There’s a new sunscreen that promises never to leave you with greasy skin, or weird tan lines. You don’t apply it – you drink it. But is drinkable sunscreen really a protective summer cocktail for your skin?
While recent Google technologies such as driverless cars and wearable computers make headlines, the tech giant has been quietly working on health related-technologies cancer detectors and making synthetic human skin.
A national chain of skin care clinics has reportedly filed for protection from its creditors in bankruptcy court, leaving thousands of customers who paid money up-front for services wondering what to do next.
A new San Francisco massage parlor promises to improve your completion using the “ancient Thai art of face slapping.”
Modern day cocaine is packing more than an instant high; it’s eating the skin of some users alive.
San Francisco authorities are investigating a mother who said on a national television program that she gives her 8-year-old daughter Botox injections.
A London chef has rolled out an “Eat Yourself Beautiful” menu with dishes made with collagen jelly protein – concoctions he claims improves the skin appearance of age-conscious diners.
There’s been a lot of buzz about a new treatment for the face that works to firm and lift the skin with no needles and no downtime.