An MPC Phospholipid Polymer with Skin Protection Benefits

April 19, 2006 | Contact Author | By: Mamoru Tsuchida and Kunio Shimada
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Keywords: Phospholipid polymers | 2-methacryloyloxyethyl phosphorylcholine | MPC | biomaterials | skin protection

Abstract: A new phospholipids polymer has been developed for various applications, including cosmetics. In this report, the authors evaluate the polymer’s ability to reduce several indicators of surfactant-irritated skin. They also demonstrate the polymer’s potential for increasing the lasting time of perfumes.

A new phospholipids polymer has been developed for various applications, including cosmetics. In this report, the authors evaluate the polymer’s ability to reduce several indicators of surfactantirritated skin. They also demonstrate the polymer’s potential for increasing the lasting time of perfumes.

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