CIDP to present latest results of its novel Pollution Exposure System at the 3rd International Skin Care Conference. 

 

 

Our unique Pollution Exposure System has seduced once again and we have been selected to speak at the 3rd International Skin Care Conference that will take place from 11th July to 12th July 2018 at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.

 

Mr. Jessen Curpen, our Biophysics Manager and Responsible of the Development of Clinical Study Designs, will give a presentation on the first day of the conference on “Effect of Environmental Pollutants on Skin Ageing and on the Skin Microbiota”.

 

Recently, air pollution has gained much momentum within the cosmetic industry. Indeed, air pollution is known to be the second precursor for extrinsic skin ageing, after UV light. Air pollution has been associated with increase in wrinkles, fine lines, dark spots and hyperpigmentation and deterioration of the skin barrier function, among others. Various publications have also elaborated the impact of pollution on the skin microbiota.

 

Even though many products have been launched on the market with the “anti-pollution” claim, experts within the industry have acknowledged that there is a real need for a standardized method. To bridge this gap, CIDP has developed a unique Controlled Pollution Exposure System to dose controlled concentration of pollutants such as Ambient Dust and Ozone to objectively substantiate the “anti-pollution” claim in in-vivo and ex-vivo protocols.

 

During the 2-day conference, Jessen Curpen will be joined by renowned dermatologists, scientists, and technologists to present and discuss the latest thinking and advances in skin care and skin health.

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