MAURITIUS -- CIDP has announced company updates and upcoming activities for the personal care sector after a successful showing at the recent in-cosmetics Global event.
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Commitment for Personal Care
CIDP featured its full suite of services and presented an innovative study protocol for substantiating anti-pollution claims
made on cosmetic products at the in-cosmetics Global show in London. The company’s showcase proved to be right on-trend as ‘anti-pollution
’ was a key buzzword for many industry professionals at the trade event.
Mr Jean-Louis Roule, CEO of CIDP, said:
“We’ve received a lot of interest from cosmetic manufacturers for support in claims substantiation, as well as for our unique ingredients extracted from botany that’s native to Mauritius. Our team will continue these conversations to see how CIDP can assist in creating even more innovative products that consumers seek and love.”
New Milestone: All Centers Now ISO-Certified
CIDP is committed to service excellence through its Quality Management processes
. Across its five centers in Mauritius, Brazil, India, Romania, and Singapore, CIDP has always ensured the implementation of stringent quality requirements
that are compliant with international standards.
The company’s high regard for service delivery has given it a reputation as a trusted partner that delivers consistent and effective results in an efficient manner. Following the completion of audits carried out by independent certification bodies, all of CIDP’s centers now possess ISO 9001:2015 certification
Next Chapter: New Methodologies for Blue Light Claims Substantiation
Looking ahead, CIDP is committed to continue developing innovative clinical study designs and improving them to suit its customers’ needs. The cosmetics and beauty industry can look forward to another new study protocol from CIDP, which assesses the photo-protective effect of products against blue light-induced pigmentation.
The company will next be presenting at another established industry event – the 14th International Sun Protection Conference
, which will be held from 6 – 7 June 2017 at the Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square, in London. Addressing new concepts in sun exposure and protection, Jessen Curpen, Biophysics Manager and Head of Clinical Study Design at CIDP, will speak about the cutaneous pigmentation effect of blue light.
Skin Protection Efficacy
For decades, the personal care industry has tested sunscreens for their efficacy in protecting the skin against UVA and UVB components of sunlight. However, recent research has shown that blue light (400 – 470 nm) causes significant cutaneous pigmentation effects. In his presentation, Curpen discusses standard UVA/UVB tests and focuses on possible new methodologies that can be set in place to evaluate the photo-protective effect of products against blue light-induced pigmentation.
Jessen Curpen explained:
“Protection from blue light exposure is a relatively new concept that consumers are starting to be more aware about. I’m excited to share more about our findings, what we’ve developed, and how we can help the industry.”
Based in Mauritius, CIDP, Centre International de Développement Pharmaceutique is a private and independent Contract Research Organization (CRO) that conducts high-performing research and clinical activities for cosmetics, pharmaceutical, medical device, and nutrition industries. The group serves clients both as a service provider upstream through Research and Preclinical activities, and downstream through Regulatory Affairs, Biostatistics & Data Management, and Clinical Research.