Medicine & TechnologyResearch has found that the depth of wrinkles caused by aging could be determined by the type of pillow one is sleeping on. Using a copper pillow can help improve the skin's appearance.
Researchers from Singapore created AiFoam or e-skin that is made by highly elastic, and spongy polymer material that mimics the human sense of touch to allow robots to feel nearby objects and repair themselves when damaged.
Butylene glycol is a colorless chemical ingredient used in self-care products as a conditioner or moisturizer. But some experts caution that it might cause allergies although it's generally safe to use.
The rise of East Asian skincare products has brought kojic acid into the limelight. This naturally occurring substance is produced by some fungi and a by-product of fermented rice that fights sunspots and acne scars.
Sodium hyaluronate is the sodium salt form of hyaluronic acid. Both can help to make skin look youthful and benefits the joints and eyes, but they are different from each other. Read on to learn their benefits and uses.
Google's new AI tool that can diagnose skin ailments is cleared as a “low-risk” medical device by the European Union, which means Europeans could have access to the tool when it is launched in a few months. But it is not yet approved in the US.