Direct, Accelerated & Real-time Stability Studies according to Cosmetics Guidelines ISO/TR 18811:2018

Time: 12:30 - 12:50

Date: 21 Novembre 2018

Theatre: Green 1

21-11-2018 12:30 21-11-2018 12:50 Europe/London Direct, Accelerated & Real-time Stability Studies according to Cosmetics Guidelines ISO/TR 18811:2018

Stability studies of complex cosmetic formulations are demanding, especially when done classically by naked eyes. Despite availability of modern, sophisticated analysis techniques storage tests are still time consuming due to the huge extend of test candidates. These examinations, however, are essential to guarantee high product quality and customer satisfaction. Challenges formulators face are manifold, as… Leggi tutto »

Making Cosmetics

Stability studies of complex cosmetic formulations are demanding, especially when done classically by naked eyes. Despite availability of modern, sophisticated analysis techniques storage tests are still time consuming due to the huge extend of test candidates. These examinations, however, are essential to guarantee high product quality and customer satisfaction. Challenges formulators face are manifold, as a broad spectrum of conditions, parameters and influencing factors need to be matched. The talk emphasizes how the new Cosmetics Stability Guideline – ISO/TR 18811 supports formulators to shorten time to market. Hereby comprehensive information obtained from direct, accelerated stability studies is employed. Presented data are based on LUM GmbH’s cutting-edge STEP-Technology® platform as implemented in the Dispersion Analyser LUMiSizer®. Selected cases studies are presented. Exemplarily, difficulties of the classic test setup are illustrated in contrast to the benefits of advanced technical solutions provided like STEP-Technology®. Results of accelerated stability studies were extrapolated to standard storage conditions and evaluated in relationship to real-time measurements at gravity done by Separation Analyser LUMiReader® X-Ray. Opportunities of more efficient storage testing procedures, higher sensitivity to sample inhomogeneities and reduced sample extend as resulting from the smart combination of Cosmetics Stability Guideline and direct, accelerated stability studies, are demonstrated.

 

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