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Their partition between the corneocytes and the lipids as well as their influence on the water/lipid interaction is treated in a later publication. This information may initially appear to limit the value of the present contribution or even make its use highly doubtful. However, a conclusion to that effect must be considered premature. The interaction between the purely liquid part and water is, of course, an essential property and in this article used as a gague to evaluate the influence of exchanging the cerami des with lecithin.