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Noninvasive monitoring of plant-based formulations on skin barrier properties in infants with dryskin and risk for atopic dermatitis Dryskin and the associated impaired epidermal barrier function are postulated to constitute a major element in the development of atopic dermatitis.The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of two plant-based formulations on the epidermal barrier function in a defined cohort of infants with a predisposition for atopic dermatitis.Over a period of 16 weeks (...) , 25 infants who were ages 3 to 12 months and had an atopic predisposition and dryskin received two emollients that contained pressed juice of the ice plant. The infants received both cream and lotion on the forearm, only cream on the face, and only lotion on the leg. Stratum corneum hydration (SCH), transepidermal water loss (TEWL), skin surface pH, and sebum were assessed on the infants' forehead, leg, and forearm. The Scoring Atopic Dermatitis (SCORAD) index was used for the clinical