Repairing a Compromised Skin Barrier in Dermatitis: Leveraging the Skin's Ability to Heal Itself

@inproceedings{Eberting2014RepairingAC,
  title={Repairing a Compromised Skin Barrier in Dermatitis: Leveraging the Skin's Ability to Heal Itself},
  author={Cheryl Lee D Eberting and Garrett Coman and Nicholas R. Blickenstaff},
  year={2014}
}
Skin barrier defects play a major role in many dermatoses including irritant and allergic contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, dry skin, aged skin, xerosis, rosacea, acne and more. Skin barrier repair technology has heretofore focused on physiologic skin lipid replacement and skin protection without addressing the myriad other areas of compromise such as an elevated pH, balance of the microbiome, inflammation, succeptibility to infection, aberrant calcium gradients and the proclivity for… CONTINUE READING

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