Are oxygenated beauty product claims full of hot air?

01/16/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Moisturizers, cleansers and other beauty products increasingly contain oxygen, which manufacturers claim rejuvenate skin. Some dermatologists are skeptical that the products can work as promised. "There's no scientific evidence that oxygen can penetrate the skin or that it can stay in the product," dermatologist Bruce Katz said.

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