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Enhanced Skin Permeability of C E Ferulic after CLEAR + BRILLIANT Perméa Laser Treatment

@inproceedings{Elford2013EnhancedSP,
  title={Enhanced Skin Permeability of C E Ferulic after CLEAR + BRILLIANT Perm{\'e}a Laser Treatment},
  author={E. Elford and C. Oresajo and Vikramaditya P. Bedi and G. Roy and Geronemus},
  year={2013}
}
Photoaging results in numerous clinical effects in the skin, including wrinkles, textural changes, dyspigmentation, telengiectasia, and lentigines. Long-term sunlight exposure has been shown to increase the risk of actinic keratoses and nonmelanoma skin cancer. Amongst the approaches undertaken to reduce this risk are laser skin resurfacing as well as topical therapies. Concerning the latter, ascorbic acid, commonly known as vitamin C, has received much attention for its ability to reduce… Expand

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