Category Archives: JCDSA

Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications

A Commercially Available Skin Care Lotion with a pH of 4.5 and 10% Urea Improves Skin Surface pH, Stratum Corneum Hydration and Epidermal Barrier Function in Subjects with Dry Skin and Atopic Diathesis

Authors: Jürgen Blaak, Christiane Theiss, Marina Schleißinger, Isabel Simon, Nanna Y. Schürer, Peter Staib ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: The physiological skin surface pH is crucial for several epidermal barrier functions, like stratum corneum integrity, cohesion and restoration. Alterations of the “normal” acidic … Continue reading

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The Effect of A100 Gel, on Hair Growth and Hair Quality: An Explanatory Study

Author(s): Jan Faergemann, Thomas Hedner ABSTRACT Male pattern baldness or androgenic alopecia is a great problem for many individuals’ especially young people. A100 is composed of two active ingredients, a pollen extract and pentane-1,5-diol. The pollen extract provides a source … Continue reading

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Melanin Uptake Reduces Cell Proliferation of Human Epidermal Keratinocytes

Author(s): Xianghong Yan , Ta-Min Wang , Yung-Ching Ming , Yuan-Ming Yeh , Tzu-Ya Chen, Jong-Hwei Su Pang ABSTRACT Melanin, synthesized by melanocyte, is transferred to neighboring keratinocyte and finally accumulates in perinuclear site. Except functioning as an internal sunscreen … Continue reading

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Preparation of Microcapsules Containing Triple Core Materials with Interfacial Condensation Reaction

Author(s) :Yoshinari Taguchi, Mikihiko Aoki, Masato Tanaka ABSTRACT In this manuscript, we describe the novel method for preparing the microcapsules containing α-tocopherol oil droplets as the first core material, calcium chloride powder as the second core material and the fine water … Continue reading

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Do Cultural Factors Affect the Perception of Sensitive Skin?

More than 50% of consumers in the Western world (USA and Europe) self-diagnose themselves as having “sensitive skin” and report unpleasant dermatological sensations to common exposures like weather or health and beauty products.  Cultural and geographical factors seem to play … Continue reading

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Patient Safety: Injectable Education

In Arnold W. Klein research review, published in Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications 2013  Vol.3 No.3B by Scientific Research Publishing. Arnold W. Klein, MD Professor of Medicine and Dermatology UCLA Klein Chair in Dermatology UCLA Consultant to the General and Plastic … Continue reading

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