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June 15th 2016

The fast changing skin care category remains the largest in the industry. As testimony to the pace of change, the past year has seen the dynamics of the category change significantly, with some of the faster-paced emerging markets losing momentum, newer markets coming to the fore and the development of trends such as anti-pollution, skin health and the further evolution of sensorial all serving to reimagine the landscape.

Although continuous innovation is key to staying on top, this is increasingly challenging in a category that prides itself on being the most technologically advanced and fastest moving in the beauty industry.

With research so vast and in-depth, tackling the challenges of sustainability, regulatory compliance, and formulation in finished products are all vital for future success.

In this, the sixth successive Cosmetics Design online event, we bring you the latest consumer and market insights, scientific developments and technical innovations in the Skin Care Ingredients space.

Conference programme webinars:
SCI16-Webinar-WC-Cosmetic-2016-An A to Z Overview of the Global Skin Care Ingredients Market

An A to Z Overview of the Global Skin Care Ingredients Market - by William Reed Business Media

Nikola Matic - Kline Group, Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign.com

With global sales forecast of over USD 130 billion in 2019, skin care continues to...

SCI16-Webinar-WC-Cosmetic-2016-City therapeutic: how your lifestyle impacts your skin?

City therapeutic: how your lifestyle impacts your skin? - by CODIF

Autcharee Tragarnvaraporn - Brenntag Ingredients Public Company Limited, Gabrielle Moro - Codif

The city can be exciting; the buzz, the chaos, the late night shopping… But your...

SCI16-Webinar-WC-Cosmetic-2016-Energize dermocosmetics by nature

Energize dermocosmetics by nature - by EMD

Dr. Dagmar Kleefeld - Merck KGaA, Dr. Lilia Heider - Merck KGaA

Satisfy consumer’s demand for natural, sustainable and innovative dermocosmetic products when suffering from demanding, exhausted...

SCI16-Webinar-WC-Cosmetic-2016-Sensorial and Texture webinar

Sensorial and Texture webinar - by William Reed Business Media

Deanna Utroske - CosmeticsDesign.com, Joel Rubin - DCL

We know that if a product doesn’t feel or smell good on the skin chances...

SCI16-Webinar-WC-Cosmetic-2016-Design for Skin Health and Equilibrium

Design for Skin Health and Equilibrium - by Corum

Ginny Chang - Corum Inc., Snow Hsieh - Corum Inc.

A few years ago, brand ambassadors were models or celebrities famed for being beautiful. Now...

SCI16-Webinar-WC-Cosmetic-2016-Getting stability&compatibility right with natural-based ingredients

Getting stability and compatibility right with natural-based ingredients - by William Reed Business Media

Anurag Pande, PhD - Sabinsa Corporation, Judi Beerling - Organic Monitor, Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign.com

The cosmetics and personal care industry has seen a sea change in the last decade,...

SCI16-Webinar-WC-Cosmetic-2016-DCosmix - An intelligent integration of science and performance

DCosmix - An intelligent integration of science and performance - by Sabinsa Cosmetics

Anurag Pande, PhD - Sabinsa Corporation

The Personal care industry has seen a sea of changes in the last decade with...

June 24th 2015

The ever-changing skin care segment is the cosmetics industry’s largest, and with break-neck growth in emerging markets, alongside continuing demand for natural and anti-aging products in developed markets, there are big rewards for those who can capture the imagination of these consumers.

Although continuous innovation is key to staying on top, this is increasingly challenging in a category that prides itself on being the most technologically advanced and fastest moving in the beauty industry.

With research so vast and in-depth, tackling the challenges of sustainability, regulatory compliance, and formulation in finished products are all vital for future success.
In this, the fifth successive Cosmetics Design online event, we bring you the latest consumer and market insights, scientific developments and technical innovations in the Skin Care Ingredients space.

Conference programme webinars:
SCI15-WRBM1-WC-Cosmetics-2015-Spreadability and efficacy

Spreadability and efficacy - by William Reed Business Media

Andrew McDougall - CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com, Marc Pissavini - Coty

One of the criticisms of sunscreen and skin creams is the spreadability and how to...

SCI15-WRBM3-WC-Cosmetics-2015-A global regulatory overview of the skin care market

A global regulatory overview of the skin care market - what you need to know - by William Reed Business Media

Alain Khaiat - Seers Consulting, Michelle Yeomans - CosmeticsDesign-Asia.com

Industry veteran Dr. Khaiat will give an overview of regulatory guidelines in Europe, the US...

SCI15-WRBM4-WC-Cosmetics-2015-Essential oils in personal care: benefits and pitfalls

Essential oils in personal care: benefits and pitfalls - by William Reed Business Media

Andrew McDougall - CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com, Brian Cook - Nu SKin Enterprises, Helen Knaggs - Nu SKin Enterprises, Jin Namkoong - Nu Skin Enterprises

Essential oils have been valued by many cultures for centuries. They are volatile and complex...

