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Evaluation of the anti-wrinkle efficacy of cosmetic formulations with an anti-aging peptide (Argireline®)

@inproceedings{Clares2010EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of the anti-wrinkle efficacy of cosmetic formulations with an anti-aging peptide (Argireline{\textregistered})},
  author={Beatriz Clares and Visitaci{\'o}n Gallardo and M. A. Mart{\'i}nez},
  year={2010}
}
The purpose of this research was to evaluate, by means of in vivo studies, the efficacy of new cosmetic active ingredients which effect of botox, called Argireline®), so that width and depth of wrinkles could be established. For this, it is prepared two formulations: an emulsion with an external aqueous phase for normal to dry skin, and a gel for oily skin. We likewise study the water content of the skin after the application of both formulas, as this must be one of the priority functions of… 

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