Clay Jojoba Oil Facial Mask for Lesioned Skin and Mild Acne – Results of a Prospective, Observational Pilot Study

@article{Meier2012ClayJO,
  title={Clay Jojoba Oil Facial Mask for Lesioned Skin and Mild Acne – Results of a Prospective, Observational Pilot Study},
  author={Larissa Daria Meier and Rainer Stange and Andreas Michalsen and Bernhard Uehleke},
  journal={Complementary Medicine Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={19},
  pages={75 - 79}
}
Background: External application of clay facial masks is a cosmetic procedure generally used to reduce skin lesions and to improve overall skin condition. [...] Key Method Methods: Open, prospective, observational pilot study: Participants received written information, instructions, and questionnaires without direct contact with the study physician. For 6 weeks, they applied the masks 2–3 times per week. The primary outcome is the difference of skin lesions: baseline vs. after 6 weeks.Expand
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