In a clinical-dermatological controlled study, 20 male and female participants aged 18 and over applied Scalp Relief Serum onto the skin to determine its efficacy in reducing itching, swelling and redness on human skin induced by a histamine solution. This known irritant was applied on the skin at the start of the study (T0min), after which Scalp Relief Serum was applied. The skin’s reaction was then assessed over a 60 minute period: after 5 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes and 60 minutes time interval.
The reduction of itching was evaluated in a 5-point scale indicated in scores from 0 (no itching) to 4 (very severe itching) and the reduction of redness and swelling was measured in dimensions in millimeter.
A gradual reduction in itching, swelling and redness was observed over the 60 minutes period and an average score of 0 (no itching) was observed at T 60min. Results hence showed that the Scalp Relief Serum was effective in providing relief to the skin.
The above results are from a study conducted on 20 subjects by Dermatest®GmbH in Germany, an independent testing facility as commissioned and funded by Lacorium Health International Pty Ltd.