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Effects of Lavender Olfactory Input on Cosmetic Procedures

Effects of Lavender Olfactory Input on Cosmetic ProceduresLisa Danielle Grunebaum, MD, Jennifer Murdock, BS, Mari Paz Castanedo-Tardan, MD & Leslie S Baumann, MD   Objectives To evaluate the effects of the aroma of essential oil of lavender against placebo on subjects’ pain perceptions and levels of anxiety when undergoing elective cosmetic&nbs...

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Cosmeceutical Critique: Borage Seed Oil/Gamma-linolenic Acid

Cosmeceutical Critique: Borage Seed Oil/Gamma-linolenic AcidDr. Leslie Baumann   Borage (Borago officinalis) is an annual herb native to Syria and grown now through the Mediterranean, Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and South America. Derived from the seeds of the plant, borage seed oil is used in medical practice for its anti-inflammatory activity in the ...

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Cosmeceutical Critique: Rosa Damascena and Rosewater

Cosmeceutical Critique: Rosa Damascena and RosewaterDr. Leslie Baumann   Rosa damascena, also known as the Damask Rose and Rose of Castile, is a rose hybrid the flowers of which have been used for rose oil in perfume and for rosewater. It originates in the Middle East (the name is based on Damascus, Syria), but it is now only a cultivated plant no longer foun...

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Acne Ingredients to Avoid

Acne Ingredients to AvoidDr. Leslie Baumann   If you’re like most people who suffer from acne, you probably look for the term “non-comedogenic” when shopping for skincare products. But in many cases, this isn’t enough, as there are many other acne-causing ingredients lurking in your skincare products that can lead to breakouts. Althoug...

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Cosmeceutical Critique: Beta-Carotene

Cosmeceutical Critique: Beta-CaroteneDr. Leslie Baumann   Beta-carotene is perhaps the best known member of the carotenoid family, a group of highly pigmented (red, orange, yellow), lipid-soluble substances present in various fruits, grains, oils, and vegetables (including apricots, carrots, green peppers, spinach, squash, sweet potatoes, and tomatoes). Li...

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