Recent in Event Coverage (page 28 of 29)

In-Cosmetics Asia and IFSCC Conference Postponed

Due to flooding in Bangkok, Thailand, the organizers of both In-Cosmetics Asia and the 2011 International Federation of the Societies of Cosmetic Chemists' (IFSCC) Conference have postponed their events, which were set to be held Nov 2-4, 2011, and Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2011, respectively.

FLSCC Incites Regulation Debate on Sunscreens

The Florida chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (FLSCC) held its 2011 Sunscreen Symposium on Sept. 15-17, 2011. The event’s theme, “The UVB/UVA Balancing Act: Choices and Change,” was supported not only in the presentations but was also reinforced through attendee questions and reactions to recent sunscreen regulation.

Speaker Lineup Announced for MWSCC Technical Symposium

The Midwest Chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (MWSCC) has announced its speaker lineup for the 2011 Technical Symposium. As this year’s theme is “The Many Faces of Cosmetic Science,” the event will feature speakers in spectroscopy, internet research, skin care devices, choosing fragrance for personal care products, the US Food and Drug Administration’s Final Rule on sunscreen labeling and ethnic care formulating.

NY SCC Suppliers' Day: Highlights from Day Two

Continuing its live report from the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NY SCC) Suppliers' Day, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine presents a few highlights from day two of the show, including color technology launches, naturals and preservatives, among others.

While the trend for natural and more eco-friendly ingredients at this year's show may come as no suprise, innovations launched in the color category—beyond just a new shade—are less common and therefore worth noting, especially considering the regulatory hurdles for which they are being designed to address. For instance, as reported on day one, Colipa is expected to release guidance suggesting that cosmetics contain less than 100 ppm heavy metal.

As Suppliers' Day 2011 closed, exibitors and attendees alike left feeling confident that the industry has survived the economic downturn, as evidenced by the continued innovative ingredient launches, which ensure an even better future.

NY SCC Suppliers’ Day: Show Highlights

Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine presents highlights from day one of the New York Chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists Suppliers' Day, including technology launches for hair conditioning, PEG-free thickening, naturals, photostability and low heavy metal content-pigments, among other trends.

Trends in Asian Cosmetic Raw Materials

At the Bell Flavors & Fragrances Fragrance Workshop, held on April 26, 2011, Taya Tomasello, Mintel's US director of beauty innovation, reviewed recent trends and traditions in Asia, which included ingredients formulated into or used to inspire the fragrance of personal care products.

In-Cosmetics Highlights Eco-responsible Cosmetics

In-Cosmetics 2011 was highly focused on the development of sustainable personal care products. This trend was found not only in the ingredients launched or highlighted there, but also in the featured seminars and special zones.

MWSCC Delivers Market Intel, Awards Lifetime Service

The Midwest chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (MWSCC) presented market intelligence and honored lifetime service at its April educational dinner meeting. Gillian Morris of Kline presented insights on the hair, skin and naturals markets, after which two industry veterans were presented the prestigious Stanley Allured Lifetime Service Award, named after the founding father of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine.

In-Cosmetics Overview: Day 3

The following is a sampling of the day's events, taken from Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine's Twitter account, CandTEditor.

In-Cosmetics Overview: Day 1 and 2

The following is a sampling of the days events, taken from Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine's Twitter account, CandTEditor.

Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine Announces R&D Award Winners

At the Suppliers' Reception at In-Cosmetics in Milan, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine announced the winners for its 2011 R&D Awards, which honor one new ingredient for its innovative design and one finished product for the novelty and craft of its formulation.

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