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Skin Cleansing with Synthetic Detergents: Chemical, Ecological, and Clinical Aspects

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Skin Cleansing with Synthetic Detergents: Chemical, Ecological, and Clinical Aspects - Braun-Falco, Otto (Editor), and Korting, Hans C (Editor)
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Over the last 35 years, synthetic detergents have become increasingly important as skin cleansing agents. With the vast range of soaps and synthetic cleansers available nowadays, doctors and pharmacists are expectedto advise on how to cleanse normal as well as diseased skins. Sound advice must include knowledge of the nature, composition, and action of the available surfactants and cleanser preparations, the physiology and pathophysiology of the skin surface, the microbial ecology ofthe skin, and the factors that control ...

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Skin Cleansing with Synthetic Detergents: Chemical, Ecological, and Clinical Aspects 1992, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg

ISBN-13: 9783540554097

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