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2014 Year in Review
As 2014 comes to a close, SDSS would like to wish its members, partners and other industry professionals a safe and happy holiday season. As we reflect on the past year for the industry, we would like to provide the readers of Warfield Weekly Update a look at the Top 10 most accessed articles from the year. Our regular publication will resume Friday, Jan. 9.




No. 10
Eat to undo sun damage: 6 exotic superfoods

YouBeauty
From Aug. 22: With aquamarine beaches, lush tropical forests and the best coffee in the world, South America is a popular destination for sun-seeking travelers. And yet one look at the locals, and you'll see glowing skin in spite of decades spent drenched in UV rays. That's because regional foods with rejuvenating nutrients are eaten whole daily without processing, says Fernando Aciar, co-owner of New York City's feelfood café, where he brings the healing Latin American superfoods of his childhood to the frenzied masses in Manhattan.
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No. 9
This video shows you how badly the sun damages your skin

WFNT-AM
From Aug. 22: Cancer experts and dermatologists have told us many times that too much unprotected exposure to the sun and its ultraviolet rays will damage our skin and put us at a greater risk for developing skin cancer. Even normal, daily exposure to the sun on our faces harms our skin and ages us prematurely. And a new video may prove just that.
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No. 8
Most cosmetic procedures based on stem cells bogus?

HealthDay News via WebMD
From Agu. 15: Could stem cell injections help rejuvenate your face or body? Probably not, plastic surgery experts say, but ads for these types of bogus procedures abound on the Internet. The experts say consumers need to be wary of advertisements promoting the benefits of "minimally invasive, stem cell-based rejuvenation procedures." Claims for stem cell procedures for face-lifts, breast augmentation and vaginal rejuvenation are not only unsubstantiated, but also risky, said Dr. Michael Longaker of Stanford University Medical Center.
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No. 7
Saving face: New weapons in the wrinkle wars

AARP
From Aug. 1: Face-lift? So last century. These days, women, and a surprising number of men, are seeking ways to turn back the clock without going under the knife. Last year, Americans over 55 opted for 3.4 million minimally invasive cosmetic procedures, according to a report by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Topping the list: Botox at 1.4 million injections, followed by fillers at 818,000.
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No. 6
Light therapy for home use catches on

The New York Times
From July 18: In January, Jill Addeo, 49, visited the New York City office of Dr. Z. Paul Lorenc, a plastic surgeon, seeking to reduce her hyperpigmentation and wrinkles from sun damage and aging. As it happened, Lorenc was testing an over-the-counter device called IlluMask; he is the chief medical and scientific officer for its manufacturer. While the science is inconclusive, the device promised to rejuvenate aging skin using LED lights.
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No. 5
The 1 thing dermatologists agree on — other than sunscreen

The Huffington Post
From Oct. 3: Everyone's got their favorite tricks for younger, more radiant skin. But this ingredient tops the must-try lists of all the experts and has reams of scientific support. We asked our experts for their second most important piece of advice, and every one of them said the same thing: "Use retinoids."
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No. 4
Research helps unlock the key to collagen growth, differentiation

Plastic Surgery Practice
From Sept. 19: New research sheds light on how collagen grows at the molecular level and helps form body structures, ranging from bone, tendon, blood vessels, skin, heart and even corneas. Dr. Wonmuk Hwang, a biomedical engineer at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, distinguished molecular-level differences in complex collagen networks formed under different conditions via both a computational model and newly developed computer program.
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No. 3
Wash your face with oil?

Everyday Health
From Oct. 31: The idea of "washing" your face with oil sounds completely contradictory — after all, oil is exactly what you're trying to remove, right? Wrong. "I'm a big fan of cleansing oils," says Dr. Francesca Fusco, a dermatologist and assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.
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No. 2
Exercise reverses skin aging: Hit the gym if you want to look 20s when in your 40s

Tech Times
From April 25: Regular exercise is believed to keep one's skin glowing and now a study conducted by researchers at Canada's McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, reveals that it can result in the reduction of skin aging. Apparently, if one exercises frequently, the skin is not only younger looking, but the aging process is also reversed for those who start working out at an older age.
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No. 1
Roloxin Lift: It's here!

Allure
From Sept. 5: Roloxin Lift is finally available — both online and in stores. The much-buzzed-about one-day lift for the face requires no cutting, no needles, no heat or cold, thanks to a patented active ingredient developed by Demarché Labs, a new skin care company, together with Technion, the Israel Institute of Technology. It takes less than 15 minutes to apply and you can use any sunscreen, serum or makeup on top of it.
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