Corneocare and Comfort Science

Recent market research demonstrates that consumers often consider moisturizing benefits more important than anti-aging benefits.1 Rawlings and Voegeli have suggested that the tight sensation of dry skin might, in fact, be of greater concern than visible wrinkles; therefore, sensation might be more important than appearance.2 Surveys in Japan, the United States and France have also shown that as much as 40% of the female population perceives itself to have an issue with dry skin, and current moisturizing technologies do not meet the needs of these consumers.3

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