Impact of Advanced Petrolatum-Depositing Body Wash on Stratum Corneum Barrier Function and a Healthy Skin Appearance Skin Biomarker Measures (Poster #8697)
P&G Beauty scientists evaluated the impact of an advanced petrolatum-depositing body wash on skin appearance using the Standard Leg Controlled-Application Test (LCAT) methodology. Women with dry leg skin washed their legs once daily with randomly assigned body wash products over a three week period during the winter season. Common skin measures were taken, including expert dryness grading and assessment of hydration and barrier function (via corneometer and TEWL).
Results found that the advanced petrolatum-depositing body wash delivered significant improvements in comparison to an alternative technology containing a glycinate surfactant and soybean oil emollient.
Improvement in Facial Skin Appearance by a Cosmetic Treatment Regimen with Skin Energizing Technology: A Full Face Clinical Study (Poster #8248)
The objective of this study was to demonstrate improvements in skin appearance after the use of a three-product cosmetic anti-aging skin care regimen containing broad-spectrum sunscreen, niacinamide, olive oil derivative, pal-KTTKS and dill extract. In a six-week randomized, double-blind, vehicle-controlled, full-face study, the authors measured UV exposure time in 150 Chinese females ranging from 20 to 60 years old. Subjects were separated based on age and pre-study UV exposure time (low, medium, and high).
Participants in the control group were non-sunscreen users and used a cleanser only. Individuals in the treated group used the three product cosmetic anti-aging skin care regimen. Measurements were taken at weeks three and six. Full face images were captured, followed by assessment of TEWL and hydration on the cheek and upper inner arm.
Women in the treated group demonstrated significantly i
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