Carrier-Mediated Dermal Delivery Applications in the Prevention and Treatment of Skin Disorders Ebook PDF download
Carrier-Mediated Dermal Delivery Applications in the Prevention and Treatment of Skin Disorders Ebook PDF download We are honored to present to the readers the book entitled
Carrier-Mediated Dermal Delivery:
Applications in the Prevention and Treatment of Skin Disorders, which is based on the systematic revision of the most recent findings. This book contains severalcontributions on new approaches for the management of skin aging and photocarcinogenesis and topical formulations based on
nanocarrier systems for skin disorders. These chapters discuss the structure and skin morphology in detail.
Cosmeceuticals, laser and photodynamic therapy, and melatonin-based treatments are presented as important strategies for photoaging management. Photodynamic therapy and melatonin can be also used in the context of photocarcinogenesis. Therefore, the inclusion of this strong antioxidant in sunscreen products could be a promising approach. The book discusses the safety and efficacy of sunscreen products as well.
Topical formulations, including emulsions (conventionalformulations and emulsions stabilized by solid particles), nail films, and nanocarriers used for different actives delivery, are reviewed concerning certain skin and nail diseases context (e.g.,
acne, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, fungal diseases, leishmaniasis, skin cancer). Finally, several nanocarriers are introduced, such as lipid vesicles (from the first generation of conventional liposomes until the more recent deformable vesicles), liquid crystalline
nanodispersions, and gelatin and solid lipid nanoparticles.
Their composition, formulation process, characterization, and examples
of topical applications are discussed in detail for each system.
Carrier-Mediated Dermal Delivery Applications in the Prevention and Treatment of Skin Disorders Ebook PDF download In fact, these nanocarrier systems can be useful as topical and/or
transdermal delivery systems attending to a higher skin penetration
and permeation profiles, besides contributing to improving
technological drawbacks (e.g., formulation stability) and increasing
the therapeutic index.