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|How to evaluate the performance of cosmetic products.|
|The assessment of the olfactive perception of a cosmetic product can be is a complex task.|
There are different possibilities to measure the performance of a cosmetic product: sensory or analytical odour measurement techniques and also combinations thereof.
It is very important to select the method carefully to provide meaningful answers to the product developers. The odour measurements can be targeted to assess the products shelf-life , to improve the sensory experience of the product or to support and document product claims.
This webinar gives an overview of state of the art sensory and analytical approaches to evaluate cosmetic products performance.
|Sensory analysis to support the product development chain|
|Today more and more companies are aware that the smell of a product can have a significant impact on consumer’s product experience.|
Demonstrating a product’s ability to influence the way in which we perceive odours in our everyday lives can also be key in marketing a product’s performance.
Sensenet offer a range of sensory and analysis tools to assists manufacturers, designers and marketing teams of consumer and trade goods to improve the sensory experience all along their product development chain.
|Insights into GC-Sniffing analysis, Case studies, and applications.|
|The smell perceived in a product is the result of the combination of different individual odors in a specific proportion.|
We use state-of-the-art analytical methods, combined with trained human assessors to determine the molecular origin of odors and which are the relevant volatile compounds.
Understanding the chemical origin of the characteristic odor of a product or material is key to improving it sensory.
|Odour Threshold Value calculation in odorants|
|Odour Activity Value (OAV) is often used to know the ‘weight’ of perception of an odorant . This is calculated from the abundance of that odorant molecule divided by the odour detection threshold, or Odour Threshold Value (OTV).|
The odour detection threshold is understood to be the lowest concentration of a certain odor compound that is perceivable by the human sense of smell.In practical terms this is a very variable value, because human olfactive sensitivity varies over a wide range. This uncertainty has been removed by making OTV’s traceable to an agreed reference stimulus, in the EN13725:2003 European olfactometry standard.