Models to Study the Effect on Environmental Particulate Pollution on Skin In Vitro

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A 2016 study summary from the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (vol 74, no 5, p.AB34) linking external pollutants to long term increased skin damage.

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The skin is exposed on a daily basis to UV radiation and environmental pollution such as volatile organic compounds, cigarette smoke, ozone, and particulate matter (PM). Major effects on human skin have been linked with air pollution, and more particularly with PM.

Repetitive and prolonged exposure to environmental particulate pollution acts synergistically with UV exposure to exert negative consequences on skin… This potentially can lead to increased visible photodamage and skin aging, allergic and inflammatory conditions, and even skin cancers.


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