Webinars

    Game Changing Clinical Research on Skin Health

    Game Changing Clinical Research on Skin Health

    September 15, 2016

    Join us for a webinar on Thursday, September 15, 2 pm EST 

    As Boomer and even Millennials take a more proactive and therapeutic approach to improved skin health, an increasing interest by manufacturers reflects this healthy aging trend. It is estimated currently there are 800 million 60+ women in the U.S. and by 2050 that number is estimated to reach 2 billion.

    With the growing demand for clinically proven and safe ingredients in the skin health category, OmniActive conducted a 12-week double-blind placebo controlled study where researchers supplemented healthy individuals with mild to moderate dry skin using Lutemax 2020 lutein with enhanced zeaxanthin isomers. Lutemax 2020 supplementation resulted in a rare combination of outcomes for more beautiful, healthy skin.*

    Join us to learn more about the surprising benefits of lutein and zeaxanthin isomers to help promote healthy skin over a lifetime.*


    Speaker:
    •Dr. Alain Khaiat, PhD


    Dr. Khaiat was awarded the first in-cosmetics Lifetime Achievement Award in Paris in April 2010. With more than 35 years of experience in the cosmetic industry having served as a V.P. R&D and QA with, Johnson & Johnson, Yves Rocher and Revlon; Alain Khaiat has created SEERS Consulting in 2006. Dr. Khaiat is President of the CTFA of Singapore, V.P. Technical and Scientific Body, member of the International Dialogue for the Evaluation of Allergens (IDEA) Supervisory Group, a joint project between IFRA and the EU commission and the Chairman of the ISO TC 217 (cosmetics).


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    Hospital Acquired Infection: It’s Serious Business

    Hospital Acquired Infection: It’s Serious Business

    May 22, 2014

    Disposable Medical Products and the HAI Challenge
    May 22, 2014 10:30 am EST (US)/15:30 GMT
    Expert consensus points to the presence of dangerous pathogens in the hospital environment as a major cause of hospital acquired infection. Most deaths related to antibiotic resistance happen in healthcare settings such as hospitals and nursing homes. As these institutions become superbug seedbeds only persistent and dedicated hospital hygiene can save them from significant liability. This depends on the timely spread of disposable hygiene and hygienically optimized products at the point of attack.

    WHERE ARE YOU IN THE STREAM OF THINGS? PLEASE REGISTER NOW FOR ONE HOUR OF ENGAGEMENT IN THIS ALL-IMPORTANT SUBJECT. GAUGE YOUR STRENGTHS AND CHALLENGES.


    Speakers
    - Keynote: Dave Rousse, President, INDA. Disposable Medical Products: Changing the Game in Hospital Acquired Infections
    - Product Perspectives: Helena Engqvist, President, Enqvist Consulting. Development Trends in Disposable Medical Products.

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    Location: Ramsey
    Contact: Karen McIntyre
    Phone: 201-825-2552


    Discover New Technologies to Enhance Your Shampoo and Body Wash Formulations

    Discover New Technologies to Enhance Your Shampoo and Body Wash Formulations

    September 4, 2013

    Join Happi on September 4 at 2 pm EST,  when we present New Technologies to Enhance Your Shampoo and Body Wash Formulations. The webinar is sponsored by Nexeo Solutions in partnership with Dow Personal Care. The featured speaker with be Dr. Janet Windisch, research scientist, Dow Personal Care.

    Featured Speaker
    Dr. Janet Windisch, Research Scientist
    Dow Personal Care


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    Location: Ramsey
    Contact: Tom Branna
    Phone: 201-825-2552