SCI15-WRBM5-WC-Cosmetics-2015-Skin Care Ingredients 2015: Roundtable discussion

Skin Care Ingredients 2015: Roundtable discussion - by William Reed Business Media

David Tyrrell - Mintel, Kimberley Norman - Institute for In Vitro Sciences, Marina Lefort - Merck KGaA, Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign.com

The Skincare Ingredients 2015 event programme will culminate in an in depth panel discussion with...

SCI15-Corum-WC-Cosmetics-2015-Correcting Spots with a 4-Level Mechanism against Skin Pigmentation

Correcting Spots with a 4-Level Mechanism against Skin Pigmentation - by Corum

Ginny Chang - Corum Inc., Jill Hsu - Corum Inc., Snow Hsieh - Corum Inc.

Perfect skin tone has always been endlessly explored as an important beauty topic. The cosmetic...

SCI15-IIVS-WC-Cosmetics-2015-Using Non-animal Test Methods

Using Non-animal Test Methods to Meet Regulatory and Product Formulation Needs - by IIVS

Kimberly Norman - Institute for In Vitro Sciences

In order to meet international regulatory demands and deliver safe products to the market, the...

November 13th 2014

The new Cosmetics-Design online forum concept has been developed by our editors to feature the most innovative and thought provoking companies and personalities in the cosmetics industry and provide fresh insight into the issues shaping the market via a more interactive format. This new series of one-hour live discussion forums will delve into hot topics such as anti-aging hair care and color cosmetics that can easily be viewed from your computer live or on demand.

Conference programme webinars:
Forum - Cosmetics - 2015 - Multifunctional Colour Cosmetics Forum

The CosmeticsDesign Multifunctional Colour Cosmetics Forum - by William Reed Business Media

Carl Geffken - Carl Geffken Consultants, Imogen Matthews - Imogen Matthews Associates, Jamie Mills - Datamonitor, Michelle Yeomans - CosmeticsDesign.com

In this unique discussion, our panel will explore how BB, CC, and DD creams have...

HCAA14-WC-Cosmetics-2014-Anti-Aging Hair Care Forum

The CosmeticsDesign.com USA Anti-Aging Hair Care Forum - by William Reed Business Media

Angela Diesch - Kronick, Moskovitz, Tiedemann & Girard, Donna Barson - Kline & Company, Jeanine Recckio - Mirror Mirror Imagination Group, Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign.com

In this unique discussion, our expert panel will explore how skin care trends are shaping...

Cosmetics-Forum-WC-Cosmetics-2015-Hair Loss

Hair Loss - A CosmeticsDesign Forum - by William Reed Business Media

Angela Diesch - Kronick, Moskovitz, Tiedemann & Girard, David Salloum, PhD - The Procter and Gamble Company, Jeanine Recckio - The Procter and Mirror Mirror Imagination Group, Mike Davis - The Procter & Gamble Company, Oru Mohiuddin - Euromonitor International, Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign.com

Please join us for this insightful take on the fast-growing market for topical products and...

June 18th 2014

The ever-changing skin care segment is the cosmetics industry’s largest, and with break-neck growth in emerging markets, alongside continuing demand for natural and anti-aging products in developed markets, there are big rewards for those who can capture the imagination of these consumers.

Although continuous innovation is key to staying on top, this is increasingly challenging in a category that prides itself on being the most technologically advanced and fastest moving in the beauty industry.

With research so vast and in-depth, tackling the challenges of sustainability, regulatory compliance, and formulation in finished products are all vital for future success.

In this, the fourth successive Cosmetics Design online event, we bring you the latest consumer and market insights, scientific developments and technical innovations in the Skin Care Ingredients space.

Conference programme webinars:
SCI14-WRBM1-Cosmetics-2014-How Biomimetics is helping to shape the future of skin care

How Biomimetics is helping to shape the future of skin care - by William Reed Business Media

Andrew McDougall - CosmeticsDesign.com, Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign.com

Although biomimetics is a technology that has been around for decades, it has started to...

SCI14-WRBM2-Cosmetics-2014-To sell or not to sell? Tackling regulation in China – animal testing

To sell or not to sell? Tackling regulation in China – animal testing debate - by William Reed Business Media

April Guo - CIRS China, Dr. Rodger Curren - Institute for In Vitro Sciences, Michelle Yeomans - CosmeticsDesign.com

Regulatory Status of Animal Testing in Cosmetics in China by April GuoAs head of cosmetic...

SCI14-WRBM3-CD-2014-Skin Deep Beauty – The Latest Trends on the Skin Care Market

Skin Deep Beauty – The Latest Trends on the Skin Care Market - by William Reed Business Media

Andrew McDougall - CosmeticsDesign.com, Karen Doskow - Kline & Company

Let Karen Doskow, Consumer Products Director at Kline & Company, take you on a tour...

