Cosmetotest 2023
Cosmetotest 2023 Book
Wed May 24, 2023 at 08:30 AM to Fri May 26, 2023 at 05:00 PM
2023-05-24 08:30:00 2023-05-26 17:00:00 Europe/Paris Cosmetotest 2023 Reservations on : -- SEPR, 46 Rue Professeur Rochaix, Lyon, France Cosmet'in Lyon
Timezone : Europe/Paris
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Cosmet'in Lyon
Bioparc Laënnec 60 Avenue Rockefeller, 69008, LYON, France

24/05: SF2iC Day (Société Francophone d'Imagerie et d'Ingénierie Cutanée)
Conferences are in French with a live traduction in English

Introduction and conclusion by Pr Hassan ZAHOUANI

Session 1: Cosmetics treatment and home devices

Les Home Use Devices (HUD) à base de LED - la prochaine frontière du rajeunissement de la peau / LED-based Home Use Devices (HUD) – the next frontier in skin rejuvenation
Lieve DECLERCQ Lightinderm

Comment les miroirs connectés peuvent impacter la recherche et les routines
How smart, home connected mirrors can impact research and routines
Thomas SERVAL - Baracoda


Session 2: Skin diagnostic and home devices

Panorama des outils de mesures nomades : vers une nouvelle approche des mesures d’efficacité / Overview of nomad measurement devices:  a new approach to efficiency measurement
Pascale BARLIER - Cos&Co

La métrologie in vivo déportée "en situation d'usage". Une valeur ajoutée pour la connaissance de l'action des produits et leur validation ? Avantages, limites et complémentarité avec la mesure contrôlée de laboratoire / Remote in vivo metrology "in use". An added value for the knowledge of the action of the products and their validation? Advantages, limits and complementarity with controlled laboratory measurement
Jean-Christophe PITTET – Orion Technolab

Nouvelles horizons pour le diagnostic du microbiote cutané : du test simple à domicile aux études longitudinales pour les marques de cosmétiques / Taking skin microbiome testing to new heights: from at-home consumer tests to allying with top brands to support them with their product testing
Pétronille HOUDARD – Sequential Skin


Session 3: Skin exploration

Scorage clinique en 4D, l’apport de l’imagerie pour renforcer les performances d’évaluation 
Agnès LAVOIX (Dermatech-Complife group) and Mélanie PEDRAZZANI (Damae)

Age global ou age local ? Importance des zones du visage dans l’évaluation de l’âge perçu / Global or local age ? Impact of the facial areas in assessing perceived age

Canfield - Peter KOLLIAS : Advances in 2D and 3D integrated imaging

Skinobs - Anne CHARPENTIER : Aperçu mondial des possibilités d’études biométrologiques du visage / Worldwide overview of the possibilities of biometrological studies of the face


Exhibitors: Abich - BioFilm Control - Canfield - Complife - Dia-Stron - Eotech - Eurofins - Intertek - Miravex - Newtone Technologies - Orion Concept - PhD Trials - RiverD International - Zurko Research

25/05: Cosmetotest Clinical Day

Session 1: Well-aging and mature Skin

Raman and infrared spectroscopy: principles, analytical capabilities and experimental limitations for cosmetic applications
Pr Olivier PIOT - Université de Reims

Well-ageing and neurocosmetics
Anne ABRIAT – The Smell & Taste Lab

New approach on global face ageing evaluation
Jean-Jacques SERVANT - Eotech

The role of a social aesthetician in providing care and promoting wellbeing for vulnerable people
Natacha SULLIVAN – The Beauty Of Caring CIC

RiverD International Peter CASPERS : Be an expert in Raman spectroscopy with the gen2-SCA Skin Composition Analyzer

Syres – Séverine FREYSSINET : Well-ageing: panorama and challenges of the beauty after 55 year-olds

PhD Trials - Pedro Contreiras Pinto : Dynamical facial measurements: New methods to show perceived firmness and elasticity effects after 65 y.old using ultra slow motion videos and kinematic analysis

Pixience - Sébastien MANGERUCA : Demonstrate the effectiveness of your clinical trials thanks to images

Novitom - Jean DOUCET : X-ray diffraction – a sensitive tool for assessing collagen quality in cosmetic tests

Biomeca – Céline PAILLIER : Easystiff - The first device assessing the mechanical properties of each skin layer separately


Session 2: Growth and regeneration of hair and nails

New approach for hair keratin characterization: Use of the confocal Raman spectroscopy to assess the effect of thermal stress on human hair fibre
Bérengère GRANGER and Nada ANDRÉ– Sisley    

