Household Bleach Prevents Skin Damage From Inflammation

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Subject to disclaimers. Photograph of typical, mild dermatitis.. Subject to disclaimers. Thomas Leung , an instructor in dermatology at Stanford and a pediatric dermatologist at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, and Dr. Seung Kim , professor of developmental biology and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute , presented new evidence of the effect and chemistry involved in the minimization of skin inflammation produced by household bleach in the Nov. 15, 2013, issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation . Household bleach ( sodium hypochlorite ) has been used for decades as a means to treat moderate to severe eczema in humans. The researchers examined a more complex action of the bleach molecules than the previously accepted idea that bleach had a totally antimicrobial function. The scientists found that household bleach prevents the initiation of an inflammatory immune response by a molecule called nuclear factor kappa-light-chain-enhancer of activated B cells ( NF-kB ). The inflammatory response is a natural body reaction to infection but the associated inflammation can be harmful. The researchers tested a 0.005 percent sodium hypochlorite solution on mice that had been exposed to radiation like the radiation used in cancer therapy and had developed severe dermatitis The bleach prevented the NF-kB from being turned on. The effect lasted only twenty-four hours. The new treatment is reversible. The next step is testing of the discovery in people who are undergoing radiation therapy and have developed inflammatory dermatitis due to the effect of radiation on healthy cells.

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