Skin physiology in men and women: in vivo evaluation of 300 people including TEWL, SC hydration, sebum content and skin surface pH.

@article{Luebberding2013SkinPI,
  title={Skin physiology in men and women: in vivo evaluation of 300 people including TEWL, SC hydration, sebum content and skin surface pH.},
  author={Stefanie Luebberding and Nils Kr{\"u}ger and Martina Kerscher},
  journal={International journal of cosmetic science},
  year={2013},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={477-83}
}
OBJECTIVES Evidence is given that differences in skin physiological properties exist between men and women. However, despite an assessable number of available publications, the results are still inconsistent. Therefore, the aim of this clinical study is the first systematic assessment of gender-related differences in skin physiology in men and women, with a special focus on changes over lifetime. METHODS A total of 300 healthy male and female subjects (20-74 years) were selected following… CONTINUE READING
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