Le développement de REGEN-16 s'appuie sur plusieurs études cliniques conduites de manière rigoureuse par des médecins dermatologues et d'autres experts en soins cosmétiques.
A consumer test brings together “target” consumers to get their impression and their opinion on various cosmetic products. Subjects of this type of study must provide feedback with respect to their experience using a specific product. Results from this type of study are therefore “qualitative” in nature, and thus consumer satisfaction can be guaranteed (or not) with respect to the product tested.
A cosmetic clinical trial is a scientific study conducted by independent laboratories whose task it is to prove (or disprove) the true effectiveness of a product. Several protocols were implemented by the cosmetics industry to objectively and “quantitatively” evaluate the effects that some products may have on the skin.
Health and Safety testing
Cosmetic products on the market must not be harmful to the health of individuals. Therefore, before they can be launched on the market, all finished products must be subjected to safety tests to ensure that they present no health risks. In addition, IDC products also undergo different health and safety tests to confirm that they are safe to use on the skin.
Results from these studies have concluded that IDC products present no health risks and can be applied directly to the skin, which tolerates them very well. In addition, IDC products meet CTFA (Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association) requirements with respect to the effectiveness of antimicrobial preservatives.