Ex vivo human skin models for cosmetic testing

Standardized ex vivo skin models for cosmetic testing Cosmetic testing is playing an increasingly important role in today’s cosmetic industry. The first cosmetic tests took place in 1933, after an eyelash darkening treatment blinded several women. In 1938, the U. S. Food and Drug Administration passed the Federal Food, Drug & Cosmetic (FD&C) Act to define stricter regulations for cosmetic products
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Study on indoor air pollution uses NativeSkin® model

New study on effects of indoor air pollution on human skin uses NativeSkin® models Indoor air pollution may alter human skin. A study that was recently published in Scientific Reports  shows that volatile organic compounds target the cellular mechanism that eliminates damaged proteins. The study uses Genoskin's NativeSkin® model to study the effects of indoor air pollution on human skin and
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Oriflame study uses NativeSkin® human skin explant model

NativeSkin®, a novel skin explant model for skin delivery assessment The Genoskin team is proud to announce that Oriflame Cosmetics published an article in the March 2015 edition of Cosmetics & Toiletries under the title “A Novel Skin Explant Model For Skin Delivery Assessment”. The work presented in this article was conducted by Oriflame’s cosmetics experts in their facility in Stockholm. Genoskin has

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Testing steroid-induced changes related to skin atrophy

We are very pleased to announce that our first publication presenting, in particular, the use of our ex vivo human skin model NativeSkin® came out in July in Archives of Dermatological Research.