Journal of Cosmetology & Trichology

ISSN: 2471-9323

Open Access

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Volume 5, Issue 2 (2020)

    Editorial Note Pages: 1 - 2

    Efficacy and Safety of L-Cystine Associated or not to a Natural Keratin (Kera-Diet®) Hydrolysate on Hair and Nails: Randomised, PlaceboControlled, Clinical Trial on Healthy Females

    Vincenzo Nobile

    DOI: 10.4172/2167-7700.1000262

    The acute Telogen Effluvium (aTE) and the Brittle Nail Syndrome (BNS) are two medical conditions affecting both males and females. A dietary approach based on aminoacids and/or on protein hydrolysate could be a safe and effective approach in reducing hair loss during acute telogen effluvium and in improving brittle nails conditions. 

    Review Article Pages: 0 - 0

    Update of Treatment Options in Atopic Dermatitis A Narrative Review

    Neela Patel, Jay Modha, Avanita solanki, Jigna Barot and Bina Modi

    Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease characterized by pruritus, inflammatory skin lesions.  It causes severe impairment of quality of life along with the impairment of physical well of the patient. The management of AD has been always challenging due to its chronic and recurrent course with periods of remission. As the medical science progresses many modalities of treatment have been introduced, beginning from bathing methodology, topical and systemic. This study tries to give a narrative review of the different management options, which clinical dermatologists can use for the management of atopic dermatitis. These options needs to be evaluated and matched according to the age, sex and severity of atopic dermatitis.

    Research Article Pages: 1 - 1

    Forward and Reverse Absorption Model for EGCG, Proof for Efficacy of Anagen Grow

    Aruna V, Amruthavalli GV, Gayathri R

    The present study reports the selective dermal absorption of Epi Gallo Catechin 3 Gallate (EGCG) than the mucosal absorption. If the absorption of EGCG is not properly achieved the therapeutic benefits that are expected out of EGCG are not likely to occur. Green tea is promoted with the proven therapeutic benefit i.e., alpha reductase inhibition. Anagen grow has been formulated after establishing the forward and reverse absorption of EGCG and other herbal actives and thus the formulation is effective for hair growth and retarding alopecia. Details are presented in the article.

    Volume 6, Issue 1 (2020)

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