Air pollution is considered as the second most important cause of extrinsic cutaneous ageing (appearance of wrinkles and formation of pigmentary spots).Today, a growing number of cosmetics manufacturers are developing products that aim to protect the skin from the harmful effects of air pollution. This is done despite the absence of standard protocols to prove the effectiveness of these products.As such, CIDP, an avant-garde and internationally recognized CRO, proposes novel standard methodologies to substantiate the anti-pollution claim of cosmetics products.Don’t miss our Technical Seminar at in-cosmetics Global 2017 by Véronique Newton, R&D Laboratories Manager and Jessen Curpen, Biophysics Manager & Head of Clinical Study Design. DATE: Tuesday, 4 April TIME: 17:15 to17:45

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