Non-invasive test methods for measuring compatibility

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Test ProceduresCompatibility

The basis for a dermatological safety assessment should always be the results of a one-time epicutaneous test and a controlled application test. Many years of practical experience have shown that seemingly inoccuous/harmless products could create skin reactions during compatibility tests or practical applications. This can have very different reasons which even experienced experts cannot deduct from the available files.

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