Percutaneous absorption of sunscreens in vitro: interspecies comparison, skin models and reproducibility aspects.

@article{BenechKieffer2000PercutaneousAO,
  title={Percutaneous absorption of sunscreens in vitro: interspecies comparison, skin models and reproducibility aspects.},
  author={Florence Benech-Kieffer and P Wegrich and R Schwarzenbach and G Klecak and Tim Weber and Jacques Leclaire and Hans Schaefer},
  journal={Skin pharmacology and applied skin physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={324-35}
}
Appropriate evaluation of sunscreens is required to provide better knowledge of their safety and efficacy. One of the most important elements of this evaluation is the assessment of percutaneous absorption. In vitro methods are largely used for such assessments, and the accuracy of the measurements generated with these methods depends on the use of a proper methodology. This study was designed to evaluate an in vitro protocol for investigating the percutaneous absorption of two sunscreens under… CONTINUE READING

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