Dermatest Logo
startbild klein en

Dermatest was testing ingredients of cosmetics for NDR television

For the program "The tricks of doctors and pharmacists" from the 17th of november 2014, Dr. Werner Voss answered questions from the NDR to moisturizing ingredients of cosmetics from drugstores and pharmacies in Germany.

New TV report about hyaluronic acid creams on WDR

Dermatest tested various hyaluronic acid creams for the WDR television show "markt" on 22.09.2014.
The language of this video is German. 

Dermatest on NDR television

On 31.03.2014, the report "The tricks of the cosmetics industry" aired on NDR television. Some footage and interviews were taken at Dermatest.
The video can be seen below and in the NDR Mediathek.
The language of this video is German. 

SUPERFLEX – guests at Dermatest

The members of the international SUPERFLEX project were Dermatest’s guests in March.
While they were with us, the scientists from Spain, Italy, the UK, Rumania, Israel and Germany presented the results of their first six months of joint research activity.

Read more...

TV report about antidegradants in natural cosmetics

Dr. Voss talks about antidegradants in natural cosmetics on NDR television (02.09.2013).
The video can be seen below and in the NDR Mediathek
The language of this video is German.

Dermatest in the DM-Check from WDR television

Dermatest tested various moisturizers for the program 'Markt' on WDR television.
The video can be seen below and in the WDR Mediathek.
The language of this video is German.

Dr Voss interviewed by Cossma Media

What to do against photo-aging

Just ask the mouse

We are also happy to answer queries and requests submitted by junior scientists. For the programme ‘Frag doch mal die Maus’ (‘Just ask the mouse’), we determined the sun-protection factor of chocolate-hazelnut spread. When the show was broadcast on Saturday evening, celebrities were invited to try to answer the question ‘What is the sun-protection factor of chocolate-hazelnut spread?’

Read more...

ÖKO-TEST interview with Dr Schlippe, March 2010

‘Dermatologically tested’ or ‘clinically proven’: there is hardly any cosmetic product that does not bear one of these statements or a similar claim. Anyone who is led to believe that they are buying a particularly beneficial product should think again. This is because the approbation is, in fact, commonplace.

Read more...