Publications by authors named "Aurelie Maudet"

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Comparing the self-perceived effects of a facial anti-aging product to those automatically detected from selfie images of Chinese women of different ages and cities.

Skin Res Technol 2021 Apr 6. Epub 2021 Apr 6.

ModiFace, A L'Oréal Group Company, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Objective: To assess the agreement, after 1-month application of a popular and efficient anti-aging product, between self-perceived facial signs of aging and those detected and graded by an automatic A.I-based system, using smartphones' selfie images.

Material And Methods: Of 1065 Chinese women, aged 18-60 years, from eight different Chinese cities were recruited. They were asked to apply daily, for 1 month, a referential anti-aging product onto their whole face. Selfie images were taken by all subjects at D and D and sent to our facilities for being analyzed through 10 different facial signs. At D , all subjects were asked to fill a questionnaire on the status of their faces, through six general statements.

Results: A global agreement between both approaches is reached, particularly among women older than 40 years where the severity of facial signs is already more pronounced or among younger women who present at least facial signs scored above one grading units. This limit becomes, therefore, a prerequisite in the recruitment of Chinese subjects in the case of anti-aging applied studies and possible automatically based on automatic grading system. When respecting such conditions, the positive effects of the product on most facial signs can be demonstrated after 28 days of successive applications.

Conclusion: Such methodological approach paves the road in fulfilling the need of consumers of a better transparency in the claims of an anti-aging product.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/srt.13037DOI Listing
April 2021

A preliminary study to understand the effects of mask on tinted face cosmetics.

Skin Res Technol 2021 Mar 2. Epub 2021 Mar 2.

L'Oréal Research and Innovation, Tokyo, Japan.

Background: The recent COVID-19 pandemic has generalized the use of face mask in public area, and it is now common to wear it for long hours. But face mask interfere with cosmetics, and key concerns for tinted products are staining of the mask and degradation on face. Consumers have modified beauty routine by a decrease of makeup, but are now expecting new products adapted to face mask. Little is known about the mechanisms that affect most the makeup under the face mask, so that further studies are needed to develop adequate evaluation methods and products. In this study, the color transfer on mask and makeup degradation on face are assessed through a mixed approach of consumer and instrumental evaluation.

Materials And Methods: Two tinted face products (A and B) were applied by half face on 11 Japanese women, who conducted real-life activities with a face mask during 4 hours. Panelists evaluated the stain of their face mask by visual assessment, while the makeup degradation on face was evaluated by color measurement by instrumental method.

Results: No difference was observed between the two products for lasting on face, but consumer evaluation showed a better resistance of product A for color transfer on mask.

Conclusion: The mix of instrumental and consumer evaluation is a promising way to evaluate the makeup degradation on face and color transfer on mask, which are two key factors to develop mask resistant makeup products.
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8014104PMC
March 2021