Microbiological quality of personal care products

Eurofins explores the various methodologies that cosmetics manufacturers can employ to evaluate their products for the presence of microbial contamination, and for the efficacy of their products’ preservatives

In vitro testing - not 
just for product claims

In vitro methods cannot capture all complexities in the body that occur during in vivo tests. Nevertheless, they are an indispensable part of the evaluation process of product effects on the skin. The various in vitro measurement methods are on the rise and will become increasingly important in the future, as Courage + Khazaka explains

Mastering product development programmes

Mark Cresswell of Lucideon explains how the company was able to provide its partner with working formulations that they could take directly into more advanced consumer product testing trials and full manufacturing feasibility assessment by establishing suitable key formulations to develop successful product formats

Adapting to the impact of vegan challenge testing

ISCA details its findings that demonstrates its ability to replicate initial challenge test results through an in-house vegan alternative test method. This has been achieved through ISCA’s collaboration with The Vegan Society

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