Asian Skin: Its Architecture, Function And Differences From Caucasian Skin

Apr 11, 2006 | Contact Author | By: G. Yosipovitch* and C.T.S. Theng
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Title: Asian Skin: Its Architecture, Function And Differences From Caucasian Skin
Asian skinx racial differencesx Caucasian skinx stratum corneumx epidermisx dermisx
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Racial and genetic factors may play a pivotal part in the variability of an individual's response to topicals and cosmetics. Studies on the racial differences of skin physiology and function have been mainly focused on the differences between Black and white skin with little emphasis placed on Asian skin.

 

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