skin sensitization

skin sensitization,

n an allergic reaction to a particular irritant that results in the development of skin inflammation and itchiness. Unlike skin irritation, the skin becomes increasingly reactive to the substance as a result of subsequent exposures. Ylang ylang and cinnamon bark may increase the risk of this type of reaction.
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is the stricter label warning requirements in Europe for certain preservatives, especially MIT due to skin sensitization concerns.
For example, in our earlier work to predict potency of skin sensitization (Luechtefeld et al.
Compliant with ISO:10993 and ISO:10993-10, medical industry regulations assessing a product's potential to produce irritation and skin sensitization, 4076 Extended Wear Medical Tape is approved for use on intact skill.
The therapeutic utilization of essential oils, coupled with their skin penetration and inhalation exposure, can pose both enhanced benefits or significant toxicological concern, especially in terms of skin sensitization, irritation, allergic reactions, and contact dermatitis.
Compliant with ISO:10993 and ISO:10993-10 medical industry regulations assessing a product's potential to produce irritation and skin sensitization, 4076 Extended Wear Medical Tape is approved for use on intact skin.
Compliant with ISO:10993 and ISO:10993-10, medical industry regulations assessing a products potential to produce irritation and skin sensitization, 4076 Extended Wear Medical Tape is approved for use on intact skin.
Envigo's current non-animal technology assays that comply with OECD regulatory guidelines span the fields of genetic toxicology, electrophysiology, metabolism, endocrine disruption, skin sensitization, skin and eye irritation, genomics and gene expression.
Skin sensitization did not occur and irritation potential was low in all groups despite the use of occlusive patches during the study.
The Nine Induction Dose Buehler Test (the skin sensitization test according to E.
Chapters focus on such specific topics as gases under pressure, organic peroxides, respiratory or skin sensitization, reproductive toxicity, hazardous to the aquatic environment, and hazardous to the ozone layer.
Tried and true--Perhaps most importantly, the supplier's products should be tested according to ISO 10993-5/10 standards for cytotoxicity, skin irritation, and skin sensitization.
Green Seal's GS-37 (for industrial and institutional general-purpose cleaners) and GS-40 (for industrial and institutional floor-care products) test cleaners on many criteria, including toxicity, corrosiveness, skin sensitization, impact on air quality, and use of animal testing, to name a few.