 SCI14-WRBM4-CD-2014-Formulating for the future

Formulating for the future - by William Reed Business Media

Alexander Kielbassa - Merck KGaA, Dr. Rodger Curren - Institute for In Vitro Sciences, Elena Cañadas - Lubrizol, Karen Doskow - Kline & Company, Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign.com

This roundtable discussion will include a selection of the leading presenters from our SkinCare Ingredients...

SCI14-Mibelle-WB-Comsetics-Snow Algae Powder activates longevity genes

Snow Algae Powder activates longevity genes - by Mibelle Biochemistry

Dr. Daniel Schmid - Mibelle Biochemistry, Dr. Fred Zülli - Mibelle Biochemistry

Snow Algae Powder is a novel active based on an extremophile algae living on glaciers....

SCI14-Merck KgaA-Cosmetics-2014-Protection of skin’s natural defense system

Protection of skin’s natural defense system - by Merck KGaA, Darmstadt Germany

Alexander Kielbassa - Merck KGaA, Dr. Dagmar Kleefeld - Merck KGaA

This webinar opens up new opportunities for innovative sun protection by supporting skin’s own defense...

SCI14-Schott-Cosmetics-2014-Under the Skin

Under the Skin - by SCHOTT AG

Maren Sowa-Gueuble - SCHOTT France

Cosmetic counseling as a point-of-sale and marketing service is a unique opportunity for direct, value...

SCI14-Lubrizol-Cosmetic-2014-Enhancing Performance by Formulating Robust and Efficient LCE Skin Care

Enhancing Performance by Formulating Robust and Efficient LCE Skin Care and Sun Care Systems - by Lubrizol

Laurent Blasco - Lubrizol Advanced Materials Europe BVBA, Lee Roberts - Lubrizol Advanced Materials Inc.

Liquid Crystal O/W Emulsions (LCE) mimic the organization of lipids in human skin. Such emulsions...

SCI14-Air Products-Cosmetics-2014-Revitalizing the Skin with Molecular Oxygen

Revitalizing the Skin with Molecular Oxygen - by Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.

Arnoldo Fonseca - Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., Joaquin Perez Sanchez - Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Upper layers of the skin rely on and are largely supplied by atmospheric oxygen. This...

June 15, 2011

Skin care continues to be the most innovative category in the cosmetics and personal care industry and in 2010 the global market was valued at $80 bn. While it has traditionally been dominated by the European markets, it is now the turn for the emerging markets to shine, and big rewards await those who can capture these consumers.

Skin Care Ingredients 2011 will focus on the defining trends shaping this sector, including targeting emerging markets, the ever growing appetite for anti-ageing products and how the green trend will affect formulation.

Conference programme webinars:
Market overview - New technologies and opportunities in global markets

Market overview - New technologies and opportunities in global markets

Vivienne Rudd - Mintel, Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign Europe

This keynote presentation will focus on how skin care ingredients are increasingly driven by sophisticated...

The role of pre- and probiotics in skin care of the future

The role of pre- and probiotics in skin care of the future

Stephen Daniells - NutraIngredients-USA.com and FoodNavigator-USA.com, Farage Al-Ghazzewi - Glycologic, Richard Tester - Glycologic

Prebiotics and probiotics are mostly associated with gut health, but the beneficial bacteria are now...

The growing importance of green chemistry in formulation

The growing importance of green chemistry in formulation

Katie Bird - CosmeticsDesign USA, Stephanie Clendennen - Eastman Chemical Company

Consumer demand for sustainable products continues to grow; but few are willing to accept performance...

Core Opportunities for Skincare in the BRIC Markets

Core Opportunities for Skincare in the BRIC Markets

Simon Pitman - CosmeticsDesign Europe, Virginia Lee - LycoRed, Martin Rudolph - Beiersdorf

The Brazil, Russia, India and China markets have helped many of the world’s leading cosmetic...

VE - SCI2011-WC-Food-2012- Antioxidants: The New Frontier in Skin Protection, Anti-aging and Beauty

Antioxidants: The New Frontier in Skin Protection, Anti-aging and Beauty - by William Reed Business Media

Clinical evidence has proven that just one day of unprotected sun exposure can cause irreversible...

VE-SCI11-Food-2012-Formulating Towards Fairer Skin

Formulating Towards Fairer Skin - by Lubrizol

Bryan Moran - Lubrizol’s Noveon® Consumer Specialties

With many options for formulators to deliver skin whitening systems that delight consumers, and encourage...

VE-SCI11-Food-2012-Delivering superior moisturising efficacy

Delivering superior moisturising efficacy - by Croda

Graham Pennick - Croda

Discover an innovative approach to effective moisturisation through Croda’s new moisturising complex DuraQuench IQ. Its...

VE-SCI11-Food-2012-Innovative Hyaluronic Acid & Peptide Solutions for a good look

Innovative Hyaluronic Acid & Peptide Solutions for a good look - by Evonik Industries AG

Geraldine Strutz - Evonik Goldschmidt, Jennifer Lange - Evonik Goldschmidt

If one was talking some years ago about anti-aging the general understanding was that an...

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