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Measuring changes in skin barrier function with skin impedance

@inproceedings{Moore2019MeasuringCI,
  title={Measuring changes in skin barrier function with skin impedance},
  author={D. Moore},
  year={2019}
}
cleansing products can cause skin damage and/or irritation due to surfactant-skin interactions, which can compromise skin barrier function. Such interactions need to be minimized. In this work, skin impedance measurements were conducted in vitro on porcine skin using vertical Franz diffusion cells to investigate the impact of surfactants, as well as skin cleansing formulations, on skin barrier integrity and function. This method can guide the development of milder cleansing formulations… Expand

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