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logo Allégations anti-pollution (2/2) : essais in-vitro et ex-vivo

Allégations anti-pollution (2/2) : essais in-vitro et ex-vivo

Publication of :2023-01-24

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Le stress induit par la pollution peut augmenter la formation de produits glyqués dans les différentes couches de la peau. Il produit les produits finaux de glycation avancée (AGE). Ces AGE affectent la qualité de la matrice extracellulaire en détruisant le collagène. Le stress chronique induit par les polluants externes altère l'intégrité de la barrière cutanée et génère divers troubles cutanés : sensibilité, pigmentation, dermatite, etc.

logo Allégations anti-pollution (1/2) : Quels tests cliniques ?

Allégations anti-pollution (1/2) : Quels tests cliniques ?

Publication of :2023-01-10

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L'un des effets de la pollution atmosphérique sur la peau - combinée à l'ozone, aux rayons UV et à la lumière bleue - est la génération de radicaux libres et de réactions inflammatoires consécutives à long terme. Le stress oxydatif provoque généralement une diminution de la protection antioxydante naturelle et réduit finalement les performances de la barrière cutanée, entraînant des dommages cutanés tels que le vieillissement, les taches et la sensibilité, en raison de multiples troubles dans la couche cornée, l'épiderme et le derme (dommages à l'ADN, carbonylation des protéines, altération enzymatique, médiateurs de l'inflammation, oxydation, etc.)

logo Skinobs publishes the synthesis of a new market study on clinical tests for the beauty industry

Skinobs publishes the synthesis of a new market study on clinical tests for the beauty industry

Publication of :2022-09-20

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During the first half of 2022, Skinobs conducted an international study on the clinical testing market for the beauty industry and is publishing a summary of this study. The study concerns the development of skin, hair, scalp and nail care products. It deals with efficacy, safety and tolerance measurements, consumer testing and sensory analysis. The summary of the study is available online.

logo Menopause: taking into account the hormonal evolution of women for cosmetics

Menopause: taking into account the hormonal evolution of women for cosmetics

Publication of :2022-06-30

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Anne Charpentier, founder of Skinobs, a company that publishes technical platforms dedicated to in vitro and ex-vivo tests, sheds light on the clinical evaluation of signs of aging correlated to hormonal changes, and to menopause in particular.

logo Free webinar: Global clinical testing market survey

Free webinar: Global clinical testing market survey

Publication of :2022-06-15

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Skinobs invites cosmeticians to attend the free webinar dedicated to the presentation of the survey carried out on the global market for clinical testing in cosmetics: on Thursday, June 16., 2022 from 3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Paris time).

logo How testing innovation is meeting beauty trends

How testing innovation is meeting beauty trends

Publication of :2022-06-14

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Anne Charpentier of Skinobs explores the evolution of active ingredient testing in the personal care sector, and takes a close look at current trends For many years now, every cosmetic product launched on markets around the world has been validated for its safety and efficacy in accordance with the cosmetic regulations of each country. Product performance is changing along with consumer expectations, shopping habits, beauty routines and lifestyles.

logo Evaluation of cosmetics for sensitive skin in vivo

Evaluation of cosmetics for sensitive skin in vivo

Publication of :2022-05-30

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Why do cosmetic products for sensitive skin need to be tested in vivo? What regulatory requirements must be met? How to recruit volunteers? What types of tests should be performed? During the Cosmetotest symposium, organized on May 24 and 25 by Skinobs and Cosmet'in Lyon, Anne Sirvent, from Eurofins Cosmetics & Personal Care, gave a complete overview of the issue.

logo Claims: The most searched cosmetic tests on Skinobs in 2020

Claims: The most searched cosmetic tests on Skinobs in 2020

Publication of :2022-05-07

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Skinobs , the platform for researching laboratories, tests and methods to support the claims or cosmetic products, has extracted the main trends in cosmetic claims from its database searches. the main trends in cosmetic claims.

logo Webinar: Skin Moisture Assessment

Webinar: Skin Moisture Assessment

Publication of :2022-05-01

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On Thursday, May 12, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. PT, Skinobs invites cosmeticians to attend a free Focus-Live webinar dedicated to skin hydration assessment.

logo How to prove pro-ageing claims in vivo?

