Estos son algunos de mis libros, estudios, bases de datos y fuentes favoritos.

Segun vaya teniendo tiempo ire poniendo los demas, pero como son un monton he puesto solo los mas importantes y poco a poco ire colgando los demas, si antes no me he muerto del aburrimiento delante del ordenador escribiendo esta bibliografia. 

Mis libros de cabecera, son libros especializados y por tanto el precio es elevado. Contiene enlaces directos a Amazon: 

Skin Aging Handbook: An Integrated Approach to Biochemistry and Product Development (Personal Care and Cosmetic Technology)

Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice

Cosmeceuticals: Drugs vs. Cosmetics (Cosmetic Science and Technology)

Dermatologic, Cosmeceutic, and Cosmetic Development: Therapeutic and Novel Approaches: Absorption Efficacy and Toxicity: Volume 2

Cosmeceuticals and Active Cosmetics, Third Edition (Cosmetic Science and Technology Series)
Marine Cosmeceuticals: Trends and Prospects

    Libros que recomiendo: 
  • Cosmeceutical science in clinical practice, series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy
  • Ethnic Dermatology: Clinical Problems and Skin Pigmentation
  • Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Other Eicosanoids: From Biogenesis to Clinical Application
  • Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Dermatologie; W. Raab
  • Dermal Absorption and Toxicity Assessment edited by Michael S. Roberts
  • Nutritional Cosmetics: Beauty from Within
  • Giftplanzen und ihre Wirkstoffe; G. Habermehl, P. Ziemer
  • Bartram's Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine: The Definitive Guide to the Herbal Treatments of Diseases by Thomas Bartram
  • Cosmetica y Dermofarmacia; M. V. Fernandez Fernandez
  • Cosmeceuticals; Z. D. Draelos (MD) 
  • Handbook of Essential Oils: Science, Technology, and Applications,  Gerhard Buchbauer
  • Skin Care; S.C. Taylor (MD) 
  • Cosmetologia de Harry; J.B. Wilkinson, R.J. Moore 
  • The British Journal of Dermatology
  • The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD)
  • International Journal of Molecular Sciencies
  • TOXNET, Toxicology data network
  • Pubmed
  • NIH, National institutes of Health
  • The Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Bases de datos 
  • Codecheck
  • Stiftung Warentest
Estudios, aqui solo constan algunos:
  • Accquired hyperpigmentations; T. Ferreira, L. Pinheiro, J. Catucci
  • La enzima tirosinasa: 2 inhibidores de origen natural y sintetico; G.Casañola-Martin,Y. Marrero-Ponce, H Le-thi-thu, M. Tareq hassan khan, F. Torrens, A. Rescigno, C. abad
  • Mechanims regulating skin pigmentation: The rise and fall of complexion coloration; J. Ebanks, R.Randall Wicket, R. Boissy
  • An updated review of tyrosinase inhibitors; Te-Sheng Chang 
  • Cutaneous photodamage, oxidative stress and topical antioxidant protection; S. R.Pinnell
  • Hypopigmenting agents: an updated review on biological, chemical and clinical aspects; F. Solano, S. Briganti, M. Picardo, G. Ghanem
  • Pigmented Contact dermatitis secondary to Benzyl Salicylate; U. Alagappan, Yong-Kwang Tay, Su-Ping Regina Lim 
  • Reacciones de fotosensibilidad causadas por medicamentos: Fototoxicidad y Fotoalergia; Junta de Galicia
  • Skin phototoxicity of cosmetics formulations containing photounstable and photostable UV-filters and vitamin A palmitate; L.R. Gaspar, J.Tharmann, P. M.B.G. Maia Campos, M. Liebsch
  • Patch testing in suspected allergic contact dermatitis to cosmetics; P. Kumar, R. Paulose
  • Cosmetic contact sensitivity in patients with melasma: results of a pilot study; N.Prabha, V.K. Mahajan,K.S. Mehta,P.S. Chauhan, M.Gupta
  • Pigmented contact dermatitis and chemical depigmentation; H. Nakayama
  • Patch testing and histopathology in Thai patient with hyperpigmentation due to erythema dyschromicum perstans, lichen planus pigmentosus, and pigmented contact dermatitis; T. Tienthavorn, P. Tresukosol, P.Sudtikoonaseth 
  • Therapeutic effect of topical application of linoleic acid and lincomycin in combination with betamethasone valerate in melasma patients.; M. Lee, H. Kim,D. Ha, J. Paik, H. Kim
  • Patch testing in suspected allergic contact dermatitis to cosmetics; P. Kumar, R. Paulose. 
  • Cosmeticos para pieles sensibles; J. M. Carbajo
  • Fototipos cutaneos; D. Martin, A. del Pozo
