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- Patel, Jerishma, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of controlled release 2018 v.278 pp. 37-48
- acne; active ingredients; betamethasone; deet; half life; human cell lines; humans; hydrophobicity; ichthyosis; interleukin-1alpha; keratin; microencapsulation; polymerization; psoriasis; silane; silicone; tissues; toxicity; translation (genetics); vitamin A
- ... Retinol, a derivative of vitamin A, is a ubiquitous compound used to treat acne, reduce wrinkles and protect against conditions like psoriasis and ichthyosis. While retinol is used as the primary active ingredient (AI) in many skin care formulations, its efficacy is often limited by an extreme sensitivity to degrade and toxicity at high concentrations. While microencapsulation is an appealing meth ...