A new, multifaceted approach toward skin moisturisation

A new, multifaceted approach toward skin moisturisation

31 Oct 2018, 11:15 - 11:45

Technical Seminars Theatre
Language:
English

The role of vitamin D in the skin is well described in scientific literature. Particulary interesting is its role in skin processes relevant to moisture levels. Vitamin D deficiency is common in people suffering from atopic dermatitis, a skin disease that is associated with reduced skin barrier function and dryness. Additionally, vitamin D is an important initiator of filaggrin production.

MultiMoist CLR™ has been shown, in vitro, to have significant activity in stimulating the efficiency of Vitamin D receptors in skin cells. In vivo it was shown through 6 different in-vivo tests to improve the moisture levels in the skin.

Contributors

  • John Lofthouse

    Speaker

    Director Global Sales and Marketing

    CLR Berlin GmbH

    John Lofthouse worked in the development laboratories of Novartis (then Ciba Geigy) for 14 years. He joined CLR Berlin in 2006 as Global Sales and...

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