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Use of mineral oil as skin moisturizer and evaluated by using Dermalab® Combo

@inproceedings{AzadA2016UseOM,
  title={Use of mineral oil as skin moisturizer and evaluated by using Dermalab{\textregistered} Combo},
  author={K. AzadA. and Wan Mohd Azizi Wan Sulaiman and Z IsmailN. and Shyam Sundor Shaha and Nushrat Khan Sunzida},
  year={2016}
}
Objective: This particular study aims to investigate the effect of mineral oil in different products on the barrier function of normal skin, as measured by transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and hydration. In this study, 15 female Methods: volunteers were divided into three groups, which corresponded with three different brands of moisturizers. The volunteers were treated with one test preparation on one volar forearm twice daily for 3 weeks, while leaving the other forearm untreated to serve… Expand

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