How to prove pro-ageing claims in vivo?

Publication of :2022-04-20

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Claims of personal care evolve following trends and various innovations in the field of the active ingredient development, the finished product formulation and the way both are evaluated, demonstrating their performance. Since the mid-2010s, the cosmetics industry has been gradually leaving the era of anti-ageing behind. Today, most consumers are more in the mood for a “well ageing”, “slow ageing” or “pro-ageing” approach.

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Skinobs will host the "Boost your test" stand at in-cosmetics Global

Publication of :2022-03-11

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Skinobs invites skincare creators and ingredient manufacturers to the Boost your test booth (#Q108), organized in collaboration with in-cosmetics Global and with the support of PHD Trials, QACS and Monasterium, in the heart of the Testing & Lab area. The objective is to guide all visitors to the show in their evaluation process and to advise them regardless of the type of preclinical test in vitro or ex-vivo (stability, safety, container-content), or clinical (tolerance, efficacy, sensory analysis or consumer tests ...), and whatever the classic or innovative claims to be evaluated.

logo Challenges in ­evaluating sunscreens

Challenges in ­evaluating sunscreens

Publication of :2022-03-11

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The sun protection objectivation subject represents a complex issue between in silico, in vitro, in vivo and hybrid methods at least as important as the challenge of the formulation itself. Anne Charpentier explains different methods with their advantages and disadvantages. First, it is interesting to consider what criteria mainly influence the performance of UV protection products: composition, repartition, photostability, absorbance and distribution of the inorganic and organic filters, galenic (spray, compact powder, oil, cream…), properties to form a stable, homogeneous, and resistant film, pleasant to apply.

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Skinobs will host the "Boost your test" booth at in-cosmetics Global

Publication of :2022-02-22

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Skinobs will meet skincare creators and ingredient manufacturers at the Boost your test booth (#Q108), organized in collaboration with in-cosmetics Global and with the support of PHD Trials, QACS and Monasterium, in the heart of the Testing & Lab area.

logo Consumer tests: From product evaluation to performance assessment

Consumer tests: From product evaluation to performance assessment

Publication of :2022-02-01

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Traditional methods of consumer tests have been applied to the testing of personal care products since many years. Difference and descriptive tests on odours, perfumes, textures, cosmetics tolerance, or efficacy generate subjective information that is very useful to the formulators, R&D managers, marketing, and regulatory affairs team. Untrained panels with experienced uses of personal care are known to be capable of detecting differences of various skin, hair, or nail products attributes under controlled laboratory conditions or in a home use situation after a single use or a treatment.

logo Preclinical and clinical tests: a booming sector, which teaches and influences the cosmetics industry

Preclinical and clinical tests: a booming sector, which teaches and influences the cosmetics industry

Publication of :2022-01-14

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The Cosmetotest symposium, dedicated to preclinical and clinical tests in the dermocosmetics industry, will be held on May 24-25, 2022, at ENS-Lyon. It is organized by SKINOBS and Cosmet-in Lyon in partnership with the SFI2C and the DIIP, and the support of the AURA-Region and CosmeBooste Project. It is intended for cosmeticians from France and elsewhere. Anne Charpentier, founder of SKINOBS, explains the genesis of this symposium and highlights the news of this still little-known, yet dynamic and agile sector of activity, which is a key marker of the cosmetics industry.

logo Preclinical and clinical tests: a booming sector, a marker of the cosmetics industry

Preclinical and clinical tests: a booming sector, a marker of the cosmetics industry

Publication of :2022-01-13

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The Cosmetotest symposium, dedicated to preclinical and clinical testing in the dermocosmetic industry, will be held on May 24 and 25, 2022, at ENS-Lyon. Organized by Cosmet'iIn Lyon and SKINOBS, in partnership with SFI2C and DIIP and with the support of the AURA region and the CosmeBooste project, it is aimed at cosmeticians from France and around the world. Anne Charpentier, founder of SKINOBS, explains the genesis of this event and sheds light on the current state of this sector of activity sector of activity, which is still unknown, yet dynamic and agile. A key marker of the cosmetics industry.

