Liposome Stability via Multi-Walled Delivery Systems

May 6, 2003 | Contact Author | By: Michael Birman and Nadya Lawrence, IGI Inc.
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Title: Liposome Stability via Multi-Walled Delivery Systems
delivery systemsx liposomesx stabilizationx encapsulationx skin care formulationsx
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Keywords: delivery systems | liposomes | stabilization | encapsulation | skin care formulations

Abstract: Membrane-mimetic materials (certain surfactants and essential fatty acids) can form lipsomes with five to seven walls, providing a stable delivery system for skin treatment products.

Encapsulation! It's the essence of product stabilization. Encapsulation keeps an active isolated in a microdroplet, where it remains pure and not emulsified. Just imagine providing the full potency of antioxidants, skin protectants and nourishing complexes, available to the skin or hair, right at the time of application! This is effective delivery.