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AHA TREATMENT IMPROVES STRATUM CORNEUM CERAMIDE LEVELS

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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AHA TREATMENT IMPROVES STRATUM CORNEUM CERAMIDE LEVELS, Unilever researchers A. Rawlings et al concluded in a poster presentation at the July 30-Aug. 3 American Academy of Dermatology meeting in San Francisco, CA. In the study, the researchers found that "lactic acid treatment, particularly L-lactic acid, increases the levels of ceramide together with a concomitant improvement in barrier function." Ceramides are lipids in the stratum corneum layer of the skin.
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