Facial cleansing with a sonic brush-A review of the literature and current recommendations.

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Summary of "Facial cleansing with a sonic brush-A review of the literature and current recommendations."

Skin cleansing is important for removal of dirt, debris, and sebum and plays an important role in reduction of pollution-induced skin aging. Cleansing is an established part of treatment recommendations and procedures in dermatology. Different methods for facial skin cleansing are established but recommendations on use of special devices are not fully integrated into clinical practice.


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Name: Journal of cosmetic dermatology
ISSN: 1473-2165


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