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8 Ingredients That Should Be In Every Guy’s Skincare Routine

For most men, dipping their toe in the world of skincare can be overwhelming. There are so many products, so many hard-to-pronounce words, so many steps! But an effective skincare routine doesn’t have to be complicated. That’s great news for men since they tend to favor simple, quick regimens wi…

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Eat This for That: The Proper Diet For Healthy Skin

Ever hear the expression, you are what you eat? Well, your skin can be a direct reflection of that, too. While both internal and external factors (think: genetics, hormones, pollution, stress, etc.) have a hand in determining the quality of the complexion at any given time, your diet can also play a…

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PRP and Stem Cells Are Changing the Face of the Cosmetics Industry

In the cosmetic world, we're hearing a lot of buzz around Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy, but the technology isn't exactly new. In fact, both therapies are powerful tools in regenerative medicine and have been used for years to treat sports injuries and pain issues.


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Aestheticians Share The Best Skincare Ingredients For Fall

Change of season, change of skincare.


So goes our motto here at The AEDITION, and, with the hot and humid days of summer behind us, there is no better time to reevaluate what products we’re making room for on our vanities.

Fall’s sweater weather ushers in cooler temps and drier air…

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Aloe Vera

Introduction:  Aloe vera, from the genus family Aloe, is a succulent plant with more than 500 species around the world.  Aloe vera grows in tropical climates and used mainly in agriculture and medicinal uses.  In common, they are used in cosmetic as skin lotions and medically for minor burns, be…

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Introduction:  Garlic, known by its botanical name Allium sativum which was known to be known to Egyptians, used in traditional medicine where China dominates with 80% of the total global supply.  In garlic, bulb is used as the most common part which is normally divided into flesh sections called …

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Introduction:  Pepper, known by its botanical name, Piper nigrum, from the family of Piperaceae, found within two main genera, namely Piper and Peperomia, is cultivated for its fruit which is then dried for its spice nature.  It is initially dark red before dried with 5 mm in diameter which is des…

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Introduction:  Zingiber officinale called as ginger is a member of a plant family that includes cardamom and turmeric, used as spice and in medicine.  Its spicy aroma is mainly due to presence of gingerols. Ginger,is originate…

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Introduction:  Turmeric or Curcuma longa, a ginger family of Zingiberaceae is used widely in cooking in many Indian and Southeast Asian regions.  They are perennial plant of rhizomatous nature requires a temperature of 20 to 30 degree Centrigrade to grow.  They are mainly used by boiling the rhi…

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Mint or Mentha

Introduction:  Mint or Mentha from Lamiaceae family is of approximately 18 varieties distributed across Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and North America.  Though there are number of species around the globe, in particular peppermint and spearmint are used as flavouring agent and medicinal uses. …

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Introduction:  Coriandrum sativum commonly known as Coriander from the family of Apiaceae is a culinary and medicinal herb used as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antibacterial agent and also an antioxidant, antidiabetic, hepatoprotective, antibacterial, and antifungal activities, where the es…

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Introduction: Ocimum tenuiflorum, commonly called 'Tulsi' plant or Indian holy basil is an important symbol in the Hindu religious tradition. Tulsi is a venerated herb and has many medicinal properties. Tulasi is cultivated for religious and medicinal purposes, and for its essential oil. It is widel…

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