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Human In Vivo Study : Dermal Application of Rutin SmartCrystals ® & Peptide-Loaded Liposomes to Decrease Skin Roughness

@inproceedings{Sinambela2013HumanIV,
  title={Human In Vivo Study : Dermal Application of Rutin SmartCrystals {\textregistered} \& Peptide-Loaded Liposomes to Decrease Skin Roughness},
  author={Pricillia Sinambela and Bettina L{\"o}ffler and E A Egorov and Cornelia M. Keck and Rainer Helmut M{\"u}ller},
  year={2013}
}
SUMMARY The effect of a cosmeceutical product containing rutin smartCrystals ® and peptide loaded liposomes was evaluated to decrease the skin roughness in healthy woman volunteers. The skin roughness significantly decreased after eight weeks of treatment. This effect showed a positive correlation with the applied dose. INTRODUCTION Stratum corneum is the outermost layer of skin which has a function as a barrier for water soluble and lipid soluble materials. Modification of dermal delivery… 

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