Liposomes as Carriers for Cosmetics — A Freeze-Fracture Electron Microscopy Study
Liposomes first described in 1965 (1) and initially used as excellent models for studying membranes have been considered more frequently as vehicles for medical drugs during the last 10 years (2). In fall 1986 the first commercial product appeared on the market with liposomes as mini — containers; however for cosmetically active principles and not for drugs.
KeywordsHyaluronic Acid Purple Membrane Liposome Dispersion Skin Care Product Late Preparation
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