Instrumental tests of cosmetic products are a method of assessing the actual effect of the cosmetic product on the user’s skin and should be used to confirm marketing claims contained in cosmetic product labels.
Instrumental tests of cosmetic products are carried out under the supervision of a dermatologist or a specialist on a properly selected group of proband volunteers under strictly specified environmental conditions (temperature and humidity) and using specialised testing equipment. The choice of test persons and the parameters measured depend on the type of product, the intended effect and the marketing claims on the product label.
In order to meet the needs of you and your customers, we offer the possibility of extending application tests with additional testing equipment.
Our offer includes the following instrumental parameters:
- skin hydration;
- skin firmness/elasticity;
- skin colour;
- skin redness (erythma);
- skin pH;
- TEWL (transepidermal water loss);
- sebum (sebaceous gland activity);
- wrinkle analysis (depth and length);
- skin pore analysis;
- analysis of skin discolouration (melanin);
- scalp condition.
These examinations are indispensable into choose the right ingredients of a cosmetic product formula in terms of the actual effect of the product on the user’s skin; obtaining confirmation of marketing claims in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 655/2013 and the Cosmetic Products Act of 4 October 2018; preparation of marketing activities by cosmetic companies (promotional actions, advertisements, labels of cosmetic products).
It is possible to extend the above studies with additional apparatus parameters.
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