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To date measuring the effect of dermocosmetic products on the main identified factors of aging and alteration of the skin barrier is based on invasive and expensive experiments. Electrochemistry enables to measure a specific signal for a substance of interest e.g. Vitamin C using an surface contact with an electrode. Therefore, this study will evaluate the reliability and feasibility of measurements of skin's hydration parameters such as NMF and squalene using electrochemistry. These study will be made on three groups of individuals with different skin types: dry skin i.e. atopic dermatitis patients, oily skin i.e. acne skin and a control group of individual without facial dermatosis. Collects of parameters of interest will be made by using patch using electrochemistry (contact with an electrode and potentiostat to detect an electric signal) . It is a simple method that relies on a sensor / electrode pair that allows a study of the surface molecules of the skin. Application in the measurement of vitamin C in food products has already been validated. On a second hand, a collect by chromatography of the parameters of interest will be carried out in order to compare the new method with the reference method. This procedure has been developed via a procedure including collecting surface parameters using a patch an developping special electrodes and miniaturized detecting signal tool (potentiostat)


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NCT number NCT05071456
Study type Interventional
Source Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris
Contact Tu Anh Duong, MD PhD
Phone 01 49 09 44 29
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date October 15, 2021
Completion date December 16, 2021

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