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Surfactant structure effects on swelling of isolated human stratum corneum
Stratum corneum lipid removal by surfactants: relation to in vivo irritation.
The relationship between the in vivo irritation potential of sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and linear alkyl benzene sulfonate (LAS) and the ability of these two surfactants to remove lipid from the… Expand
In Vitro Interactions: Biochemical and Biophysical Effects of Surfactants on Skin
- L. D. Rhein
Surfactants in Personal Care Products and Decorative Cosmetics
Part I ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL CARE AND DECORATIVE COSMETICS Review of Skin Structure and Function with Special Focus on Stratum Corneum Lipid L.D. Rhein and S. Babajanyan Color Measurement Techniques… Expand
Biochemical Studies of Olfaction: Binding Specificity of Odorants to a Cilia Preparation from Rainbow Trout Olfactory Rosettes
Abstract: Cilia isolated from the olfactory epithelium (olfactory rosettes) of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) bind amino acids, which are odor stimuli to this species. We demonstrate that… Expand
Quantitation of erythema in a soap chamber test using the Minolta Chroma (Reflectance) Meter: Comparison of instrumental results with visual assessments
Human cutaneous response to a mixed surfactant system: role of solution phenomena in controlling surfactant irritation.
- L. D. Rhein, F. A. Simion, R. Hill, R. Cagan, J. Mattai, H. Maibach
- Chemistry, Medicine
Exposure of the skin to surfactant-based products can result in irritation. To control this effect researchers are probing mechanisms of surfactant action. In vitro studies show that mixing… Expand
Self-perceived sensory responses to soap and synthetic detergent bars correlate with clinical signs of irritation.
- F. A. Simion, L. D. Rhein, +4 authors G. Grove
- Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
- 1 February 1995
BACKGROUND Epidemiologic studies indicate that after using soaps and other personal care products, many consumers experience irritation. In 50% of the cases the feelings of skin dryness, itching, and… Expand
Predicting surfactant irritation from the swelling response of a collagen film
Deposition of salicylic acid into hamster sebaceous.
In an earlier paper, we identified vehicles that are miscible with sebum, using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). In this paper, the potential of these vehicles to deliver salicylic acid (SA)… Expand