  • Cosmeceuticals, an evolution; J. Padma Preetha, K. Karthika
  • The role of cosmeceutical compounds in dermatologic disease states; J.L. McConaha
  • Cosmeceutical agents: A comprehensive review of the literature; T.C. Tsai, B. Hantash
  • Cosmeceuticals for hyperpigmentation: What is avalaible?; R. Sarkar, P.Arora,K.V. Garg
  • Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation; R. A. Schwartz, D. M. Elston
  • Skin whitening effect of linoleic acid is enhanced by liposomal formulations; Y. Shigeta, H. Imanaka, H. Ando, A. Ryu, N. Oku, N. Baba, T. Makino
  • Alcohol: effects on neurobehavioral functions and the brain; Oscar-Berman M1, Marinković K.
  • Interaction between alcohol and exercise: physiological and haematological implications; El-Sayed MS1, Ali NEl-Sayed Ali Z.
  • Overview: how is alcohol metabolized by the body?; Zakhari S.
  • Self-reported hand hygiene practices, and feasibility and acceptability of alcohol-based hand rubs among village healthcare workers in Inner Mongolia, China;Li Y1, Wang Y2, Yan D2, Rao CY3.
  • Effect of the hand antiseptic agents benzalkonium chloride, povidone-iodine, ethanol, and chlorhexidine gluconate on atopic dermatitis in NC/Nga mice.Sadakane K1, Ichinose T1.
  • Final report of the safety assessment of Alcohol Denat., including SD Alcohol 3-A, SD Alcohol 30, SD Alcohol 39, SD Alcohol 39-B, SD Alcohol 39-C, SD Alcohol 40, SD Alcohol 40-B, and SD Alcohol 40-C, and the denaturants, Quassin, Brucine Sulfate/Brucine, and Denatonium Benzoate.Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel
  • Double-blind, half-face study comparing topical vitamin C and vehicle for rejuvenation of photodamage.Fitzpatrick RE1, Rostan EF.
  • Topical ascorbic acid on photoaged skin. Clinical, topographical and ultrastructural evaluation: double-blind study vs. placebo.
  • Humbert PG1, Haftek M, Creidi P, Lapière C, Nusgens B, Richard A, Schmitt D, Rougier A, Zahouani H.
  • Topically applied vitamin C increases the density of dermal papillae in aged human skin Kirsten Sauermann*, Sören Jaspers, Urte Koop and Horst Wenck
  • Vitamin C in dermatology, Pumori Saokar Telang
  • Acquired hyperpigmentationsTania Ferreira Cestari  , Lia Pinheiro Dantas , Juliana Catucci Boza
  • Melasma update, Rashmi SarkarPooja Arora, Vijay Kumar GargSidharth Sonthalia,and Narendra Gokhale
  •  Melasma: a clinical and epidemiological review.Handel ACMiot LDMiot HA.
  • Etiopathogenesis of melasma, Sidharth Sonthalia, Rashmi Sarkar
  • The role of cosmeceuticals in antiaging therapy j. k. rivers, md, frcpc department of dermatology and skin science, university of british columbia, vancouver, bc pacific dermaesthetics, vancouver, bc
  • Vitamina C, vitamina E y otros antioxidante de origen alimentario. Maria del carmen ramirez tortosa y jose luis quiles morales.
  • New Aspects of Melasma,Katerina DAMEVSKA1*,1University Clinic of Dermatology, Medical faculty, Ss Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia.
  • Melasma:Consenso del Grupo Mexicano para el Estudio de los Trastornos Pigmentarios,Dra. Ivonne Arellano-Mendoza,Ivonne Arellano-Mendoza1,Isabel Arias-Gómez2,José Fernando Barba-Gómez3*,Aurora lizondo-Rodríguez2,Alejandro García-Vargas3,Everardo Garza-Buentello4,Laura Juárez-Navarrete5,Gladys León-Dorantes1,Magdalena López-Ibarra6**,Patricia Mercadillo-Pérez1**,Heidi Muñoz-Hink7,Jorge Ocampo-Candiani8**,Yolanda Ortiz-Becerra7**,Nancy Podoswa-Ozerkovsky9,María Eugenia Ríos-Ávila10,Marco Antonio Rodríguez-Castellanos3
  • Melasma physiopathology Patricia Mercadillo Pérez*, Luis Miguel Moreno López**
  • Melasma: A comprehensive update Part I, Vaneeta M. Sheth, MD,a and Amit G. Pandya, MDb. Boston, Massachusetts, and Dallas, Texas
  • Melasma Update H. Young Kanga and J.-P. Ortonneba, Department of Dermatology. Ajou University School of Medicine. Suwon. Korea. Department of Dermatology. Archet-2 Hospital. Nice. France.
  • Melasma in Latina patients: Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of a quality-of-life questionnaire in Spanish language Arturo R. Dominguez, MD,a Rajesh Balkrishnan, PhD,b Allison R. Ellzey, BS,c and Amit G. Pandya, MDc, Seattle, Washington; Columbus, Ohio; and Dallas, Texas
