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A Retinyl Palmitate-loaded Solid Lipid Nanoparticle System: Effect Of Surface Modification With Dicetyl Phosphate On Skin Permeation In Vitro And Anti-wrinkle Effect In Vivo.

H. S. Jeon, Jo Eun Seo, M. Kim, M. Kang, D. H. Oh, Sang Ok Jeon, Seong Hoon Jeong, Y. Choi, Sangkil Lee
Published 2013 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Surface-modified solid lipid nanoparticles (SLNs) containing retinyl palmitate (Rpal) were prepared by the hot-melt method using Gelucire 50/13(®) and Precirol ATO5(®). Dicetyl phosphate (DCP) was added to negatively charge the surfaces of the SLNs and thereby enhance the skin distribution properties of Rpal. In vitro skin permeation and in vivo anti-aging studies were performed using SLNs dispersed in a hydrogel. The SLNs were under 100 nm in size with an even polydispersity index (PDI), and the high absolute zeta-potential value was sufficient to maintain the colloidal stability of the SLNs. DCP-modified negative SLNs (DCPmod-SLNs) enhanced the skin distribution of Rpal 4.8-fold and delivered Rpal to a greater depth than did neutral SLNs. The in vivo anti-wrinkle effect of the DCPmod-SLN formulation was Rpal dose-dependent. However, the anti-wrinkle effects of the DCPmod-SLN formulations were significantly different from that of the negative control and effectively prevented the reduction of elastin and superoxide dismutase by UV irradiation. In conclusion, the DCPmod-SLN system presented is a good candidate for topical Rpal delivery.
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