Wrinkles clinical trials at UC Davis
2 research studies open to eligible people
Do you like almonds? Volunteer in a clinical study to understand the role of almonds in facial wrinkles!
open to eligible females ages 18-100
The investigator hypothesizes that regular consumption of almonds will 1) improve the facial wrinkle severity in post-menopausal women, 2) improve the evenness of facial skin pigmentation, 3) diversify the gut microbiome and increase the short chain fatty acids in the blood, and 4) improve the skin barrier biophysical properties.
open to eligible females ages 50-70
This study aims to investigate the effects on 16 weeks of mango intake on skin health in postmenopausal women. Half of the participants will receive 85g portions of mangoes while the other half receive 250g portions of mangos. Participants will be instructed to consume the specific portion 4 times a week, for a total duration of 16 weeks.