers keep it safe | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Nanotechnology harnesses the power of the very small - just a fraction of the size of a human hair and too tiny to see with the naked eye - to make more effective devices, materials and medicines. Now researchers behind the SKHINCAPS project funded by the European Union want to use nanotechnologies to make smart clothing and cosmetics.
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IBM uses a smartphone to help diagnose skin cancer

The smartphone is on a collision course with your local dermatologist. IBM researchers have developed a computer system that early research shows is mor
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IBM's computers can diagnose skin cancer more effectively than dermatologists, the company says.

IBM's computers can diagnose skin cancer more effectively than dermatologists, the company says. | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it

The IBM system was given photos of skin lesions taken with a smartphone attachment designed for dermatologists. Costs for this device, called a Dermascope, run from $100 to $1,400. The IBM computer then compared the images to its database of skin cancer photos and estimated the likelihood the lesion was melanoma. The computer was more accurate -- 76% -- than eight expert dermatologists (70%).
The paper, which is available online, will also be published in a 2017 issue of the IBM Journal of Research and Development.

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Cosmetic Surgery Practice MilfordMD Adds New AccuVein Device to Increase Safety During and Reduce Bruising From Common Cosmetic Procedures

Cosmetic Surgery Practice MilfordMD Adds New AccuVein Device to Increase Safety During and Reduce Bruising From Common Cosmetic Procedures | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Cosmetic procedure safety and comfort are foremost on cosmetic surgeon Dr. Richard Buckley’s mind and that’s why he added the AccuVein device to his practice. The device noninvasively allows him to see what’s under the skin in order to avoid otherwise undetectable veins that could cause increased bruising or worse.
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Radiofrequency skin tightening to reduce bingo wings

Radiofrequency skin tightening to reduce bingo wings | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Loose skin can look ageing, and more and more cosmetic doctors across the UK are seeing patients looking to reshape their arms in time for spring. Brachioplasty and cosmetic surgery is not suitable for everyone, nor do many people wish to undertake such drastic measures to improve the look of their arms, but there is a non-surgical alternative to arm lift surgery in the form of radiofrequency skin tightening treatment, like BTL Exilis Elite.
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Cosmetic Injections

Cosmetic Injections | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
“In modern esthetic world, restoration of facial volume and contour has become the first line of treatment before surgical correction is entertained.”
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Understanding the Scalp

Understanding the Scalp | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
The people are speaking and understanding the scalp in hair care is back in session. Has the topic of hair care ever left? No. But on a wider scale, the slow, receding, and non developing of the scalp is the latest grasp for understanding.
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The Ageing method

The Ageing method | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Ageing not only affects our physical bodies, but also our psychological state of head and our excellent of lifetime. For this report we will seem at the ageing of our skin. Did you know that there are in truth 2 ageing procedures involved in our overall ageing? 1 which we have no control about, while the other we do have some control about.
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New skin patch that analyses sweat during exercise has been developed

New skin patch that analyses sweat during exercise has been developed | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it

A skin patch that measures the wearer's sweat to show how their body is responding to exercise has been developed by scientists at Northwestern University.
Designed for one-use only it analyses key biomarkers to help an athlete decide if any adjustments, such as drinking more water or replenishing electrolytes, need to be made.

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Here's What Happened When I Tried At-Home Microneedling

Here's What Happened When I Tried At-Home Microneedling | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
At-Home Microneedling isn't nearly as expensive as the in-office kind. But does at-home microneedling work? And is it safe?
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These Tiny, Round Iodine Stickers Are Saving Thousands Of Lives In Rural India

These Tiny, Round Iodine Stickers Are Saving Thousands Of Lives In Rural India | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Worn between the eyes, a bindi is a small colorful dot that represents beauty and wisdom throughout the Indian subcontinent. Though the decoration has its roots in Hinduism, it is now commonly worn by women of all faiths and classes. Its ubiquity makes it the perfect way to deliver a daily dose of iodine through skin-to-skin contact.
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Smart patch prototype shown at Compamed

Smart patch prototype shown at Compamed | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
The prototype smart patch Covestro is exhibiting includes sensors to measure humidity and temperature, it can gauge discomfort-index or heat-stress, geo-magnetics, acceleration and recognises UV/ambient light levels.
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Southeast Asia remains a market of contrasts

Southeast Asia remains a market of contrasts | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Southeast Asia is a region that has sharp contrasts in economic development, from the wealth of Singapore to countries such as Myanmar, where poverty is endemic and consumer markets are relatively undeveloped.
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Introducing the World’s First Electronic Ink Tattoo Mobile App

Introducing the World’s First Electronic Ink Tattoo Mobile App | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Imagine having a tattoo in your body that you can control from your own iPhone app. Change up your tattoo art, show important messages, or just erase your tattoo altogether for that important job interview. Well, the future has arrived... thanks to groundbreaking subdermal E Ink technology, we have been able to develop the world’s first E Ink tattoo and mobile app.
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The Creator of Botox Never Cared about Wrinkles

The Creator of Botox Never Cared about Wrinkles | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Four decades ago, ophthalmologist Alan Scott tried an unprecedented way to help a patient who had undergone three failed operations for double vision: He injected a tamed form of botulism toxin, the world’s deadliest poison, into the patient’s eye muscles.
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The Beauty of Virtual Reality: selling cosmetic and personal care ingredients in the digital future

The Beauty of Virtual Reality: selling cosmetic and personal care ingredients in the digital future | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
“VR and AR are very new, and the possibilities, at this point, seem endless,” Alexander tells Cosmetics Design, all the while noting data that shows “2.6 million people are already using AR smartglasses in the workplace in the US alone.”
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The ultimate guide to anti-ageing: Tried and tested treatments

The ultimate guide to anti-ageing: Tried and tested treatments | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
  • Definitive tried-and-tested five-part guide starts by examining best facials
  • From under £100 to over £6,000 there's a skincare treatment for all tastes
  • Some hardly hurt while others require two days recovery - but are worth it
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Differentiating Skin with IR Detection

Differentiating Skin with IR Detection | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
More and more biometric systems are being used for security in public places, buildings such as airports, or security-related areas like data centers. The greater the proliferation of such systems, the greater the probability of methods designed to circumvent or outwit them. This, in turn, requires the development of even more reliable security systems.
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Cutting-edge Second Skin Facial offers alternative to fillers

Cutting-edge Second Skin Facial offers alternative to fillers | Instrumental cosmetics | Scoop.it
Designed to treat the special needs of mature skin, the Second Skin Facial utilizes cutting-edge electrospinning technology similar to a 3D printer to create a revolutionary fiber patch made up of 80-percent hyaluronic acid, a humectant that draws moisture into the skin. Our estheticians strategically apply these patches to targeted areas to address fine lines and wrinkles. The result? Immediate visible results, such as plumper, more hydrated skin.
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