The head of Japanese cosmetics giant Kanebo apologized Wednesday over a recall of products blamed for leaving thousands of customers with skin blotches, as the firm faced criticism over delays in halting shipments.
An optical system to quantify the properties of biological tissues noninvasively, assisting clinical treatment with more efficient and accurate diagnosis, has been developed by National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), the school said.
Five commonly used cosmetic treatments are not supported by clinical evidence and could lead to death in severe circumstances, a Hong Kong-based medical group warned yesterday.
Forget face lifts or boob jobs — in California the latest cosmetic surgery must-have is the buttock enhancement, whether higher, rounder or just smoother.
Bottom warmers in cars may ease frigid winter commutes, but dermatologists warn that extended exposure to seat heaters can lead to a skin condition called “toasted skin syndrome.”
Facelifts are surging in popularity among American men as the country digs out of recession and the older set aims to compete with a younger, tech-savvy generation, a survey showed Monday.
Quitting smoking and tightening belts around their waists and on the household budget top the list of Americans' new year's resolutions for 2011.
People who work with a laptop computer sitting on their lap might want to rethink that habit.
More baby boomers eager to fight the onslaught of time are resorting to facelifts, eyelid surgery, Botox and fillers.
If crow's feet are beginning to crisscross your face, but you haven't unleashed retinol on them, new scientific evidence might prod you to consider doing so.