  • The treatment of melasma: A review of clinical trials ,Aditya K. Gupta, MD, PhD, MBA/HCM, FRCP (C),a,b Melissa D. Gover, BSc,b Keyvan Nouri, MD,c and Susan Taylor, MDd,Toronto and London, Ontario, Canada; Miami, Florida;and New York, New York
  • Pigmentation disorders: hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation, Electra Nicolaidou, MD, PhD, Andreas D. Katsambas, MD, PhD 1st Department of Dermatology, University of Athens School of Medicine, “Andreas Sygros” Hospital,5 I. Dragoumi str, GR-16121, Athens, Greece
  • Compounding as a Current Therapeutic Option in Dermatology M. Sánchez-Rega˜na,a,F. Llambí-Mateos,bM. Salleras-Redonnet,aM. Iglesias Sancho,aH. Collgros Totosaus,aP. Umbert-MilletaaServicio de Dermatología, Hospital Universitari Sagrat Cor, Barcelona, SpainbProfesor UT Galénica, Facultad de Farmacia, Universidad de Barcelona, Presidente de APROFARM, Barcelona, Spain
  • Contributions to senescence: non-enzymatic glycosylation of proteins.Sullivan R1.
  • The essential mechanisms of aging: Irreparable damage accumulation of biochemical side-reactions.Yin D1, Chen K.
  • La glicosilación no enzimática: una vía común en la diabetes y el envejecimiento.Emilia N. Cohen Sabban Servicio de Dermatología. Instituto de Investigaciones Médicas A. Lanari.
  • Advanced glycation end products.Key players in skin aging? Paraskevi Gkogkolou and Markus Böhm*
  • Collagen glycation and skin aging Schmid Daniel, Muggli Reto and Zülli Fred, Mibelle AG Cosmetics
  • La glucosilación no enzimática de proteínas. Mecanismo y papel de la reacción en la diabetes y el envejecimiento. © F. Luis González Flecha, Pablo R. Castello, Juan J. Gagliardino y Juan Pablo F.C. Rossi 2000
  • Glicosilacion no enzimática de proteínas. Cheyla Romay y Carlos Pascual, departamento de Bioquímica Clínica, Dirección de diagnóstico y evaluación de medicamentos, CENIC, Cuba 
  • Psychological stress and epidermal barrier function.Orion E1, Wolf R.
  • Cosmeceutical agents: a comprehensive review of the literaturetsai, thomas c; hantash, basil m. clinical medicine. dermatology (2008).
  • Glicosilacion no enzimática de proteínas. Cheyla Romay y Carlos Pascual, departamento de Bioquímica Clínica, Dirección de diagnóstico y evaluación de medicamentos, CENIC, Cuba 
  • Detergent and skin irritation. Isaak Effendy, MD, Howard I. Maibach, MD
  • Effect of sodium lauryl sulfate-induced skin irritation on in vitro percutaneous absorption of four drugs.Wilhelm KP1, Surber CMaibach HI.
  • The effects of detergents on hydration and skin surface lipids.Thune P1.
  • Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) induced irritant contact dermatitis: a correlation study between ceramides and in vivo parameters of irritation.di Nardo A1, Sugino KWertz PAdemola JMaibach HI.
  • Soaps and detergents in skin diseases.Hannuksela A1, Hannuksela M.
  • Sodium lauryl sulfate-induced irritant contact dermatitis in vulvar and forearm skin of premenopausal and postmenopausal women.Elsner P1, Wilhelm DMaibach HI.
  • The effect of dryness on the skin.Donald Rudikoff, MD
  • Dry skin and moisturizers.Timothy Corcoran Flynn, MD James Petros, BS, Robert E Clark, MD, PhD, Greg E Viehman, MD
  • Effect of moisturizers on epidermal barrier function.Lodén M1.
  • Structure and function of the epidermis related to barrier properties.Clin. Dermatol.Clin Dermatol 2012 May-Jun;30(3):257-62Adone BaroniElisabetta BuomminoVincenza De GregorioEleonora Ruocco,Vincenzo RuoccoRonni Wolf
  • The effect of detergents on skin pH and its consequences.Korting HC1, Braun-Falco O.
  • Regulation of permeability barrier homeostasis. Feingold KR1, Denda M.
  • New treatments for restoring impaired epidermal barrier permeability: skin barrier repair creams.Draelos ZD1.
  • Effect of soaps and detergents on epidermal barrier function.Wolf R1, Parish LC.
  • Chemistry of soaps and detergents: various types of commercial products and their ingredients.Friedman M1, Wolf R. 
  • Nicotinic acid/niacinamide and the skin. Gehring W1.  
  •  How Much Do We Really Know About Our Favorite Cosmeceutical Ingredients? Jacquelyn Levin, DO; James Q. Del Rosso, DO, FAOCD; Saira B. Momin, DO 

  • Niacinamide: A B vitamin that improves aging facial skin appearance.Bissett DL1, Oblong JE, Berge CA. 

  • Niacinamide-containing facial moisturizer improves skin barrier and benefits subjects with rosacea. Draelos ZD1, Ertel K, Berge C.