A day of Sensory Analysis with Gattefosse!

BeautyEdge spent the day with Gattefosse learning more about how our 5 senses work together to help create aesthetically pleasing cosmetic products. In the image below we are testing our textural evaluation skills.  

Are you looking for a unique cosmetic product texture?  BeautyEdge can help you develop a specialized “sensoround” ™ product experience customized for your brand.  Questions? Connect with us at info@beautyedgeinc.com


How does the sense of touch work?

Touch works by sending information to the spinal cord that then goes to the brain. Your somatic sensory system is responsible for your sense of touch. The somatic sensory system has nerve receptors that help you feel when something comes into contact with your skin. The most sensitive sensory receptors are found in the very top layers of the dermis and epidermis.