Getting stability and compatibility right for natural skin care formulations

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Getting stability and compatibility right for natural skin care formulations
June 15th is the date for the sixth edition of the Skincare Ingredients online event, and one of the highlights of the conference programme will be a webinar focused on natural formulation.

Since the advent of natural and organic formulations, one of the biggest challenges for cosmetic formulations experts is to insure that natural-based formulations remain stable and compatible.

To discuss this topic in greater detail we will be posing questions to experts at ingredients players Sabinsa and market research company Organic Monitor in an effort to discover what type of solutions are available to tackle these problems

To this end, Dr. Anurag Pande, who is vice president of scientific affairs at Sabinsa will discuss the main obstacles and then go into detail about the approach the company has taken to overcome these challenges.

Tips on solutions for naturals stability

Specifically he will answer a host of questions from the webinar moderator, including the typical stability and compatibility issues formulators are facing, as well as explaining about the unique set of challenges posed by formulating with complex botanicals.

Organic Montior’s Judi Beerling, who is the company’s technical research manager, will be contributing to the discussion with her observations about how naturals formulation is evolving and the best approach to ensure success.

Judi will be answering a host of questions that will include tips about the best tools available to ensure stability and compatibility, while also sharing with the audience her view of how the natural formulation arena will evolve in the future.

Other conference programme highlights

This year a full conference program will tackle the most pertinent and relevant issues in the skin care formulation arena, a program that has been compiled to bring you up to speed with what’s happening today and in the future.

Kicking off at 2pm GMT (London, UK) the event features a full-length conference program that will include up to eight webinar presentations on areas such as textures and sensorial, as well as all-important overview of what is happening in the market.

These presentations will be given by top industry experts from leading cosmetic players such as DCL Skin Care, as well as in-depth industry knowledge provided by market research company Kline Group.

The program will also include sponsored presentations from Merck, Brenntag, Codif, Corum and Sabinsa.

Conference program starts at 8am EST

The conerence program will commence with a market overview delivered by Nikola Matic, who is industry manager for chemicals and materials practices at Kline Group.

This presentation will provide an essential look in at the latest ingredients solutions and technologies and help these are helping formulators to respond to the latest consumer trends.

Right now big topics include texture and sensorial, anti-pollution, natural and organic formulations and biotechnology – all of which are likely to be touched on in this overview presentation.

Sensorial and textures

Following on from the overview webinar will be a presentation entirely devoted to the important topic of sensorial and texture attributes in formulation, an area that is increasingly proving to be the make or break attribute for many new product launches.

To discuss this topic we have invited Joel Rubin, the senior vice president of R&D for leading skin care provider DCL, and an expert in the field of sensorial and texture with 48 years of industry experience.

During the presentation, Rubin will share insights on how he incorporated a luxurious sensorial experience with high performance ingredients to create the re-launch of the DCL face, body and hair collection.

 

The event broadcast will be on Wednesday 15 June, 2016. For more information and to find out about how to register for free, please click here.

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