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Scientists discover important beauty secret for balanced skin color and tone
Date:8/22/2007

ytes are much easier to manipulate than melanocytes.

Medical conditions that sometimes require the use of bioengineered skin grafts include severe burns, scleroderma, epidermis bullosa, diabetes, and venous leg ulcers. In addition, the studys senior researcher, Raymond Boissy, says this study also could help the quality of life for people with pigment diseases such as vitiligo, melasma and age spotting by making their skin more healthy looking.


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