Cosmetic efficacy from the Dermatologist point of view

14:30 - 00:00
November 28, 2017

The majority of cosmetic products declaring a specific dermatological activity are based on a presumed properties linked to one or more ingredients that generally do not have clinical evidence.

In fact, the skin is a barrier function organ which therefore tends to exclude most of the components applied to it.

In addition, the properties of the ingredients are derived from other contexts and do not have specific and proven activity on the skin.

In dermatology, the maintenance of good skin condition should be obtained with simple formulations and ingredients respecting the complex functions of the cutaneous organ.



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