While antioxidants have been used as active ingredients in skin care products for years because of their anti-aging abilities, effectively adding these natural ingredients to skin care products has its challenges. Advances in plant stem cell technology provide a new way to extract antioxidants from plants in their purest and most stable form, which can help products more successfully treat the signs of aging.

A recent survey of 1,000 women conducted by a central London beauty salon suggests that we have entered an age of natural beauty. The survey showed that when choosing what to put on their skin, more than twice as many women say natural ingredients matter more to them than the brand of the product that they use.

Many women today want to look fresh-faced and natural, which often is equated with being young. However, a new survey found that some women, especially young women, still favor the unnatural — and unhealthy — look of a tan.

Spring is right around the corner! It’s that time of year when boots and closed-toed shoes go into hibernation and the feet get their first peek at the new season.

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