AP & Deo Efficacy Article In Happi Magazine

AP & Deo Efficacy Article In Happi Magazine

Our very own Barrie Drewitt and Cheryl Gizzi speak to Happi magazine all about clinical trials for efficacy for AP / Deo products

Testing ‘Cool’ Clothing With Good Morning America

Good Morning America visited us here at PCR to help them test ‘cool’ clothing.
Watch here now

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Testing Fake Makeup With NBC2 To See What They Contain

Our Technical Director, Barrie Drewitt helped NBC2 with a recent investigation about fake makeup and what’s in it. Watch this great investigation here.


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Happi Magazine Article On Leading Clinical Testing Organisations

Happi Magazine have a recent article on leading clinical testing organisations and the role they play in todays world.


Below is the part where PCR is mentioned. Read the full article here

Barrie Drewitt, technical director, Princeton Consumer Research Corp,

St. Petersburg, FL: Over the past 12 months, PCR has brought a new site into the fold, now offer clients the most diverse geographical population currently available by any other consumer product testing company in the world. PCR offers locations in Princeton, NJ; St. Petersburg, FL; Winnipeg, Canada; Manchester, England and Essex, England.

No other consumer product testing company can offer multiple testing locations with the technical ability that PCR can offer. PCR has some of the most advanced equipment for looking at fine lines and wrinkles, SPF values of products. We have five environmentally controlled rooms, too! We have recently added a variety of equipment to our lists at all sites, including: Courage & Khazaka’s Sebumeter, Corneometer, Tewameter, Mexameter, Skin-pH-Meter and Cutometer; Nova Dermal Phase Meter, AquaFlux TEWL;  SkiCon, IBS; Solar Simulator, Solar Light Co.; Laser Doppler Blood Flow Monitor, Moor Instruments; HiScope Fiber Optic Microscope, Hirox; Canfield Scientific’s exclusive RBX Technology, Visia-CR; Spectrophotometer CM-600D, Konica Minolta; Whole Face Imaging, REPLICA: Silflo; D-Squame, cured; Eotech 3D Digitalization, Eotech; Episcan, Longport Inc; Clarity Pro, BTBP and the Intellilab imaging system from Canfield.

Read the full article here


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Good Morning America Visits Princeton Consumer Research

Good Morning America recently visited us here at Princeton Consumer Research as part of their ‘Spend Low or YOLO’ series.

We helped them to discover whether an expensive deodorant is better than an average priced one.
Watch the video below.


David Chandler Lead Clinical Scientist Princeton Consumer Reseach

PCR Corp’s David Chandler Talks About ReGrowz

In 2015 we conducted a clinical trial for ReGrowz. Here our UK lead clinical scientist David Chandler talks about the study and the product.


Nu Gene and Princeton Consumer Article on CNN

Article By CNN About NuGene Working With Us

NuGene International, Inc. Validates Claims via Independent Study by Princeton Consumer Research


NuGene Universal Cream(R) Reduces Fine Lines and Improves Moisture Levels After Eight Weeks
May 26, 2015: 08:45 AM ET


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NuGene International, Inc. (“NuGene”) (OTCQB: NUGN), a developer, manufacturer and marketer of advanced skin and hair care lines utilizing adipose derived human stem cells and stem cell media, has announced the findings of an independent study to evaluate the anti-aging efficacy of NuGene’s Universal Cream compared to untreated skin.

The Universal Cream active site showed a statistically significant improvement from baseline as early as 4 weeks into treatment in all objective and subjective assessments. The conclusion of the study revealed that Universal Cream applied site had a 45.64% reduction of fine lines and wrinkles (expert visual assessment) and 16.32% improvement in the moisture level (corneometer) after eight weeks of treatment.

“It is important as we move forward that we provide our partners and customers with objective third party studies on our products,” stated Dr. M. Saeed Kharazmi, NuGene’s Chairman. “While we have received an abundance of client and professional testimonials, we believe that supporting our claims with independent research is one of the factors that set us apart from our competitors.”

The single-blinded, bi-lateral facial site study on 30 healthy male and female subjects over 35 years old with aged skin was performed to evaluate the anti-aging efficacy of Nugene’s Universal Cream over an eight week period.

The study was conducted over an 8-week treatment period with assessments at the beginning of the study, at week four and at week eight. Twenty-seven subjects completed the study, all of them over 35 years of age and mild to moderate aging of the face. The study was performed at Princeton Consumer Research between March 2, 2015 and May 1st, 2015.

Four measurements were used. A Corneometer® was used to assess skin hydration. A profilometry analysis was performed to examine expression-induced lines (crow’s feet.) Expert visual assessments were performed by the same qualified person throughout the test period. A Visia-CR Capture technology was used to capture images of all subjects’ faces during the assessments. Finally, each subject was provided with a self-perception questionnaire for evaluating the product attributes and to get their opinions on the efficacy of the product.

No adverse reactions were reported during the study. The placebo sites on each subject’s face showed no significant changes during the study. The active treated sites, on the other hand, showed statistically significant changes from baseline following both four and eight week assessments.

About NuGene International, Inc. NuGene International, Inc. specializes in developing, manufacturing and marketing proprietary regenerative cosmeceutical and pharmaceutical products based on adipose derived human stem cell and human stem cell media. The US Department of Health and Human Services calls regenerative medicine the “next evolution of medical treatments”. The regenerative medical market which includes cosmeceuticals and pharmaceuticals was estimated at $7.2 Billion in the US in 2014 and is expected to rapidly grow in the coming years according to RNCOS Business Consultancy Services Global Cosmeceuticals Market report. NuGene’s cosmeceutical and pharmaceutical products are based on proprietary stem cell based regenerative formulations derived from non-controversial, adult human stem cell derived media obtained from adipose tissue. NuGene’s exclusive products combine its in-house advancements, proprietary technologies, and patent pending formulations. The company has four patents pending covering 15 unique applications and inventions. NuGene’s goal is to leverage its knowledge and expertise to develop age defying cosmeceutical skincare and hair care products in addition to pharmaceutical products based on the same regenerative science platform.

Forward-Looking Statements This release contains forward-looking statements. Actual results may differ from those projected due to a number of risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to the possibility that some or all of the matters and transactions considered by NuGene International may not proceed as contemplated, and by all other matters and assumptions specified in NuGene’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, especially those risks and other matters described under “Risk Factors” within NuGene’s Form 10-Q filed with the Commission on May 15, 2015. These statements are made based upon current expectations that are subject to risk and uncertainty. NuGene does not undertake to update forward-looking statements in this news release to reflect actual results, changes in assumptions or changes in other factors affecting such forward-looking information.