Thus effective topical antioxidant formulations designed for dermally
absorbed air-pollutant skin protection should include both vitamin C and E vitamins, both stabilized with additional antioxidants and photoprotective sunscreens, with vitamin C being the more effective photoprotec-tant in the UVA range, and E vitamins being more effective in the UVB range, are absorbed into different areas of the skin, with the E vitamins absorbing into the lipid-phase compartments and vitamin C into the aqueous-phase compartments and mutually stabilize each other.
In addition, the possibility of an increased uptake of dermally
applied pharmaceuticals has never been investigated.
Blacks have lower serum levels of vitamin D than whites because of their lower ability to synthesize the nutrient dermally
It continues: "Like most mercury compounds, the toxicity profile of this substance is such that it is likely to pose serious risks to the health of consumers when they are exposed orally, dermally
or by inhalation," in these cases being "toxic" and "corrosive" under the dangerous substances directive.
Pups of each sex were treated dermally
once daily from postnatal day 3 to postnatal day 15.
Unlike with chemical agents, which are dermally
active, intact skin provides an impermeable barrier to most biological weapons, with the exception of T2 mycotoxins.
Preliminary results of a phase III comparative clinical trial indicate that Androgel (testosterone gel), a dermally
applied testosterone replacement gel, is well tolerated and effectively restores serum levels of the male hormone.
2], we calculated that 30 min of daily bathing or showering would result in a dermally
absorbed phenanthrene dose of only 86 ng/person/day, compared with our estimated 12,000 ng/person/day from daily oral ingestion of 2 L of drinking water.
Pups were treated dermally
with 0, 1, 3, or 5 mg/kg of MP daily for 21 days after birth.