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  • Designing your skin and eye irritation testing strategy

Which test should you use for regulatory safety assessment or to understand the potency of a new product in development? What classifications can you obtain from the different tests available?

  • Supporting ‘vegan tested’ claims

Many in vitro tests use animal components and so can’t truly be said to uphold the vegan philosophy. So what’s the solution?

  • How 3D human tissue models are used in irritation testing

We look at the different models on the market and explain how they are used in the laboratory

  • Interpreting the OECD’s Integrated Approaches to Testing and Assessment

What’s the official difference between irritation, corrosion and sensitisation and when should you select a top down or bottom up approach?

  • Product comparisons and predicting potency

With so many ultra-mild ingredients on the market, how can you detect subtle differences between your product and others in your own category, or those of competitors?

  • Techniques for testing sensitive areas

New animal-free technologies are being developed at a pace now, and specialist tests are available to test irritation of the mouth and gums, respiratory airway and vagina.

  • Case study: Creating a USP around mildness for a range of novel surfactants

We share the results of a ground-breaking study for surfactant specialists Lankem and how they obtained robust data to prove the mildness of their new BioLoop range.



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