logo The scientific evaluation of emotions

The scientific evaluation of emotions

Publication of :2021-12-07

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The study of emotions has won over cosmetics for a few years now with first the evaluation of well-being by quality-of-life questionnaires and self-evaluations of consumer tests. Since the 2010s, with the contribution of neuroscience and new technologies, it has been a question of scientifically and dynamically evaluating the psychic and physiological influence of emotions associated with the application of a cosmetic product and consequently the actions that result from it. Emotions, complex physical and instinctive phenomena, cause unconscious bodily signals that can be instantly and objectively measured.

logo Cosmetotest: A symposium dedicated to preclinical and clinical tests

Cosmetotest: A symposium dedicated to preclinical and clinical tests

Publication of :2021-11-10

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Organised by Cosmet’In Lyon and Skinobs, the Cosmetotest symposium will be held on 27 and 28 of January 2022, in Lyon, France. The symposium will provide cosmeticians with the possibility to attend academic lectures, to interact with other participants. The event will also be an opportunity to meet test partners, exhibitors, CROs or instrumentation manufacturers, and to participate in demonstrations of devices carried out by exhibitors

logo How to evaluate the performance of actives and cosmetics on the biomechanical properties of the skin?

How to evaluate the performance of actives and cosmetics on the biomechanical properties of the skin?

Publication of :2021-11-05

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In-vivo objectification of the firmness and tonicity of the skin. Personal care products offering an efficacy on the skin biomechanical properties are often linked to anti-aging claim category. These products are associated to various functionalities such as, lifting, firming, remodeling, plumping, resculpting, restructuring or tonic. The firmness and the tonicity are skin attribute that are constantly impacted by the exposome (concept developed by Dr. Jean Krutman in 2016) and all the non-genetic factors that influence skin ageing.

logo The effectiveness of cosmetics on the firmness and tone of the skin

The effectiveness of cosmetics on the firmness and tone of the skin

Publication of :2021-11-01

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Various in vivo and in vitro objectivation methods are available today to evaluate the performance of skin care products and ingredients on the biomechanical properties of the skin. Overview of the solutions listed by Skinobs.

logo Skin microbiota and claims substantiation

Skin microbiota and claims substantiation

Publication of :2021-10-21

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Rebalance, activate, protect… the microbiota: what claims can be used for a cosmetic product and how can they be objectified? Anne Charpentier, CEO of Skinobs, reviews the complexity of the skin microbiota, the claims that can be linked to it and their objectification by the evaluation of the activity of cosmetics through the different methods available.

logo Skin microbiota and objectification of claims

Skin microbiota and objectification of claims

Publication of :2021-10-21

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Rebalance, activate, protect... the microbiota: what claims can be used for a cosmetic product and how can they be objectified? cosmetic product and how to objectify them? Anne Charpentier, CEO of Skinobs, reviews the complexity of the microbiota, the claims that can be linked to it and their objectification through the evaluation of the activity of cosmetics through the different methods available.

logo Skinobs has added a new filter to its Clinical Testing platform filter to search by device name

Skinobs has added a new filter to its Clinical Testing platform filter to search by device name

Publication of :2021-10-13

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The "device" expert filter completes the advanced search functionalities of Skinobs' Clinical Testing platform dedicated to human testing, tolerance testing, biometrological testing, consumer testing or sensory analysis. This new filter is in addition to the existing filters that allow cosmeticians and clinical evaluators to search for test methods or laboratories worldwide.

logo Substantiate your Claims: A Worldwide Overview of the Testing Labs

Substantiate your Claims: A Worldwide Overview of the Testing Labs

Publication of :2021-09-09

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In 5 years, Skinobs has become the reference platforms for the sourcing of preclinical and clinical tests in cosmetics: a glance at the key claims. Since February 2016, Skinobs facilitates the activity of cosmeticians by allowing them to identify and contact the most qualified laboratories, quickly and free of charge, to carry out their preclinical and clinical tests, thanks to 2 friendly platforms, with menu and filters.

logo Skinobs' five years!

