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December 7th, 2009
Skin Cream Secrets Revealed
If asked to describe how skin cream feels, you might use words like "smooth," "thick," or "greasy."
But for Ohio State University mechanical engineering professor Bharat Bhushan, these words aren't good enough. Using a special instrument, he has gleaned new understanding of how these creams interact with skin on the nanoscale, bringing a more quantitative measure to the smooth sensation.
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