Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology

OCT 2017

An evidence-based, peer-reviewed journal for practicing clinicians in the field of dermatology

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16 JCAD joURnAL oF CLiniCAL And AesTHeTiC deRMAToLogy October 2017 • Volume 10 • Number 10 O R I G I N a L R E S E a R C H petrolatum following facial CO 2 laser resurfacing: a bilateral comparison. Dermatol Surg. 2001;27(5): 449–451. 7. Goldman MP, Roberts TL 3rd, Skover G, et al. Optimizing wound healing in the face after laser abrasion. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2002;46(3):399–407. 8. boussetta T, Raad H, Lettéron P, et al. Punicic acid a conjugated linolenic acid inhibits TNFalpha-induced neutrophil hyperactivation and protects from experimental colon inVammation in rats. PLoS One. 2009;4(7): e6458. 9. Costantini S, Rusolo F1, De Vito V, et al. Potential anti-inVammatory eSects of the hydrophilic fraction of pomegranate (Punica FigURes 4A–F. before and after ablative laser resurfacing of the face. Note the significant improvements in wrinkling, elastosis, skin texture, and skin tone. Photographs are representative of day 30 post-treatment. a,b,C) 1% dimethicone ointment D,E,F) Topical CLa. A b A C d e F b C d FigURes 3A–d. blinded investigator evaluation of wrinkling and elastosis; highly significant improvements detected in both wrinkling and elastosis at Days 14 and 30 post-procedure in the test group and at Day 30 post-procedure in the control groupl all data represented as mean ± standard deviation

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