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Samsung’s Newest Gadget Scans Your Skin For Flaws

The moment you wake up, before you put on your makeup, Samsung will scan your face and make you highly aware of your skin flaws. The South Korea tech giant is introducing two new beauty products at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Showcase next month that use a mixture of cameras, LEDs and nanotechnology to supposedly spot ugly skin issues buried beneath the surface.

Anti-ageing gin promises to fight off wrinkles as you drink

Gin is delicious. But, alas, not all delicious things are good for you. That could be about to change, as someone has developed a gin with purported anti-ageing properties. Aptly named Anti-AGin, the gin is distilled with ingestible collagen and "age-defying" botanicals. Collagen levels dwindle as we grow older, causing wrinkles and a loss of firmness in skin.

New study backs hair regrowth reduction claims for no!no!

A new independent clinical study demonstrates a substantial reduction in hair regrowth following use of the no!no! Hair product, much to the joy of manufacturer Radiancy, a Photomedex subsidiary. The product line uses proprietary Thermicon technology and has come under scrutiny in the past with regards to claims. This resulted in settlements and a curtailing of its advertising claims.

Tria Beauty Receives FDA Clearance for its Age-Defying Laser

Tria Beauty, Inc., a global leader in light-based skin care, announced today that it has received FDA clearance for the company's Age-Defying Laser. Utilizing a proprietary version of the same non-ablative fractional laser technology used by dermatologists and plastic surgeons in-office, the Age-Defying Laser is clinically proven to treat multiple signs of facial aging.

Shock figures reveal 411 Scots taken to A&E after using botox and steroids

Many doctors claim this figure is just the tip of the iceberg as some hospitals don't record admissions relating to performance and image-enhancing drugs. More Scots than ever are being treated in hospital for the effects of performance and image-enhancing drugs. In the last 12 months, 411 people were admitted after using substances such as botox and anabolic steroids – which are illegal without a prescription.

Newa™ Skin Care System Received World`s First FDA Clearance for a Home Use

The Newa Skin Care System, based on EndyMed`s patented 3DEEP® radiofrequency technology, will now be available in The United States, in addition to the Newa`s current worldwide distribution channels.

Clinical Studies Demonstrate Dramatic Differences in Effectiveness of At-Home Hair Removal Devices

Tria Beauty, Inc. announced today the publication of a new, peer-reviewed clinical study that demonstrates dramatic differences in the efficacy of at-home hair removal devices, including the Tria Hair Removal Laser, the only FDA-cleared laser hair removal device available for home use, and the no!no! Hair device from Photomedex.

Kline Sees a Whole Body of Potential within the Global At-home Beauty Devices Market

Beauty is increasingly homemade. Validating the progressing DIY beauty trend, the at-home beauty devices market is pulsing with potential. However, despite near 22% growth globally in 2012, with underdeveloped markets and skin care needs such as anti-aging and cellulite/body toning yet to be comprehensively addressed, the market`s potential is still being realized according to the recently published Beauty Devices: Global Market Analysis and Opportunities by worldwide consulting and research firm Kline & Company.

Syneron Medical Announces Successful Launch of the me smooth and the Pearl Brilliant White Systems

Syneron Medical Announces Syneron Beauty's Successful Launch of the me smooth and the Pearl Brilliant White Systems. More than 10,000 me smooth ELOS based hair removal units and 17,000 Pearl brilliant ionic teeth whitening units sold in 24 hours in launch event on QVC®.

Cosmetic Scientists to discuss safety of light-based cosmetic devices

In light of the vast amount of light-based cosmetic devices being launched in recent years, the UK Society of Cosmetic Scientists is concerned about their  safety and is therefore set to meet to discuss the segment on the 10th of January. Hair removal and skin rejuvenation devices are becoming increasingly popular in Europe and the US and major cosmetic and non-cosmetic multinational giants are starting to invest in a category the Society reckons is set to rake in billions of Euros.

From Angelina`s skin smoother to Brad`s bingo-wing buster

Can you trust these DIY (that`s Deliver Instant Youth) gadgets? Once the preserve of dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons, leading medics give their guide to the most innovative anti-ageing treatments for home use...including CACI, dermarollers, peels and laser devices for hair removal and skin rejuvenation.

Breastlight: Thousands misled by torch that claims detect breast cancer

The advertising for the Breastlight, which is sold online and in Boots, is 'misleading' and 'irresponsible' according to the Advertising Standards Authority. Thousands of women have been ‘misled’ into buying a torch which claims to detect breast cancer, the advertising watchdog has ruled. The £86 Breastlight device – which is sold online and in Boots – claims to help women spot the first signs of tumours. More than 20,000 of the torches have been sold worldwide since they were launched in 2006.

Injection Warning After Tanning Salon Death

Tanning hormones, which are injected to darken skin tone, could have serious side effects, health watchdogs have warned. Jenna Vickers, 26, from Bolton, was found slumped in a tanning shop in the town on Monday. It is believed that she may have injected a tanning drug (Melanotan), which she had bought off the internet.

Tria Beauty, Inc. Announces the UK Launch of New At-Home Skin Rejuvenating

Tria Beauty, UK Ltd. announced today the UK launch of the TRIA Skin Rejuvenating Laser for the treatment of wrinkles, skin discoloration and rough skin; now the the effectiveness of professional fractional lasers is made affordable and available to consumers for use at home.

Woman's bizarre contraption `wipes 10 years off your age` by stretching your face from ear to ear

Palm Beach woman, Kimberly Aschauer, is charging just $24.99 for her non-surgical facelift, which involves a piece of elastic fastened between two small combs being attached to either side of the face. It's being billed as a 'facelift in a bottle' but the latest way to zap sagging or drooping skin looks more like a bungee rope than a wrinkle cream.

Wacky gadgets claim to help women shun cosmetic surgery

Beauty experts have invented a range of weird contraptions to save women money on plastic surgery – including these NOSE STRAIGHTENERS. The Hana Tsun straighteners, developed in Japan, have two plastic silicone prongs that are inserted into the nostrils.

PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser Receives Most Innovative At-Home Beauty Device Award

For its Annual Beauty Awards, NewBeauty magazine announced that readers and beauty industry experts selected the PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser to receive the Most Innovative At-Home Beauty Device award.

Psoriasis ended by a DIY jab... agony of The Singing Detective

It is the agonising, life-destroying skin condition that famously affected Michael Gambon’s character in the acclaimed drama The Singing Detective. And for the two million British sufferers of psoriasis, there is often little hope.

Kim Kardashian sued for making false claims over laser hair removal product

Hot on the heels of her divorce announcement, the reality TV star is now being accused of making false claims about TRIA, a hair removal product she endorses.

Bum shaping padded pants can give you the Pippa Middleton look

Since Pippas appearance at the royal wedding, sales of padded pants have rocketed as women try to emulate her shapely derriere, according to experts.