Most weeks, a press release for a beauty product claiming to be “innovative” and game-changing” drops into my inbox. It usually turns out to be something perfectly nice that is probably beneficial to most skins – but truly innovative? Very seldom. In this issue, though, there are two ground breaking skincare developments to report, both with serious scientific clout.
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