Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health will unveil a diverse set of studies covering areas such as skin microbiome and cleansing, pollution-induced skin damage, sun protection, skin hydration and others at the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) Virtual Meeting Experience (VMX) 2020, which will launch June 12-14, 2020.
Members of the dermatology community who have registered for the meeting can gain access to all Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health-accepted studies and author videos through the AAD VMX portal.
“Our goal at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health is to be the world leader in skin health by consistently delivering transformative solutions with real impact to consumers around the world,” says Caroline Tillett, Global Head R&D, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health, in a media release.
“We are excited to share our latest research and we congratulate the American Academy of Dermatology for rapidly developing its virtual experience and providing this essential scientific exchange. It is critical to share the latest research with dermatology professionals as we work to address unmet consumer needs.”
See Below for All 15 Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health Abstracts at the AAD VMX 2020:
- The Longitudinal Evolution of Skin Microbiome of Children from Birth to 10 Years of Age
- Sunscreen Attitudes and Usage: Consumer Insights from a Large Study in United States
- Comparison of SPF50+ and SPF100+ sunscreens on the induction of cutaneous pigmentation over multiple days: a real-world, single center, randomized, double-blinded evaluation
- Temporal Increase in the Number of Annual Days with a Very High UV Index Across the U.S.
- Assessment of the Level of UVA Protection Factor (UVAPF) Provided by Various Sunscreens Marketed in the US
- Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5) as a Model of Pollution Induces Hyperpigmentation in Melanocytes Potentially via Oxidative Stress
- Evaluation of Ascorbic Acid and a Capsulated Ascorbic Acid-Containing Serum for Protection against Ambient Particulate Matter 2.5 and UV
- A Novel Acetyl Dipeptide Demonstrates Pleiotropic Gene Expression, Optimized Bioavailability, and Perceived Antiaging
- A Scoring Method to Assess the Gentleness of Cleansers
- The Suitability of a Polyacrylate Cross Polymer Cleanser for Sensitive Skin; Clinical, Patient Experience and Microbiome Observations from 17 Clinical Studies
- Evaluation of the Mildness Potential of Liquid Cleansers
- Topical Treatment with Kiwi-Derived Yeast Extract Increases Hyaluronic Acid Resulting in Improved Skin Hydration and Clinically Perceived Facial Radiance
- Tolerance and Subject Satisfaction of an Over the Counter Colloidal Oatmeal (Avena Sativa) Lotion in Patients with Psoriasis and Sensitive Skin
- Mandelic Acid, a Lipophilic Alpha Hydroxy Acid, Reduces Lipid Production, Enhances Exfoliation and Provides Clinical and Patient Perceivable Benefits to Oily and Photodamaged Skin
- Novel Association of Retinol-Myrtus Extract Complex-Mediated Elastin and Collagen Expression with Epigenetic Changes Through miRNAs Regulators
All posters can be found on the AAD VMX 2020 poster database.
[Source(s): Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health, PR Newswire]