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Ethosomes are soft, malleable vesicles and potential carrier for transportation of drugs. Ethosomes are characterized by simplicity in their preparation, safety and efficacy and can be tailored for enhanced skin permeation of active drugs. Ethosomes have been found to be much more efficient at delivering drug to the skin, than either liposomes or hydro alcoholic solution. Ethosomes have been tested to encapsulate hydrophilic drugs, cationic drugs, proteins and peptides. Ethosomal carrier opens new challenges and opportunities for the development of novel improved therapies.
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