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SCC Annual Scientific Meeting In Brief

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UV protection: Salicylic acid protects skin from UVB rays and may increase DNA repair, Estee Lauder Companies scientist Thomas Mammone reports during Society of Cosmetic Chemists Annual Scientific Meeting in New York City Dec. 8-9. Lauder research has shown the ingredient, traditionally used in anti-acne topical applications, inhibits cox-2 formation and suppresses NFKB in human epidermal keratinocytes, Mammone notes. Salicylic acid also was found to induce heat shock protein 70 in keratinocytes. Given the results, the substance may be ideal for use in formulas protecting skin from sun damage, he concludes...
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