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‘AAK Academy’ is April 24 and 29

April 21, 2014

Locations vary from East Coast to West Coast.

On April 24 & 29, AAK will present its AAK Academy/AAK Technology Seminar for Personal Care Formulators.  The April 24 event will be held at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ.
 
On April 29, presentations for the event, which will be held at the Marriott Warren Center in Woodland Hills, CA, will be made by Jari Alander, technical director and Sara Lampard, technical manager.

AAK Academy education is built around important topics related to the development of functional and sustainable personal care products—skin health; lipids; vegetable derived, renewable sources; sustainable processing; shelf life; optimal emollient blend for skin care; creating desirable texture; consistency and skin feel; crystallisation and rheology; and lipid based emulsifiers, according to AAK.

The events run from 8am to 5pm and include lunch.

More info: email, Noha Wakim noha.wakim@aak.com 
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