Skinobs' five years!

Publication of :2021-07-01

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The sourcing platform for clinical and preclinical tests - the second part having been launched in June 2020 - which also offers a news feed, is celebrating its fifth anniversary.

logo Discover the Skin Condition

Discover the Skin Condition

Publication of :2021-06-07

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In the last few months there has been a strong desire for cosmetic products that should not only care for the skin, but also increase well-being. Anne Charpentier explains how the demands have changed in 2020 and how their effects on well-being can be measured.

logo The objectification of maskne and acne blemish claims

The objectification of maskne and acne blemish claims

Publication of :2021-06-02

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Skin imperfections classically cover a wide range of visible alterations of the skin, caused by a variety of causes. And today, the wearing of the mask, which sometimes takes several hours a day, is becoming a new parameter to be taken into account in their evaluation. Classifying the claims related to skin imperfections in this context is therefore anything but simple! Anne Charpentier, Founder and CEO of Skinobs, explains.

logo How to Evaluate Sensitive Skin?

How to Evaluate Sensitive Skin?

Publication of :2021-06-01

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The skin plays multiple roles of protection, perception, immunity, regulation or blood and lymphatic reservoir for the whole body. Thanks to several mechanical, chemical or biological (sebum, biofilm …) reactions, the skin ensures its integrity according to the various endogenous or exogenous environmental variations. Today, the increase in the fragile phenomena of skin is a major issue in the development of the dermocosmetics.

logo Hydration is the most sought-after claim

Hydration is the most sought-after claim

Publication of :2021-05-18

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Skinobs' platforms help cosmeticians, R&D managers, formulators, marketers or regulatory affairs managers to find, worldwide, recognized testing providers and relevant methods to support the claims of actives or finished products.

logo Claims: Most searched cosmetic tests on Skinobs in 2020

Claims: Most searched cosmetic tests on Skinobs in 2020

Publication of :2021-05-07

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Skinobs, the search platform dedicated to tests providers and relevant methods to support cosmetic active ingredients or finished products claims, has extracted the main trends related to cosmetic claims from the queries that are carried out on its databases.

logo Anti-pollution effect: a complex claim objectivation

Anti-pollution effect: a complex claim objectivation

Publication of :2021-04-01

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logo Interview of Anne Charpentier, CEO, in the Golden Book for 70th anniversary of the SFC

Interview of Anne Charpentier, CEO, in the Golden Book for 70th anniversary of the SFC

Publication of :2021-03-01

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logo The objectification of claims related to maskne and blemishes due to acne

The objectification of claims related to maskne and blemishes due to acne

Publication of :2021-02-06

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Skin imperfections classically cover a wide range of visible alterations of the skin, caused by a variety of causes. And today, the wearing of a mask, which sometimes takes several hours a day, is becoming a new parameter to be taken into consideration in their evaluation. Classifying the claims related to skin imperfections in this context is therefore anything but simple! Anne Charpentier, Founder and CEO of Skinobs, explains.

logo June 2020 - Industries Cosmétiques - French - Trouver le bon test et le bon partenaire dans le monde entier by Yaël Landau

June 2020 - Industries Cosmétiques - French - Trouver le bon test et le bon partenaire dans le monde entier by Yaël Landau

Publication of :2020-06-30

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logo Clinically Supporting ‘Antiage’ And ‘Proage’ Claims via Personal care

Clinically Supporting ‘Antiage’ And ‘Proage’ Claims via Personal care

Publication of :2020-06-26

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Claims of personal care evolve following trends and various innovations in the field of active ingredient development, the finished product formulation and the way both are evaluated, demonstrating their performance.

logo Cosmetic tests: the precious value of the clinical scores

Cosmetic tests: the precious value of the clinical scores

Publication of :2020-04-29

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The implementation of the efficacy studies refers to the regulation of each world zone and sometimes each country. In Europe, the references are the European Regulation for cosmetics claims (EC No.655/2013 - Art.20-Art.22) as well as Regulations No.1223/2009 and its provisions on the Product Information File (PIF). Focus on the benefits of clinical scores, with Anne Charpentier, from Skinobs.