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The Latest in Skin Science: A Periodical Review
By: Martin Rieger, PhD
Posted: May 1, 2006, from the May 2006 issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries.
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- May 2006 issue, pg 55
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In recent months, two important reviews have been included in dermatological literature and they are recommended reading for cosmetic chemists. The first of these deals with the research of skin moisturization. It has been known for about 50 years that water is required for skin softness and that the skin’s water content plays a significant role in its suppleness. Throughout the years, the term moisturization has crept slowly into cosmetic and dermatological literature, but its definition remains operational. Thus a moisturizer is a substance or a product that overcomes the signs and symptoms of dry skin.
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