comedogenicity

comedogenicity

[kom′idōjənis′itē]
the ability of certain drugs or agents, such as anabolic steroids, to produce acne comedones.
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With two facilities and a diverse subject base, we specialize in a full range of tests, including but not limited to RIPT, SPF, in-use, anti-aging, patch, photosensitivity, long-lasting, waterproof, comedogenicity, eye products, clinical and perception studies.
There is also anecdotal evidence of its usefulness in providing relief to sufferers of eczema (Emu Oil: Comedogenicity Testing, 1993).
Specializing in patch tests, anti-aging, image analysis, comedogenicity and eye area product testing.
Its all vegetal derivation, biodegradability, excellent safety profile, low comedogenicity and consistent performance as an emulsifier make it ideal for oil-in-water emulsion-based products for skin care anywhere on the body," said Gary Neudahl, product application manager, personal care ingredients.
Adds moisturizing attributes to creams, lotions and bar soaps and exhibits low comedogenicity.
Adds moisturizing attributes, has low comedogenicity.