Moisturizers are commonly used to treat both healthy and diseased skin, and therefore bridge the gap between medication and consumer good. Dermatologists routinely recommend them. They are used as prevention of irritant dermatitis, to treat minor skin complaints and as adjuvant therapy in combination with topically applied drugs. This suggests that they are useful in a medical/biological sense.
|Titel||Dry Skin and Moisturizers|
|Undertitel||Chemistry and Function, Second Edition|
|ISBN (Trykt)||0849321344, 9780849321344|
|Status||Udgivet - 1 jan. 2005|