Webinar: Let's Get Clinical: Product Claim Studies

Let's Get Clinical: Product Claim Studies

Coming across many products in their careers, skin care professionals have certainly wondered why some products have certain claims. Whether it is expertly graded or consumer-perception based, clinical testing can prove efficacy claims for skin care products, but what exactly goes into that testing? Clinical testing of cosmeceutical skin care products can play a key role in substantiating product claims for packaging and advertising while also ensuring that products are safe and effective for use. Register today for this clinical webinar to dive into key terminology, the different types of studies, components, and instrumentation used to help with clinical studies that validates visible results.

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Beata Luberda-Goodman is a licensed aesthetician and massage therapist. She has 29 years of advanced education experience in the spa and aesthetic industry, specializing in skin care treatments for aging skin. Luberda-Goodman has trained physicians, nurses, massage therapists, and aestheticians to help bridge the gap between doctors and skin care professionals together in the medical spa industry. She has written over 120 curriculums for cosmetology, aesthetics, instructors, massage therapists, and nail technicians. In addition, she has been the senior regional aesthetic training manager for Revision Skincare since 2017 as well as the regional educator for the International Dermal Institute, Murad Sin Research Group, and DermaQuest Skin Therapy. Luberda-Goodman is also an authorized and licensed continuing education sponsor for the states of Illinois and North Carolina as well as the Association of Holistic Skin Care Practitioners and National Society of Paramedical Esthetic Professionals.


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