The effects of skin moisturizers using electrical impedance spectroscopy
Nguyen, Son Thanh (2016) The effects of skin moisturizers using electrical impedance spectroscopy. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Skin Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) is a method that involves the injection of an AC current into human tissue and measurement of the resulting voltage drop. By measuring the tissue over a range of frequencies, the impedance spectrum can then be used to detect changes in the underlying nature of the skin tissue. One potential application is in monitoring the effects of over the counter products such as skin moisturisers on human skin. This can be useful for cosmetics companies in new product development where users of the cosmetic product could use such a device in their own home.
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