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Vivian Li, Speaker at Dermatology Conferences
Nuvance Health Vassar Brothers Medical Center, United States
Title : Nano moisture marvels: Hyaluronic acid delivery via lipid carriers for skin hydration supercharge


The integration of nanotechnology into dermatology holds immense promise for advancing targeted drug delivery systems and optimizing topical formulations for enhanced skin hydration. One notable example is the utilization of nanostructured lipid carriers (NLCs) for delivering hyaluronic acid (HA) to the skin. This approach enables precise control over HA release kinetics, enhancing its penetration into the deeper skin layers and prolonging its moisturizing effects. Current research indicates that HA-loaded NLCs exhibit superior hydration efficacy compared to conventional formulations, offering potential therapeutic benefits for various dermatological conditions characterized by skin dryness and impaired barrier function. Future research endeavors should focus on refining NLC formulations to maximize HA bioavailability, investigating their compatibility with different skin types and pathologies, and exploring synergistic combinations with other active ingredients for enhanced therapeutic outcomes. Additionally, understanding the mechanisms underlying NLC-mediated skin hydration and evaluating long-term safety profiles are imperative for advancing the clinical translation of this innovative nanotechnology-based approach in dermatology. Integration of advanced imaging techniques and computational modeling could provide valuable insights into the dynamics of NLCs in the skin microenvironment, guiding the development of tailored strategies for personalized skincare regimens and addressing unmet clinical needs in dermatological practice.