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Cosmeceuticals Summit 2006 Approaches

February 10, 2006

The two-day Cosmeceuticals Summit 2006, will be held on March 23-24 at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay Hotel, Miami, FL. The summit’s distinguished list of speakers include: Dr. Xiaochun Luo, vice president of new technology, Avon (new trends in skincare); Dr. Neelam Muizzuddin, lab director, clinical research, Estée Lauder (the effects of psychological stress on the skin); Dr. Michael Farwick, R&D manager active ingredients, Degussa AG (sphingolipid signalling); Dr. Toni Miller, scientific director, Essex Testing Clinic (clinical testing); and Dr. Nava Dayan, senior principal scientist, skin care, Lipo Chemicals (a novel skin brightening system). More info: www.piranet.com/conf/bro/cosmeceuticalbrochure.pdf; (207) 781-9617.
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