The partnership will see SciBase offer its Nevisense system for assessing skin barrier functions within cosmetic testing on the Skinobs platform.
Through the Skinobs platform, researchers can find information on who is conducting what tests in the field of dermocosmetics, nutraceutical and active ingredient testing.
SciBase said the collaboration will streamline the process for researchers looking to access the latest tools for their cosmetic and medical research.
“SciBase is already involved in discussions with several large cosmetic companies who wish to use Nevisense in their research and development. In May this year, SciBase will present and exhibit at its first cosmetic research-focused international conference, the Cosmetotest cosmetics testing symposium in Lyon, France,” said CEO Pia Renaudin (pictured).
“We are excited to be partnering with Skinobs to bring our innovative skin barrier function assessment technique to researchers globally,” she added.
“Nevisense is commonly utilized in medical research for assessing skin barrier health, hydration, healing, and inflammation, and we believe this partnership will extend our reach to cosmetic researchers in need of our products."
Skinobs provides cosmetic researchers around the world with access to preclinical and clinical testing methods and laboratories for evaluating active ingredients and cosmetic products on the skin, hair or nails.
Their platform covers a wide range of tests including stability, ecotoxicity, biodegradability, microbiology, safety, container/content interactions, sun protection, tolerance, efficacy, sensory analysis and consumer tests.