The 6th Annual Cosmeceuticals conference, whichwill be held June 29-30 at the Marriott New York East Side, New York, NY, will again pool together renowned scientific researchers and business leaders from the dermatological and global beauty industry to develop and promote the latest innovations that continually redefine this business.The program chair is Navin Geria, vice president, research and development, SpaDermaceutical.
The keynote speakers are Dr. Howard D. Sobel, director, NY Skin and Spa Cosmetic Surgery Center, Clinical Attending in Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital Beth Israel Medical Center, and founder of Doctor’s Dermatologic Formula (DDF), and Dr. Neil Sadick, Sadick Research Group, clinical professor of dermatology, Weill Cornell Medical College, president of the Cosmetic Surgery Foundation, member of the board of examiners with the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, and global medical advisor for Christian Dior Beauty.
Dr. Sobel’s address is entitled “The Evolution of Cosmeceuticals…Where We Were, Where We Are, Where We Are Going.” Dr. Sadick’s presentation is “The Challenges of R&D, New Innovative Ingredients, Technologies and Approaches to Skin Care.”
Other presentations will include “How Old Do I Look? Consumer Insights on the Aging Process,” by Wendy Lewis, president, Wendy Lewis & Co. Ltd., Global Aesthetics, Consultancy; “Causes of Skin Aging; Identification of a Novel Source of Aging,” by Dr. Helen E. Knaggs, vice president, global research and development, Nu Skin;“Sirtuin Activation; A First Step in the Modulation of the Aging Process,” by Daniel H. Maes, PhD., senior vice president, research and development, The Estée Lauder Companies; “Addressing Cosmetic Concerns in Skin of Color,” by Dr. Andrew F. Alexis, director, Skin of Color Center, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, assistant clinical professor of dermatology, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons New York, NY;“Medically-Sound Guide to Reading the Personal Care Products ‘Tea Leaves,’” by Dr. Gary S. Friedman, Coty Testing Institute, Coty Research and Develop-ment; “Dual-DNA Repair—The Secret to Optimal Management of Skin Aging and Skin Rejuvenation,” by Dr. Vincent Giampapa, director, Plastic Surgery Center Internationalé and The Giampapa Institute for Anti-Aging Medical Therapy, assistant clinical professor, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey; “Use of Organotypic Tissue Models to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Cosmeceuti-cals,” by Mitch Klausner, vice president, scientific affairs, MatTek Corporation; “Skin-Compatible Liquid Crystals and Skin Barrier Function,” by Alain Thibodeau, director scientific affairs, B&T Company; “Breakthrough Tech-nology Development with Strategic Partnerships,” Dr. Janice J. Teal, group vice president and chief science officer, Avon Products, Inc.; “Advances In Skin Imaging Applications: From Research to Retail,” Jim Larkey, director of product management, Canfield Imaging Systems; “Face the Facts,” by JuE Wong, executive vice president, global sales, ZO Skin Health Inc. by Zein Obagi, MD, Beverly Hills;“Oral Nutrients for Skin Care,” by Zoraida DeFreitas, Ph.D., vice president, research & development, Kemin Health, L.C.; “The Inner Beauty of Organic Cosmetics—Certification Programs and How to Comply,” by Bob Durst, principal, Simple Organic Solutions LLC;“Current Perspective of FDA Standards,” by Georgia Ravitz, partner, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn PLLC; “Current Regulatory and Self-Regulatory Processes,” by Kat Dunnigan, staff attorney, National Advertising Division (NAD), Better Business Bureau; and “Recent Developments in Advertising and Claim Substantiation,” by Andy Lustigman Esq., The Lustigman Firm, P.C.
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