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The emerging potential of cold atmospheric plasma in skin biology

Abstract : The maintenance of skin integrity is crucial to ensure the physiological barrier against exogenous compounds, microorganisms and dehydration but also to fulfill social and aesthetic purposes. Besides the development of new actives intended to enter a formulation, innovative technologies based on physical principles have been proposed in the last years. Among them, Cold Atmospheric Plasma (CAP) technology, which already showed interesting results in dermatology, is currently being studied for its potential in skin treatments and cares. CAP bio-medical studies gather several different expertise ranging from physics to biology through chemistry and biochemistry, making this topic hard to pin. In this review we provide a broad survey of the interactions between CAP and skin. In the first section, we tried to give some fundamentals on skin structure and physiology, related to its essential functions, together with the main bases on cold plasma and its physicochemical properties. In the following parts we dissected and analyzed each CAP parameter to highlight the already known and the possible effects they can play on skin. This overview aims to get an idea of the potential of cold atmospheric plasma technology in skin biology for the future developments of dermo-cosmetic treatments, for example in aging prevention.
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Giovanni Busco, Eric Robert, Nadira Chettouh-Hammas, Jean-Michel Pouvesle, Catherine Grillon. The emerging potential of cold atmospheric plasma in skin biology. Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Elsevier, 2020, 161, pp.290-304. ⟨10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2020.10.004⟩. ⟨hal-02967060⟩

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