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There is not very much transport of ions or water through the upper layer of the skin, mainly responsible for that is the stratum corneum (SC). Through this layer you will get only with small lipids and also substances which are able to penetrate the lipid layer of the cells like chloroform or DMSO. I think therefore that it is pretty unlikely that you can ...


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I doubt it would be efficient. Your skin is a tight, water proof membrane designed to keep water and ions and other molecules inside while keeping the outside out. The molecules that are absorbed through the skin tend to be hydrophobic organic molecules. Ions, which any dissolved salt in water would become, do not easily pass through cellular membranes or ...



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