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Evaluación de los cambios en la piel tras la aplicación de cosméticos elaborados a partir del sedimento de las aguas minero-medicinales Lanjarón-Capuchina mediante métodos de bioingeniería cutánea

  title={Evaluaci{\'o}n de los cambios en la piel tras la aplicaci{\'o}n de cosm{\'e}ticos elaborados a partir del sedimento de las aguas minero-medicinales Lanjar{\'o}n-Capuchina mediante m{\'e}todos de bioingenier{\'i}a cut{\'a}nea},
  author={Jos{\'e} Manuel Carbajo Espejo},
Introduction The human skin’s biophysical characteristics in vivo constitute an important indicator of the skin’s condition. Non invasive methods of exploration (MENI) used to evaluate give a direct measure of the biophysical characteristics of this organ and have the possibility of skin condition quantification. Objectives The study was designed to distinguish the skin response after the continuous application (three months) of two different osmotic cosmetics: a Moisturizing Emulsion and a… 

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