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The Clinical Benefit Of Moisturizers

M. Lodén
Published 2005 · Medicine

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Moisturizing creams marketed to consumers often contain trendy ingredients and are accompanied by exciting names and attractive claims. Moisturizers are also an important part of the dermatologist's armamentarium to treat dry skin conditions and maintain healthy skin.
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