Join our webinar to learn more about the most recent innovations in skin care product testing.


June 17, 2021


June 17, 2021




There are many approaches to studying the effects of skin care products. In addition to biophysical parameters, such as skin moisture, depth of wrinkles and skin elasticity, molecular biological analyses have also become increasingly important for the cosmetic industry and for dermatological research.

By preparing skin samples after an in vivo product treatment, the product’s in vitro efficacy can then be easily examined using a range of molecular biological methods. Suction blisters offer a far less invasive sampling technique than the common alternative, punch biopsies. Both the blister fluid, which is largely derived from the interstitial fluid, and the blister roof, which contains the epidermis, can be used to analyze different biomarkers in the skin. Suction blisters therefore provide key insights when investigating a wide variety of product claims.


During the webinar, we will discuss the suction blister technique in detail. We will also examine the parameters that can be investigated in the obtained skin samples and interstitial fluids.


  • Sampling of skin material – Suction Blister Technology
  • Photoprotection and oxidative stress
  • Energy balance of the cells and skin rejuvenation
  • Analysis of the skin barrier
  • Anti-pollution
  • Blue light
  • Q&A

Target Audience

The webinar is aimed at cosmetic and consumer skin care product manufacturers, product performance evaluation teams, marketing teams, etc. who need to have their skincare products tested for claim support.


Astrid von Seebach – Group Leader Dermatological Studies, In-vitro and Sun

Session Schedule

10:00 PM Singapore
3:00 PM Hamburg (Germany)
3:00 PM Paris (France)
9:00 AM New York City (United States)

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Brooke Stephens
Global Marketing Manager
t: +1 214 263 0492