• Fede Montagud, editor

    Tattoos: easily applied but difficult to remove

    27 Jun Tattoos: easily applied but difficult to remove

    The fashion for tattoos continues to grow. Today, many young people adorn themselves with a huge variety of designs on the most visible and most hidden parts of their bodies. But what happens when they decide to get rid of them? Are tattoos easy to remove? Today I am talking to Dr Rosa Taberner, a dermatologist at the Son LlAi??tzer Hospital in Palma de Mallorca (Spain).

     

    Why do people get tattoos? Wouldnai??i??t it be more logical to have temporary tattoos that could be easily removed? Tattoos have been applied since ancient times. In Europe, and above all in northern Europe, tattoos were introduced in the 19th century by English, Dutch and French sailors returning from their travels in the Americas and Polynesia, where tattoos were very popular. In recent decades, the fashion for tattoos has boomed, above all among young people. It has been calculated that just over 15% of people in Europe and 21% of people in the USA have at least one decorative tattoo. It is a complex aesthetic and cultural phenomenon and, the fact is, it is the very permanence of tattoos that makes them so attractive. Read More

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    Beware of working in the sun!

    12 Jun Beware of working in the sun!

    Beware of working in the sun!We know that the sun's ultraviolet rays cause skin ageing and other dermatological problems, including various types of cancer. Therefore, most of us protect our skin with suitable products and avoid overdoing the sunbathing. But what about people who have to work outdoors?

     

    Farmers, ranchers, construction workers and people in many other jobs are daily exposed to the sun. Ultraviolet rays reaching their skin especially affect the head, lower lip, upper chest area, shoulders, forearms and back of the hands. In contrast, most other people work in offices, workshops and shops and are exposed to the sun only in their free time or on holidays. A review of scientific studies published in a German journal confirms that occupational sun exposure increases the risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma, a malignant cancer that affects 100 of every 100,000 Europeans. Incidence is higher, moreover, in people with fair skin (phototypes I and II).Ai?? In Germany this carcinoma is rated as an occupational disease, to be communicated officially to health authorities by doctors who diagnose it.

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    Youthful skin with resveratrol

    7 Jun Youthful skin with resveratrol

    Considered to be the molecule of eternal youth, resveratrol is an anti-oxidant with surprising effects: it delays ageing and prevents disease. Its reparative powers have attracted the attention of the cosmetics sector, which is including it in skin care products. However, the lack of objective data about how resveratrol works has raised many doubts. Does it really have potent skin rejuvenating properties or is it just a myth?

     

    Red wine, grapes, peanuts, walnuts, blackberries and blueberries are just some of the foods that contain resveratrol. Dozens of nutricosmetic supplements and anti-ageing creams and serums based on this ingredient are sold in pharmacies and the Internet. Resveratrol, identified in 1940, has anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It became especially popular from 2003, when Harvard University (USA) doctor David Sinclair published studies that reported that mice fed with resveratrol increased their life expectancy by 40%. If these results could be demonstrated for humans, we would live to about the age of 136 years! Read More

  • Fede Montagud, editor

    Improved cosmetics test that does not use animals

    5 Jun Improved cosmetics test that does not use animals

    A new testing technique to test toxicity in cosmetics will gradually lead to a reduction in the use of animals. The use of animals is banned in the European Union, but not in other countries (the USA, for example).

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