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Anti-Inflammatory Effects on Skin Health

Discover the impact of herbal extracts on skin health as Prof Lee delves into anti-inflammatory effects

Prof Lee discusses the potential anti-inflammatory effects of herbal extracts on the skin, particularly focusing on the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous layers.

Emphasizing the importance of collagen and elastin, she links their degradation to aging and wrinkles. In traditional Chinese culture, light skin is considered beautiful, motivating the development of herbal medicines for skin care.

Prof Lee also highlights factors contributing to skin aging, including biological, chemical, and UV radiation influences. The study aims to explore if herbal remedies can counteract these effects.

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