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DDL Adds Photostability Testing to its Portfolio

09:00 EST 15 Nov 2017 | PR Web

Photostability testing of pharmaceuticals, combination products, cosmetics and other products now available at Eden Prairie, MN facility

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (PRWEB) November 15, 2017

DDL, Inc. announced today it is now offering photostability testing at its Eden Prairie, MN lab facility to assess the response to light exposure of pharmaceutical and combination products, cosmetics and other products.

Photostability testing simulates lighting that may be encountered during the product lifecycle, such as sunlight or fluorescent lights. After exposure, the samples are compared with a control sample to determine if significant changes occurred.

“Photostability testing is an important component of many testing regimens to ensure products and packages will not be adversely impacted by various lighting conditions,” said Corey Hensel, General Manager, DDL, Inc. “DDL is an experienced testing laboratory that offers efficient study management and fast turn-around to satisfy our customer’s photostability testing needs.

Please visit http://www.testedandproven.com for more information.

About DDL
DDL is a third party testing facility that offers expert package, product and materials testing, primarily serving the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. DDL’s testing laboratories are located in Eden Prairie, MN and Fountain Valley, CA. Visit http://www.testedandproven.com for more information about the services offered by DDL.

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