Protocols and Devices for Nail-Related Product Claims
Camilla GRIGNANI - Etichub

Molecular biomarkers for haircare & nailcare claim substantiation
Martin BARAIBAR – OxiProteomics 

Breakthrough on hyaluronic acid penetration inside hair fibres and keratin interaction for a smoothing effect explained
Cloé BOIRA - Givaudan Active Beauty

Zurko Research - Jakub POPLAWSKI : Seasonal effect in the hair loss

SP Equation - Ludivine BARIL : Evaluation of the UV impact on hair breakage

Dia-Stron – Anis EGAL : Characterization and measurements of skin translucency and elasticity using novel Dia-Stron techniques


Session 3: Evaluation of prone to acne skin

Oily and acne-prone skincare products: how we can assess the effects?
Victoria DAUPHANT – Dermatech-Complife group

Innovative approaches to the characterization of multi-phototype acne skin
Alix DANOY – Newtone Technologies 

Miravex - Guido MARIOTTO : Antera 3D, skin redness and prone to acne skin

Datacapt - Florentin ORY : Automate and streamline Skin Measurement with DATACAPT and Monaderm CLS


Exhibitors: Abich - BioFilm Control - Biomeca - Complife - Datacapt - Dia-Stron - Eotech - Intertek - Microfactory - Miravex - Newtone Technologies - Novitom - Orion Concept - PhD Trials - Phenocell - Pixience - RiverD International - Syres - Zurko Research

26/05: Cosmetotest Preclinical Day

Session 1: Endocrine disruptors evaluation

Endocrine disruptors and nuclear receptors: how to prioritize? 
Dr Frédéric FLAMANT – IGFL (Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon)

Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals: update on our knowledge and implications for the future
Dr Christine LAFFORGUE – Université Paris Saclay

A new strategy to detect substance binding to a set of endocrine receptors in silico methods

Perturbateur Endocrinien - Thomas RICOUR : Screening Endocrine disruption activity on Cosmetics: from Raw Material to final products

Charles River - Sjoerd VERKAART : An overview of in vitro testing available to screen the different axis of the Endocrine Disruption


Session 2: The place of organoids, spheroids, and organ-on-chips in dermocosmetics

Vascularized skin organoids as models for skin pathologies
Dr Xavier GIDROL – CEA Grenoble

Advantages and limitations of 3D spheroids platforms for preclinical applications
Marisa MELONI – Vitroscreen 

Skin-on-a-chip models: an innovative and relevant in-vitro plateform for dermocosmetic testing
Alexandre GUICHARD - Netri 

Advanced computer-connected 3D printed human skin models for Cosmetics testing Colin MC GUCKIN – CTIBiotech

Skin imagin from 2d to 3D
Jean-Michel LAGARDE - Imactiv-3D

Phenocell Hélène LEMENAGER : Human iPSC-derived sebocytes, a powerful tool for pre-clinical studies

ExAdEx-InnovVincent DANI : Novel Micro-Physiological Model of Human Adipose Tissue Mimicking Fibrotic and Pro-Inflammatory Microenvironments

Promega France - Florian MIGNOT : The Promises and Challenges of 3D Cell Structures


Session 3: Parallel of in-vitro and in-vivo testing

In vitro versus in vivo tests for the evaluation of skin function
Pr Dominique SIGAUDO-ROUSSEL ( LBTI) and Amélie THEPOT (Labskin Creations) 

Advantages and limitations of vitro/vivo approaches to sun protection
Anna LUDWIKOWSKA – Eurofins Dermscan Poland

Epidermic stem cell orchestrates skin

Anne-Laure BULTEAU – LVMH Perfumes & Cosmetics 

Use of skin explants to study complex skin mechanisms before clinical strategies
Céline LAPERDRIX – Codif International

Anti Oxidant Power - Aurélie FLOCH : A new live cell assay for the quantitative measurement of anti-Blue Light and anti-UV effects of cosmetic ingredients

Microfactory - Fabrice MONTI : U-Skin™: The only polymer skin which mimics sweat and sebum mechanisms

Abich - Michela POLLASTRI : Correlation of in vitro and in vivo hydratation tests

Syntivia Sophie ABADIE : Between in-vitro and in-vivo: Injured ex-vivo human skin model to study efficiency of dermo-cosmetic compounds on re-epithelialization

BioFilm Control - Hervé MOLINERO : How to best challenge your product for its action on the microbiota


Exhibitors: Abich - Anti Oxidant Power - Charles River - CTIBiotech - ExAdEx-Innov -  Intertek - Microfactory - Nir Perturbateur Endocrinien - Novitom - PhD Trials - Phenocell - Pixience - Promega -  RiverD International - Syntivia - Zurko Research

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