Studying hydrating face mask mechanical effect

The use of beauty masks re-emerges as the need of well-being increased during the pandemic crisis. More than relaxing time and wellbeing, consumers expectations have changed too and there is a strong demand on the safety and the efficacy of cosmetic products.

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BioMeca® chose to determine the efficacy of a hydrating mask on ayoung skin to measure skin hydration and stiffness using atomic froce microscopy

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