Thanks to its cutaneous expertise, the Laboratory BIO-EC offers since 2006 to carry out penetration studies of your actives, formulations or finished products according to the guidelines of the OECD 428. These studies allow you to know precisely the percentage of penetration of your product in each compartment of the skin. We also suggest you follow the nanoparticles alone or...
schema Skinobs publishes on our latest novelty presented at In cosmetics in Amsterdam: the Stressosome ! BIO-EC Laboratory offers you thanks to its exclusive tools, the Pollubox® and the Solarbox® and a set of conventional technologies (UV lamp, IR lamp...), to test ex vivo the efficacy of your product from the application of combined stress (stressosome): different pollutants (heavy metals, diesel particles...), cigarette smoke, blue light, ...

In cosmetics trade show – Stand L85

Posted on 16 March 2018
Come to discover our exclusive methods of studying the «stressosome» thanks to our combination of histological and genomic expertise. We will be present on the booth L85 - L83 with our partner GENEX, expert in cosmetogenomics projects (http://www.laboratoire-genex.fr/) to discuss about your test projects in live. Attend our conference «Exploring the skin stressosome through an innovative approach» Thursday, April 19 (Theater 2)...
How objectify your product on the microbiota ? The skin barrier is essential for survival, preventing dehydration and invasion by infectious or toxic substances. The skin is also a complex habitat for a diverse population of microbiota. At the beginning of life, the skin is colonized by a wide range of microbes, many of which are commensal or symbiotic and...
The skin is daily subjected to various stresses, such as pollution, cigarette smoke, UVA, UVB… which alter cells. WE PROPOSE THE USE OF AUTOPHAGY AND/OR MITOPHAGY AS A NEW LINE OF SUBSTANTIATION These cell recycling/detoxification pathways represent markers for monitoring the impact of these stresses on cells. Indeed an aggression will stimulate these paths. A protective product may prevent the...