Effect of rice starch as a bath additive on the barrier function of healthy but SLS-damaged skin and skin of atopic patients.

@article{dePaepe2002EffectOR,
  title={Effect of rice starch as a bath additive on the barrier function of healthy but SLS-damaged skin and skin of atopic patients.},
  author={Kristien de Paepe and J P Hachem and Els Vanp{\'e}e and Diane I. Roseeuw and Vera Maria Rogiers},
  journal={Acta dermato-venereologica},
  year={2002},
  volume={82 3},
  pages={
          184-6
        }
}
Key MethodRice starch added to bath water was studied for its possible beneficial effects on impaired barrier function as evaluated by transepidermal water loss measurements. The forearm skin of healthy volunteers was irritated by sodium lauryl sulphate. Exposure to rice-starch-containing bath water--twice daily for 15 min--led to a 20% improvement on the healing capacity of damaged skin. The beneficial effect was also observed for a rice-starch-containing lipid-free bath formulation, and an oil-in-water…Expand
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