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Sunscreen Chemicals Get Into Your Bloodstream… Here’s a Safer Alternative

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, General Health, Health Warning, Skincare by Garry Messick1 Comment

When we put sunscreen on, most of us figure that it provides an outside layer of protection against UV rays. Then, when we get back inside, we can wash it off.

But new research shows that it’s not that simple.

Scientists recently discovered that sunscreen chemicals penetrate your skin and get into your bloodstream.

The study was published in the JAMA Network.

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The Best Natural Remedy for Sunburn

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, General Health, Skin Cancer, Skincare by INH Research0 Comments

Most of us figure that after we get sunburned, there’s not much we can do to ease the suffering.

Aloe gel or a cold bath might help a bit. But for the most part, we are doomed to suffer… At least for a day or two.

Now, a new study finds there is an effective, natural remedy. Researchers have discovered that taking a single high dose of vitamin D within an hour of being sunburned eases the sting.

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Face Yoga: The New Plastic Surgery?

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Featured Article, Skincare by INH Research2 Comments

In an effort to stay young looking, Americans are pumping more drugs into their faces than ever before. The numbers are mind boggling…

In 2016, Americans had:

• 7.1 million Botox wrinkle treatments. This is up 797% since 2000.
• 2.6 million wrinkle-filler treatments. Up 298% since 2000.
• 1.4 million chemical peels. Up 18% since 2000.1

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Tattoos Can Boost Cancer Risk, Study Finds

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Cancer, Featured Article, Sexual Health, Skincare by INH Research0 Comments

Some tattoo inks could cause long-term health problems, including cancer, according to an alarming new report.

An investigation by the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) analyzed tattoo inks. The study found many of them contain ingredients linked to cancer:

  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. These are known carcinogens used in black inks. They are derived from soot. The study found these chemicals in 43% of ink samples.
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