CIDP will be presenting new study designs for blue light claim substantiation at the 14th International Sun Protection Conference, which will be held on 6 – 7 June 2017 in London. This interactive conference sets the gold standard for exchange of views on sun protection.
CUTANEOUS PIGMENTATION EFFECT OF BLUE LIGHT: NEW SUN PROTECTION CLAIM
For decades, the personal care industry has tested sunscreens for their efficacy in protecting the skin against UVA and UVB components of sunlight. However, recent researches have shown that blue light (400 – 470 nm) causes significant cutaneous pigmentation effects.
In this regard, Mr. Jessen Curpen will be highlighting on the effect of blue light on the skin and the new methodologies that can be set up to evaluate the photoprotective effect of products.
JESSEN CURPEN, BIOPHYSICS MANAGER & HEAD OF CLINICAL STUDY DESIGN
Jessen Curpen is responsible for the development of Clinical Study Designs for CIDP Group. He also leads the CIDP Biophysics and Imaging Committee, which sets up methodologies for claims substantiation of cosmetic products. email@example.com
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6th June 2017 at 11h30 AM - Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square, London
Looking ahead, CIDP is committed to continue developing innovative clinical study designs and improving them to suit its customers’ needs.