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Cellulite: from standing fat herniation to hypodermal stretch marks.
Histologic aspects reminiscent of stretch marks are identified within the hypodermal strands, resulting in clinical skin dimpling.
[Cutaneous photobiology].
The integration of the various cell reactions with ultraviolet light is modulated by the phototypes. It is responsible for photo-immunological processes and for photocancerogenesis.
Ketoconazole Shampoo: Effect of Long-Term Use in Androgenic Alopecia
Comparative data suggest that there may be a significant action of KCZ upon the course of androgenic alopecia and that Malassezia spp.
A Multicenter Randomized Trial of Ketoconazole 2% and Zinc Pyrithione 1% Shampoos in Severe Dandruff and Seborrheic Dermatitis
It is concluded that after a 4-week treatment, KET 2% shampoo was significantly superior to ZPT 1% shampoo in the treatment of subjects with severe dandruff or seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp.
EEMCO Guidance for the in vivo Assessment of Skin Greasiness
A better understanding of factors that alter the sebum amount at the skin surface may well assist in the development of sebosuppressive agents to help the reduction of the skin greasiness and improve acne.
From skin microrelief to wrinkles. An area ripe for investigation
Skin microrelief alters progressively with age, resulting from structural changes in the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis.
Prolonged effects of antidandruff shampoos ‐ time to recurrence of Malassezia ovalis colonization of skin
Data show the increased duration of yeast reduction for the ketoconazole shampoo over the two other formulations, which is explained by the combination of its antifungal and pharmacokinetic properties.
The Conundrum of Skin Pores in Dermocosmetology
This review describes some of the current objective methods used to describe skin pores in the field of cosmetology.
Effect of Hormone Replacement Therapy for Menopause on the Mechanical Properties of Skin
Evaluation of the effect of hormone replacement therapy for menopause on the mechanical properties of the skin in healthy women finds no significant difference in the quality of life for women who have had HRT.
Influence of the test area on the mechanical properties of skin.
A high degree of correlation exists between biomechanical variables related to elasticity and under a suction of 500 mbar, both the 2- and 8-mm probes give results which correlate statistically in a large population.