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What is the difference between corneobiology and corneotherapy?
 

Recently a comprehensive review article from Albert M. Kligman has been published in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science 33, 197-209 (2011). "Corneobiology and Corneotherapy - a final chapter" was drawn posthumously from a variety of his notes.

  • Corneobiology refers to biologic and biochemical processes in connection with the damage and recovering of the stratum corneum.
  • Corneotherapy refers to recovering and care of the stratum corneum by applying a physiologically appropriate skin care. Prevention plays a major role in this respect.

For further details please look at "corneotherapy".

Dr. Hans Lautenschläger

Please note: The contribution is based on the state of the art at the revision date.

 
 
 
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