A study by MDIS Singapore, conducted by Dr Poon Kar Lai & Dr Kelvin Wong. Imaging of study is performed at the Singapore Bioimaging Consortium, A STAR (Agency for Science, Technology And Research): Capability of Science On Skin UV Porcelain+ to reduce pigment formation (melanin inhibition).
“… Primary Objective of this study is to assess the capability of Science On Skin UV Porcelain+ to reduce pigment formation (melanin inhibition) using Zebrafish embryos as a vertebrate model organism. Zebrafish have similar genetic structure to humans. They share 70 per cent of genes with humans, and 84 per cent of genes known to be associated with human disease have a zebrafish counterpart. As a vertebrate, the zebrafish has the same major organs and tissues as humans. Their muscle, blood, kidney and eyes share many features with human systems.... Secondary Objective of this study is to validate the superiority of Science On Skin UV Porcelain+ versus a leading competitive product, in the capability to reduce pigment formation (melanin inhibition) ...”
Conclusion: UV Porcelain+ has demonstrated a measurable capability to reduce pigment formation (melanin inhibition) using the Zebrafish vertebrate model, and has also demonstrated significant superiority over the leading competitive product.