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Ride The Next Natural/Organic Wave is Oct. 21-22 in NYC

October 7, 2008

The plenary session of the Ride The Next Natural Organic Wave Conference will feature presentations such as “The status of natural and organic standards-who, what, why,” by Aveda and the Organic Trade Association and “The future of natural ingredients based on new dermatological findings,” by Dr. Zoe Draelos. The two-day conference, organized by Grayson Associates, will be held Oct. 21-22 at the New York Hilton.

Following the plenary session are three separate tracks covering advanced topics in skin care, anti-aging and special skin needs. Participants can move between tracks.

More info: www.graysonconferences.com
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