Evaluation of Potential Phototoxicity Skin Reaction After Use of MC2-01 Cream

2019-04-02 10:04:51 | BioPortfolio


This trial is a 4-day, randomized study to determine the phototoxic potential of MC2-01 Cream when topical application to healthy skin is followed by light exposure.


This study evaluates the potential of MC2-01 (CAL/BDP 0.005/0.042w/w%) Cream to cause a phototoxic reaction using a controlled photopatch test design. Because MC2-01 Cream is formulated for topical use and have shown to absorb light, it is necessary to determine the potential of this product to cause a phototoxic reaction after topical application and irradiation of the skin.

Study Design




MC2-01 Cream, irradiation, MC2-01 Cream, no irradiation, MC2-01 vehicle, irradiation, MC2-01 vehicle, no irradiation, Control, irradiation


TKL Research Inc
Fair Lawn
New Jersey
United States




Drug Delivery Solutions Ltd. (part of MC2 Therapeutics)

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