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Real-Time Estimation of Human Skin Elasticity and Skin Hydration Measurement Using LPC 2148

Publication Date : 31/01/2015



Author(s) :

Akshay A. Ghorpade , Dr. V.A.Wankhede.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 1
(01 - 2015)



Abstract :

Furrowed skin and flaccid skin are closely related to both extent and excellence of collagen in the dermis. In urbanized countries skin aging plays a vital role therefore quantitative measurement of human skin elasticity is important [1]. Skin provides many functions critical to the human body such as regulation of body temperature and protection from water loss. The things of skin related to these functions, elasticity, hardness and hydration of skin are directly affected by chronological aging and photo-aging and vary among locations on the body. The ability to quantify this property is important so the aged status of skin can be characterized for patients and skin healing therapies can be evaluated. Therefore, the intention of this paper is to study the stretching and indentation resistance of skin at various rates and size scales. This result provides a deeper sympathetic of the favorable effect of moisturizers in treatment of dry skin conditions and challenges the view that moisturizers, like glycerol and urea [2], are advantageous for skin health by simply increasing the SC hydration.


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Real-Time Estimation of Human Skin Elasticity and Skin Hydration Measurement Using LPC 2148

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