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Efficacy Of Barrier Creams (Skin Protective Creams)

H. Zhai, H. Maibach
Published 1999 · Medicine

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The concept of barrier creams (BC) has been around since the early 20th century. In practice, their utilization remains the subject of a lively debate; some suggest that inappropriate BC application may induce additional irritation rather than benefit [1-5]. To evaluate BC efficacy, in vivo and in vitro methods have been developed. In particular, recent bioengineering techniques provide more accurate quantitative data than supplied by traditional clinical studies dependent on visual scoring.
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