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Skinobs preclinical platform celebrates its first anniversary

One year after its launch, over 5,000 users from 80 countries have consulted more than 57,000 pages on the two clinical and preclinical platforms. With over 1,000 users, the Preclinical platform accounts for 42 % of consultations.

Skinobs' preclinical testing platform is designed for cosmeticians looking for screening or proof-of-concept of the mechanisms of action of active ingredients or finished products in-tubo, on cell models, co-cultures, 3D models of reconstructed or bio-printed skin or explants.

Just like the platform dedicated to clinical testing, this unique tool enables test managers to identify methods, biomarkers and testing laboratories worldwide, free of charge, to speed up your evaluation projects. The platform is updated daily.

Top 10 claims: anti-ageing, moisturizing, anti-oxidant, microbiota, anti-uv, non-irritant, anti-pollution, anti-inflammatory, reinforces skin barrier and slimming.

A unique panorama of preclinical tests

The platform presents 500 tests, accessible from 125 referenced laboratories, according to 8 pre-selection categories:

  • Stability and physico-chemical testing
  • Microbiology
  • Security
  • Skin absorption
  • Biodegradability and ecotoxicity
  • Container-content interaction
  • Efficiency
  • UV, UVA, UVB, Infrared or blue light

"Attentive to trends and developments in nail, hair and skin testing technologies, we work to continuously improve our database. The expectations of cosmeticians and test providers are at the heart of our independent and exhaustive approach. "Anne Charpentier, founder and CEO of Skinobs.

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