Preservatives, skin care actives, natural ingredients and supply chain regulations... These are just a few of the topics to be covered next month during the Innovation Seminars at in-cosmetics Paris. One of the world's largest personal care events, the show will also feature more than 700 exhibitors, as well as exclusive workshops and three new offerings that are sure to captivate attendees with interactivity and cutting edge technology.
The seminars will be presented by more than 50 personal care industry material suppliers and service providers and will be free to registrants. Common themes among the seminar topics include preservation, "natural," anti-aging, actives, hair care and deodorants and antiperspirants.
Innovation Symposium on Supply Chain Information
Planning to attend in-cosmetics 2016? As a part of the Innovation Seminars, UL will present a 90-minute program to address supply chain regulatory, compliance and sustainability challenges.
The program, which will take place on Wednesday, April 13, 2016, will feature presentations by subject matter experts from UL, Prospector and Gattefosse.
The following suppliers listed in Prospector will also be presenting seminars:
In addition to the Innovation Seminars, show organizers have added several new offerings to this year's line-up. Two interactive options: the Sensory Bar and the Formulation Lab. A select group of exhibitors will offer opportunities to engage your senses with innovative textures, sensations fragrances and colors at the Sensory Bar. And event-goers looking for practical training will be able to apply to attend free practical formulation training sessions from Evonik, Ashland and Lucas Meyer.
Visit the in-cosmetics Paris website for more information on all show events and show registration...
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