SciBase launches AI skin barrier assessment tool

SciBase, a Swedish developer of dermatology technology, has launched eBarrier Score for Nevisense, an AI skin barrier assessment tool for use in research and cosmetic testing.

Researchers of the skin barrier and cosmetic products can now use Nevisense and the eBarrier Score to assess products and claims related to skin barrier function.

The global market for cosmetic products aiming to improve people's skin barrier is experiencing immense growth.

Nevisense and the eBarrier Score utilize AI-generated algorithms that researchers can use to directly quantitate the severity of skin barrier dysfunction related to common skin disorders.

In a recently published study - Skin Barrier Function Assessment: Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy Is Less Influenced by Daily Routine Activities Than Transepidermal Water Loss - the first direct comparison between electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) using Nevisense and trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL) was made.

The study demonstrates Nevisense being a more robust technique to assess skin barrier function than the within research commonly used TEWL measurement technique.

"We are thrilled to introduce the eBarrier Score to the cosmetic research market," said SciBase CEO Pia Renaudin (pictured).

"Every day, there are new cosmetic products related to skin barrier function. The Nevisense eBarrier Score is already an established tool in the medical research field and bringing it to the cosmetic research market will truly benefit consumers,” she added.

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