Treatment of Skin Aging and Photoaging with Innovative Oral Dosage Forms of Non-Hydrolized Carnosine and Carcinine

@article{Ma2017TreatmentOS,
  title={Treatment of Skin Aging and Photoaging with Innovative Oral Dosage Forms of Non-Hydrolized Carnosine and Carcinine},
  author={Babizhayev Ma},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Dermatology},
  year={2017},
  pages={116-143}
}
  • Babizhayev Ma
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Clinical Dermatology
Aging is a multifactorial process resulting in several functional and esthetic changes in the skin. Advances in research have yielded a tremendous amount of information on the molecular pathways involved in both intrinsic aging (natural) and extrinsic aging (including photoaging). Some of the characteristic features of aging skin, such as wrinkling, loss of elasticity, and atrophy, can largely be attributed to dermal changes. The amount of collagen in the skin decreases, while the cross linking… Expand
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