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.
Who should attend?
SkinCareIngredients2016 targets skin care and cosmetics R&D professionals, scientists, marketers, brand owners and formulators with an active involvement in the creation of skin care products.
So, to get started, please complete our simple registration form by clicking here.
Andrew McDougall: Deputy Editor at CosmeticsDesign.com
Deanna Utroske: Reporter at CosmeticsDesign.com
Ginny Chang: Marketing Section Manager at Corum Inc.
Joel Rubin: Senior vice President of R&D at DCL
Nikola Matic: Industry Manager, Chemicals & Materials at Kline Group
Simon Pitman: Senior Editor at CosmeticsDesign.com
Snow Hsieh: International Sales Manager at Corum Inc.