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Benzyl benzoate (BB) is one of the oldest drugs used for the treatment of scabies and is recommended as the “first-line intervention” for the cost-effective treatment of the disease. Though a promising candidate, its application is reported to be associated with irritation of the skin and eye, resulting in poor patient compliance. Hence, the present study(More)
The topical delivery of local anaesthetics has always been a difficult task due to the limited percutaneous absorption of local anaesthetic drugs across the various barriers of the skin. In this pursuit, a thermoresponsive mixed micellar nanogel (MMNG) system of lidocaine and prilocaine has been attempted in the current piece of work. The system relies on(More)
The primary aim of the present study was to develop lanolin-based organogel with enhanced delivery potential and reduced skin irritation for the treatment of hyperkeratotic lesions and scaling. The drug was encapsulated in the lipidic bilayers of organogel. The values of particle size, polydispersity index (PDI), and zeta potential of the developed carrier(More)
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