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  • In-cosmetics 2016

    in-cosmetics Formulation Summit 2016 brings together 100+ top formulators , R&D professionals and leading experts in all aspects of beauty protection.

    The two-day meeting showcases the best of cosmetic protection, from the latest R&D findings on how to protect skin and hair to successful strategies for protecting the product and the brand.

    On Day 1, experts will explain the background behind this trend and where it is heading. They will show how skin and hair is damaged by pollution, UV, and heat. The different ways that cosmetics can offer protection will be discussed along with claims and their substantiation.

    Day 2 will focus on protecting the formula including preservation, stability and safeguarding sensitive actives, securing the supply chain, protecting intellectual property and maintaining brand integrity.

    The summit showcases the latest innovations in protection and gives a unique opportunity to talk one-to-one with the experts. Delegates will take away new insights, solutions and strategies for developing products that truly protect.

  • Key Topics

    DAY 1 - PROTECTING SKIN &  HAIR DAY 2 - PROTECTING PRODUCT & BRAND INTEGRITY
    Impact of urban pollution on skin How to survive the Preservative Crisis
    Protection trends - Where next? Global brands meet the preservative challenge
    Asian beauty products designed to defend Stability testing – Are we doing the right tests?
    Damaging global pollution levels - The facts Packaging to the rescue
    Safeguarding skin & hair - Leading brands show the way Protect & deliver sensitive actives
    Formulating effective shields Patent Protection - The dos and don’ts
    Counteracting pollution - Latest approaches Protecting the supply chain
    Protecting from UV, HEV, IR, Heat & EMR Ethical audits with the Pressure of REACh
    Protection – Testing efficacy & claims Do you really know? - Forensic labelling
    Panel of experts - from SPF to PPF Closing discussion with the experts

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