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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2022) 35 (4): 215–223.
Published Online: 04 April 2022
... with body mass index (BMI) in a large Chinese cohort. Methods and Subjects: A total of 1,405 Chinese aged 21–98 years old were enrolled in this study. Epidermal functions, including transepidermal water loss (TEWL), stratum corneum hydration, and skin surface pH, were measured on the flexor forearm...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2019) 32 (2): 72–80.
Published Online: 10 January 2019
... formulations improve the skin barrier in RHE as shown by increased filaggrin and human β-defensin-2 expression as well as by the 23% declined mean apparent permeability coefficients for caffeine. A reduction of 18% in transepidermal water loss confirms this effect in humans. Moreover, Lactococcus emulsion...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2018) 31 (5): 269–282.
Published Online: 15 August 2018
...Megan N. Kelchen; Gopi Menon; Patrick Ten Eyck; Donald Prettypaul; Nicole K. Brogden Application of exogenous products, such as creams, to the skin can result in subclinical changes in selected epidermal functions such as transepidermal water loss (TEWL), hydration, redness, and pH; these changes...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2017) 30 (3): 139–145.
Published Online: 19 April 2017
... that epidermal pigmentation benefits the epidermal permeability barrier [ 36,37 ]. To determine whether the topical histamine-induced improvement in pigmentation is paralleled by an enhancement of permeability barrier homeostasis, both basal transepidermal water loss and barrier recovery kinetics were assessed...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2017) 30 (1): 1–12.
Published Online: 26 January 2017
... frequently report SS. Methods: Subjects with SS ( n = 29), NSS ( n = 30), AD ( n = 11), and AR ( n = 27) were included. Stratum corneum (SC) thickness, water, ceramides/fatty acids, and natural moisturizing factor (NMF) were measured by CRS along with transepidermal water loss and capacitance on the ventral...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2015) 28 (1): 12–21.
Published Online: 15 July 2014
... with compromised skin barrier function. Skin prematurity involves thinner stratum corneum and underdeveloped epidermis/dermis resulting in decreased barrier function, higher transepidermal water loss and greater chemical penetration, when compared to healthy full-term neonate/adult skin. Methods: We developed...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2014) 27 (5): 234–241.
Published Online: 08 May 2014
... premature infants over a longitudinal observation period. Methods: Transepidermal water loss (TEWL), stratum corneum hydration (SCH), pH and sebum were measured at postnatal ages of 1-7 days and 2-7 weeks on the forehead, abdomen, thigh and buttock of preterm infants (gestational age 30-37 weeks; n = 48...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2014) 27 (3): 164–171.
Published Online: 18 January 2014
.../(O + Si) creams, containing 10% (w/w) of the respective silicones, were investigated as a function of time and compared to petrolatum. Methods: Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and skin hydration measurements were carried out after a single topical application on forearm skin of 26 healthy young...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2014) 27 (3): 141–147.
Published Online: 11 January 2014
... from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Skin barrier Transepidermal water loss Skin hydration Corneometer® Liposomes Tewameter® The cosmetics industry offers numerous products for skin care. Especially formulations with a skin...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2014) 27 (2): 90–96.
Published Online: 23 October 2013
..., possible interfering effects of subsequent measurement procedures on transepidermal water loss (TEWL), stratum corneum hydration (SCH) and skin surface pH were investigated. Methods: An exploratory study was conducted. Twelve young (mean age 32.9 ± 7.2 years) and 12 elderly (mean age 68.3 ± 2.5 years...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2012) 26 (1): 22–29.
Published Online: 26 October 2012
... of transepidermal water loss (TEWL) in a scratch-count-dependent manner. This elevated TEWL was significantly decreased following topical application of bFGF to the skin. In addition, bFGF increased the expression of Ki67 in keratinocytes following mechanical scratching. These results suggest that bFGF enhances...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2012) 25 (5): 269–280.
Published Online: 27 July 2012
...), and (3) increased transepidermal water loss. Results: The PD model exhibited the sensitivity and specificity required to function as a bioequivalence surrogate. It was possible to differentiate between: (1) three concentrations of tretinoin in a commercial cream product line; (2) two concentrations...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2012) 25 (3): 124–132.
Published Online: 15 February 2012
..., ROC Key Words Sebum Skin hydration Transepidermal water loss Drug transport in vivo Human stratum corneum Lipid morphology treatment may be attributable to the altered barrier function of the SC due to the disordering structures of the intercellular lipid molecules. Copyright © 2012 S...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2011) 25 (1): 25–33.
Published Online: 07 September 2011
... elements. Regional differences in skin functions are well known. The aim of the present study was to assess and compare skin physiological parameters in vivo at 16 anatomical sites: Barrier function in terms of transepidermal water loss (TEWL), stratum corneum (SC) hydration (assessed by capacitance), skin...