The evaluation of the thermoregulatory effect; news at IDEA Clinic

20 April 2017

Thanks to an infrared camera FLIR P640, that produces high-quality images and allows to capture the smallest details and the smallest temperature differences, it is now possible to measure the warm or cold effect of a cosmetic product and its evolution over time.

A methodology for measuring clinical efficacy, perfectly adapted to the “heating effect” claims massage gels or slimming products, or “firestop” products for skin prone to redness, gels refreshing heavy legs, to the “ice” effect of decongestant eye cream care or “fresh boost” for tinted fluid.




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