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Skin Care with Herbal Exfoliants

@inproceedings{Packianathan2010SkinCW,
  title={Skin Care with Herbal Exfoliants},
  author={Nilani Packianathan and Ruckmani Kandasamy},
  year={2010}
}
Exfoliation is the process of removal of removing the old, dead skin cells that cling to the skin’s outermost surface. The two types of exfoliation are mechanical and chemical. People’s opportunities for seeking dermatological assistance for a myriad of conditions, including acne, rosacea, striae, photodamage, and skin cancers have increased in recent years. Chronological aging is a process of intrinsic or normal aging of the skin. Chronic exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light leads to photodamage… Expand
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