Exposure to Cosmetic Products / Percutaneous Penetration
Web Training – bookable at any time
Duration: approx. 1.5 work days
(07:06 hrs video training + online exam)
Course fee: 800 EUR + VAT
The target of this course is to contribute to the qualification of the safety assessor for the part of “exposure to cosmetic products/percutaneous penetration”.
Competent assessment of the safety of cosmetic products requires knowledge of cosmetics legislation and the exposure of the product to be evaluated.
Therefore, this course will present the topics exposure, principles for the safety assessment of cosmetic ingredients and finished cosmetic products, and other essential basics. Since the skin is the largest human organ and plays an important role in the use of cosmetic products, knowledge of anatomical and physiological principles of the skin, in particular with regard to penetration and dermal bioavailability, is also an essential part and included in the lectures.
|1||Legal Framework||Birgit Huber|
|2a||Anatomical and Physiological Principles of Skin Barrier Function||Dr. Winfried Steiling|
|2b||In-Vitro Skin Penetration||Dr. Winfried Steiling|
|3||The SCCS Notes of Guidance||Dr. Ulrike Bernauer|
|4||Principles for the Safety Assessment of Cosmetic Ingredients||Dr. Stefan Schulte|
|5a||General Considerations on Exposure I||Dr. Dagmar Bury|
|5b||General Considerations on Exposure II – Case Studies||Dr. Dagmar Bury|
|6a||Evaluation of the Inhalation Exposure of a Hair Spray Formulation||Dr. Elisabeth Gerber|
|6b||Principles in Safety Assessment of Finished Cosmetic Products||Dr. Elisabeth Gerber|
Duration: 07:06 hrs video training
Upon receipt of the payment, the subscriber will be notified that he/she may start the training. After having started the web training for the first time, the user will be able to access the course videos at any time for a period of 10 days. PDF-files of the presentations are made available for download. After completion of the web training, the participant can start the online exam within another 4 weeks. The exam must be completed within 1 hour after activation and can be repeated once.