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Assessment of dermocosmetics containing retinaldehyde , nicotinamide and Vitis vinifera in the cutaneous photoaging of women between 25 and 40 years old

  title={Assessment of dermocosmetics containing retinaldehyde , nicotinamide and Vitis vinifera in the cutaneous photoaging of women between 25 and 40 years old},
  author={L{\'u}cia Helena F{\'a}varo Arruda and Ana Carolina Belini Baz{\'a}n Arruda and Paula Luz Stocco and Fernanda Sayuri Ota and Elvira Cancio Assumpç{\~a}o and Sthephani S. B. Langen and Adilson da Costa and Un Sun Park and Carla A. H. V. Myashiro},
1 Collaborating Physician, Psoriasis Outpatient Clinic, Dermatology Department, Universidade Católica de Campinas (PUC-Campinas) – Campinas (SP), Brazil. 2 Coordinator, Psoriasis, Collagenoses and Pediatric Dermatology, Universidade Católica de Campinas (PUC-Campinas) 3 Resident Physician, Dermatology, Hospital Regional da Asa Norte (HRAN) Brasília (DF), Brazil . 4 Specializing Candidate in Dermatology, Universidade Católica de Campinas (PUCCampinas) . 5 Head of Dermatology and Coordinator of… Expand

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