A comparative study of the effects on the skin of a classical bar soap and a syndet cleansing bar in normal use conditions and in the soap chamber test

@article{Barel2001ACS,
  title={A comparative study of the effects on the skin of a classical bar soap and a syndet cleansing bar in normal use conditions and in the soap chamber test},
  author={A. Barel and R. Lambrecht and P. Clarys and B. M. Morrison and M. Paye},
  journal={Skin Research and Technology},
  year={2001},
  volume={7}
}
Background/aims: The skin irritation potential of a body cleansing product is often compared under exaggerated test conditions, although the product is intended to be used at home with repetitive and brief contact with the skin. The aim of this study was to determine how much patch testing is predictive of the clinical, sub‐clinical and subjective cutaneous effects of products used at home by consumers for their normal hygienic cleansing. 
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