Clinical efficacy assessment in photodamaged skin of 0.5% and 1.0% idebenone

@article{McDaniel2005ClinicalEA,
  title={Clinical efficacy assessment in photodamaged skin of 0.5\% and 1.0\% idebenone},
  author={David H. McDaniel and Birgit A. Neudecker and Joseph C DiNardo and Jordan A Lewis and Howard I Maibach},
  journal={Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology},
  year={2005},
  volume={4}
}
Idebenone is an antioxidant lower molecular weight analogue of coenzyme Q10. Previously, idebenone was shown to be a very effective antioxidant in its ability to protect against cell damage from oxidative stress in a variety of biochemical, cell biological, and in vivo methods, including its ability to suppress sunburn cell (SBC) formation in living skin. However, no clinical studies have been previously conducted to establish the efficacy of idebenone in a topical skincare formulation for the… 

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