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moisturizers

hydroscopic agents, applied to the skin and hair, as creams, rinses or shampoos, to increase hydration of the stratum corneum. Examples are propylene glycol, glycerine and lactate.
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Earlier this year, the Jergens skin care brand expanded its wet skin collection via the launch of Jergens Natural Glow Wet Skin Moisturizer, which marries two of the brand's specialties--wet skin formulations and gradual moisturizers.
To assess the cost-effectiveness of this preventive strategy, the investigators calculated the body surface area of hypothetical babies from birth to 6 months and obtained the average price of seven common moisturizers available at four online retailers to determine the cost per full-body application.
Treating vulvovaginal atrophy/genitourinary syndrome of menopause: how important is vaginal lubricant and moisturizer composition?
An effective hydrating cleanser and moisturizer may not be sufficient to get rid of such patches.
Overall, the past year has been light on innovation in the hand and body moisturizer category, and IRI multioutlet data show hand and body moisturizer sales to be flat overall.
For example some products containing jojoba oil are moisturizers and conditioners.
Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer glides onto wet skin and instantly absorbs, say company officials, adding that there is no need to wait for skin to dry before applying or to rinse away sticky residue.
The campaign launches with the brand's newest initiative, Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer, which sets out to change how women moisturize with "a breakthrough formula that works on wet skin to absorb more moisture faster," the company says.
Since most moisturizers on the market are too greasy and emollient for oily skin, people often skip that step in their beauty routine.
Furthermore, the dilemma of choosing the best and most effective moisturizer among the crowd gets in the way of having a stunning skin.
Misuse of moisturizers: Many moisturizers only coat skin with a greasy layer of chemicals and many of them contain toxic ingredients that can actually damage and irritate skin.
The composition of the moisturizer determines whether the treatment strengthens or deteriorates the skin barrier function, which may have consequences for the outcome of the dermatitis.