Double‐Blind, Half‐Face Study Comparing Topical Vitamin C and Vehicle for Rejuvenation of Photodamage

@article{Fitzpatrick2002DoubleBlindHS,
  title={Double‐Blind, Half‐Face Study Comparing Topical Vitamin C and Vehicle for Rejuvenation of Photodamage},
  author={R. Fitzpatrick and E. Rostan},
  journal={Dermatologic Surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={28},
  pages={231–236}
}
  • R. Fitzpatrick, E. Rostan
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • Dermatologic Surgery
  • BACKGROUND Aging of the population, in particular the "baby boomers," has resulted in increased interest in methods of reversal of photodamage. [...] Key MethodMETHODS Ten patients applied in a double-blind manner a newly formulated vitamin C complex having 10% ascorbic acid (water soluble) and 7% tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate (lipid soluble) in an anhydrous polysilicone gel base to one-half of the face and the inactive polysilicone gel base to the opposite side.Expand Abstract
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