The best skin care and makeup products can be a lifesaver for people with sensitive skin.
However, many people don’t know what to expect, according to a new study.
Researchers in the US found that people with hyperpigmentation who tried liquid biocells for at least three months had more-than-expected results compared with those who were given placebo.
Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin used a technique called electrochemical stimulation to examine how biocells affect the skin.
Biocells, which can be manufactured by taking collagen from skin cells, mimic the natural collagen structure of the skin and are usually used to treat blemishes.
However, the study found that the biocells actually decreased the amount of collagen in the skin, which could cause it to become more prone to breakage.
Biocells can be added to skin creams, masks, moisturisers, and other products.
The skin creamer, for example, could use the biocell to reduce breakage in the oil and/or the glycerin in the cream.
Researchers found that when the skin’s collagen structure was damaged, it also increased the risk of skin cancer.
For the study, researchers took skin samples from 17 people with mild to moderate hyperpigeonosis and 15 people with moderate to severe hyperpigo.
They found that those with severe hyperpanemia, the skin condition that makes the skin look pink, had the highest rate of collagen breakdown, and those with mild hyperpIG also had the lowest rate.
People with moderate hyperpanig had the least amount of skin collagen, while those with moderate-severe hyperpigan had the most.
Researchers believe that these results could be due to the fact that those suffering from the condition are often not using their natural collagen, which makes it easier for biocells to break down the collagen.
However they also noted that there is evidence that people who have the most severe hyperpiagia have the highest rates of skin breakage and that some people may benefit from using biocells because they can decrease the amount they are exposed to in the daily environment.