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Original Contribution: Three Clinical Studies Showing The Anti‐aging Benefits Of Sodium Salicylate In Human Skin

E. Merinville, A. J. Byrne, A. V. Rawlings, Adam J Muggleton, A. Laloeuf
Published 2010 · Medicine

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Background  Anti‐aging effects of high concentrations of salicylic acid (SA) peels are commonly known. Like all acids, SA can produce somatosensory and visible irritation to the skin and as such may be unsuitable for subjects with sensitive skin.
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