Looking for resource: Terminology on Testing of Sunscreen Products
Thread poster: Yvonne Becker

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Apr 30, 2010

Dear colleagues,

This is actually the first time I post a new topic, so I hope I am doing it OK.

I am currently translating some technical sheets on suncreen lotions and sprays from English to Spanish (product formulation, end product specifications, package specifications, SPF determination and clinical trials).

I am trying to find some support material in the Internet, such as bilingual or Spanish glossaries and/or web pages on testing of sunscreen products (e.g. hydration, 14 day cumulative irritation test, mildness of test product, repeat insult patch test, comedogenicity study, pediatric safety in-use evaluation dermal irritation potential, phototoxicity, UVA protection factor, very water resistant claim substantiation) in order to be able to use the most commonly used terminology in Spanish.

Can anyone recommend me any useful literature or links to information on this topic?

Thank you very much in advance,

Yvonne Becker


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