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HEALTH  New material temporarily tightens the skin.
A “second skin” polymer could also be used to protect dry skin and deliver drugs.

“It’s an invisible layer that can provide a barrier, provide cosmetic improvement, and potentially deliver a drug locally to the area that’s being treated. Those three things together could really make it ideal for use in humans.” Daniel Anderson

Uncover more information about this innovative “second skin”@ http://news.mit.edu/2016/polymer-temporarily-tightens-skin-drug-delivery-0509

 

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