1965
DOI: 10.1002/jps.2600540602
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Some Aspects of Toiletries Technology

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“…Although the effect of the commonly used antiperspirant active ACH is, in the published knowledge, ascribed to its plug formation in the eSG duct and resulting blockage of sweat secretion [36–40], some early studies investigating the mechanism of action of ACH postulate the site of action to lie below the superficial skin layer outreaching the physical blockage of the gland [41,42]. Our in vitro screening results strongly support the latter hypothesis and show ACH to influence the ion equilibrium in eSG cells.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 77%
“…Although the effect of the commonly used antiperspirant active ACH is, in the published knowledge, ascribed to its plug formation in the eSG duct and resulting blockage of sweat secretion [36–40], some early studies investigating the mechanism of action of ACH postulate the site of action to lie below the superficial skin layer outreaching the physical blockage of the gland [41,42]. Our in vitro screening results strongly support the latter hypothesis and show ACH to influence the ion equilibrium in eSG cells.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 77%
“…Antiperspirant activity has been elicited primarily by the topical application of multivalent metals in ionic form (38). Antiperspirant activity has been elicited primarily by the topical application of multivalent metals in ionic form (38).…”
Section: Figure 4-comparatiue Permeability Of Aspirin (Curue 3 ) Mementioning
confidence: 99%