Innovative ex vivo protocols to substantiate the anti-pollution claim In response to manufacturers’ needs for anti-pollution claims substantiation, CIDP has developed ex vivo protocols that objectively evaluate effect of pollutants (ozone, cigarette smoke, ambient dust) and light (UV, blue light, IR) on the skin. Our anti-pollution study protocols calls for specific biomarkers to be identified and monitored, to show their evolution when samples are exposed to pollutants, light or both.The ex vivo model is an efficient testing model that serves as a good intermediate between the in vitro and the in vivo methods. This model helps manufacturers demonstrate the effects that their cosmetics products have against pollution.

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  • 04 December 2019 Dr. Veronique Newton presented “Effects of environment stressors on skin ageing” at the 10th Jean-Paul Marty days
  • 27 November 2019 Meet us in Paris on the 3rd and 4th December for the 10th Jean-Paul Marty days
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