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The stratum corneum (SC), the most superficial layer of the skin, is directly responsible for the skin's barrier function. The intercellular lipids in the SC play an important role in the regulation of the skin's water-holding capacity. The modification of the intercellular lipid organization and composition may impair these properties. The aim of the present study is to describe a new in vitro approach of the repairing capacity evaluation of lipid formulations on skin with the use ofdoi:10.3390/cosmetics3020015 fatcat:vs4g3jtflzewvcdj25m7ebioji