skin sensation

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At DSM we know that selecting and combining UV filters to deliver the right sun protection together with a pleasant skin sensation is an art in itself and one that requires the collaboration of highly experienced scientists, formulators and sensory panelists.
The new silicone resin elastomer gel combines the skin sensation produced by non-crosslinked silicone polymers with the film-forming properties of silicone resins.
When responding to protect the skin, neuropeptides can create inflammation and an uncomfortable skin sensation, such as numbness, itching, sensitivity or tingling.
The Nivea Body Wash collection includes seven cream-oils and body washes, which feature a revolutionary skin sensation technology.
Approved Canadian labeling, based on submission of published clinical studies, includes: temporary reduction in disturbances in skin sensation, increases in balance and reduction in fall risk (when used adjunctively with physical therapy) due to diabetic and other peripheral neuropathies.
It is only when we shift focus away from the nerve endings associated with normal skin sensation that we can appreciate the sensation hidden in the background," Rice added.
2]Max Kona Caramel Roast, which features a coffeelike scent while providing a "tingle factor"--a skin sensation that gives users the perception that the tanning is happening faster.
SmartTouch is a haptic augmented-reality system based on electrical stimulation to convert sensed information into skin sensation.
Taking a holistic approach to epidermis-related skin sensation, the new Corneocare approach includes a range of ingredients that are intended to improve skin sensation and epidermal barrier functionality.
According to the company, this product harnesses the protective power of the rare Alpine edelweiss and allows formulation with a new level of protection for an ultimate skin sensation.
If a cosmetic emulsion is formulated exclusively on the basis of fast spreading emollients, the desired smooth, silky skin sensation fades away very quickly, and it is replaced shortly after by a waxy sensation on the skin which relates to the amount of non-spreading substances; e.
Orlane's Hypnotherapy costs a cool $520 and uses a Psychorepair complex of a neuropeptide and a neuroprotector to create a pleasant skin sensation and stop degeneration of the neural system.
In general, participants in the topiramate group experienced mild side-effects, including abnormal tingling skin sensations, taste distortions, anorexia, and difficulty concentrating.
Other frequent, but less acknowledged, symptoms include headaches, fatigue, depression, aggression, muscle tics, seizures, moodiness, irritability, intestinal complaints, fuzzy thinking, ringing in the ears, crawly skin sensations, irregular heart beat, and high blood pressure.
In clinical trials, the most common adverse reactions in patients taking dalfampridine included urinary tract infections, insomnia, dizziness, headache, nausea, weakness, back pain, balance disorder, swelling in the nose or throat, constipation, diarrhea, indigestion, throat pain, and skin sensations including burning, tingling, and itching.