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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 41, Number 3, 1 June 2019

Conformation changes in human hair keratin observed using confocal Raman spectroscopy after active ingredient application
pp. 203-212(10)
Authors: Essendoubi, M.; Meunier, M.; Scandolera, A.; Gobinet, C.; Manfait, M.; Lambert, C.; Auriol, D.; Reynaud, R.; Piot, O.

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Potentially beneficial effects of rhamnose on skin ageing: an in vitro and in vivo study
pp. 213-220(8)
Authors: Pageon, H.; Azouaoui, A.; Zucchi, H.; Ricois, S.; Tran, C.; Asselineau, D.

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Development of predictive regression model for perceived hair breakage in Indian consumers
pp. 228-239(12)
Authors: Kaushik, Vaibhav; Nihul, Pratiksha; Mhaskar, Sudhakar

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Bio‐derived hydroxystearic acid ameliorates skin age spots and conspicuous pores
pp. 240-256(17)
Authors: Schütz, R.; Rawlings, A.V.; Wandeler, E.; Jackson, E.; Trevisan, S.; Monneuse, J.‐M.; Bendik, I.; Massironi, M.; Imfeld, D.

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A preliminary study of an alternative method for evaluating skin sensitizing potential of chemicals
pp. 257-264(8)
Authors: Buzzella, A.; Mazzini, G.; Vicini, R.; Angelinetta, C.; Pastoris, O.

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Photoageing‐related skin changes in different age groups: a clinical evaluation by biophysical and imaging techniques
pp. 265-273(9)
Authors: Fossa Shirata, M. M.; Alves, G.A.D.; Maia Campos, P.M.B.G.

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Deposition of plant lipids after single application of a lip care product determined by confocal raman spectroscopy, corneometry and transepidermal water‐loss
pp. 281-291(11)
Authors: Bielfeldt, S.; Blaak, J.; Laing, S.; Schleißinger, M.; Theiss, C.; Wilhelm, K‐P; Staib, P.

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Striae reconstructed, a full thickness skin model that recapitulates the pathology behind stretch marks
pp. 311-319(9)
Authors: Perez‐Aso, M.; Roca, A.; Bosch, J.; Martínez‐Teipel, B.

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Anti‐inflammatory / anti‐oxidant activity of ingredients of sunscreen products? Implications for SPF
pp. 320-324(5)
Authors: Kolbe, L.; Pissavini, M.; Tricaud, C.; Trullás Cabanas, C.; Dietrich, E.; Matts, P. J.

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