This study helps to determine the effectiveness of products to protect the skin against every day pollutants.
Atmospheric pollution creates a cutaneous stress that generates oxidation and inflammation responses in the skin, in turn leading to compromised skin protective barrier, decreased skin hydration and accelerated skin aging.
This study is carried out in vivo on human volunteers and it evaluates the capacity of products to form a protective shield that can be assessed via various test options.
“Anti-pollution protection”, “Creates a protective shield”, “Pollution shield”, “Decreases the accumulation of pollutants on the skin surface”, “Decreases the deposit of atmospheric particles on the skin surface”
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