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Cosmeceutical Conference June 2-3

December 9, 2005

The second annual cosmeceuticals forum will be held June 2-3 in New York City. The agenda offers a lineup of experts who will discuss a variety of new topics and trends in the cosmeceutical industry, including scientific advances such as protein heat induction, nano particles and green tea-based age management lines; new technologies and delivery options to enhance efficacy and suit various skin types; strategic sourcing and partnerships to achieve breakthroughs; product safety, claims and patents and how to reach out to ethnic segments. For registration and program information, call (800) 599-4950; Website: www.srinstitute.com/CG123; E-mail: info@srinstitute.com.
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