Potential Use of Spin Traps to Control ROS in Antipollution Cosmetics—A Review
AbstractPollution from air and sunlight has adverse effects on human health, particularly skin health. It creates oxidative stress, which results in skin diseases, including skin cancer and aging. Different types of antioxidants are used as preventative actives in skin-care products. However, they have some limitations as they also scavenge oxygen. Recently, spin traps are being explored to trap free radicals before these radicals generating more free radicals (cascading effect) and not the oxygen molecules. However, not all spin traps can be used in the topical cosmetic skin-care products due to their toxicity and regulatory issues. The present review focuses on the different pathways of reactive oxygen species (ROS) generation due to pollution and the potential use of spin traps in anti-pollution cosmetics to control ROS. View Full-Text
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Sawant, P.D. Potential Use of Spin Traps to Control ROS in Antipollution Cosmetics—A Review. Cosmetics 2018, 5, 8.
Sawant PD. Potential Use of Spin Traps to Control ROS in Antipollution Cosmetics—A Review. Cosmetics. 2018; 5(1):8.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sawant, Prashant D. 2018. "Potential Use of Spin Traps to Control ROS in Antipollution Cosmetics—A Review." Cosmetics 5, no. 1: 8.