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in-cosmetics Asia 2013: a Hub for Innovation and Debate
Posted: July 31, 2013
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The cosmetic and personal care industry is fast-paced, with changing consumer preferences meaning manufacturers must work hard to stay ahead of the competition. At in-cosmetics Asia, the Educational Programme is a forum for discussion about the latest trends and technologies to help visitors hone their marketing and product development strategies.
Workshops offer practical advice to formulators, bench chemists and R&D professionals, as well as marketers, distributors and brand owners. The six sessions have been specifically chosen to tackle the biggest factors facing the industry right now.
Barbara Olioso, founder of The Green Chemist Consultancy, is running two hands-on sessions that will help visitors tap into rising demand for natural and organic products: Master Chemist Class For Organic And Natural Emulsions and Master Chemist Class For Natural Rinse-Off Personal Care Products.
Skin blemishes and aging are top concerns for consumers. Karl Lintner, PhD; Alain Deguercy, PhD; and Jean Christopher Pittet, PhD, offer their expertise in two medium-high level workshops for formulators and chemists. The Skin Blemishes (Acne Melasma): Going Beyond BB, CC And DD puts the latest ingredients and mechanisms for skin-whitening and anti-acne treatments in the spotlight, while the Anti-Aging Actives: The AAA Aproach workshop gives attendees a chance to learn about genome expression analysis in relation to cellular aging.
Visitors can also learn about exporting to the U.S. in How to Introduce Your Beauty Brand into the US Market: A Step by Step Plan! and attend a Thai-language session–Practical Testing for Cosmetic and Personal Care Products–that presents solutions including chemical, microbiological and physical testing.