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Sensitive skin assay added to cosmetics toxicological testing recommended by Kligman.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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SENSITIVE SKIN SCREENING ASSAY ADDITION TO COSMETICS TOXICOLOGICAL TESTING recommended by Albert Kligman, MD/PhD, University of Pennsylvania, at International Business Communication's Novel In Vitro and Clinical Testing Methods for Skin Care and Cosmetics Products conference held Sept. 17-18 in Boston. Cosmetic manufacturers "would be well served to do some [sensitive skin testing] before [they] launch a product into a multi-million dollar consumer market," Kligman asserted, since people with sensitive skin experience burning, stinging and other adverse reactions even when products test fine on individuals with "normal" skin.
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