A study to gain information how well dexpanthenol dermal spray helps the skin to recover after a peeling in the external genital area of women
In this study, researchers want to learn more about the effect of dexpanthenol dermal spray on skin recovery after a dermatological procedure (peeling) in the intimate area of women.
After the peeling, participants will return within 3 weeks for 4 visits to the study center to investigate the skin conditions such redness, irritation, softness and possible side effects. In addition, study participants will be asked about their general acceptance of dexpanthenol dermal spray.
- Phototypes I and II according to the Fitzpatrick scale; - Participants willing to have peeling in the genital area to improve the general appearance of the skin and bleaching of spots.
- Pathologies and/or skin injuries, such as psoriasis, sensitive skin, skin cancer, atopic dermatitis or other medical criteria to be considered at the time of evaluation - Hyperpigmentation in the test area that interfere with the evaluation of possible reactions (vascular malformations, scars, increase of pilosity and large amount of nevi) - Pathologies and/or active skin injuries (local and/or disseminated) in the evaluation area
Medcin Instituto da Pele
Sao Paulo, Brazil, 06023-070
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (+)1-888-84 22937
Safety Assessment, Instrumental and Perceived Efficacy 21 days of use at home – Bepantol Derma Spray® Dermal and Gynecological Acceptability Assessment.