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New Course To Cover Basic Cell Biology, Cell-Targeted Ingredients

August 2, 2013

“Basic Cell Biology, Skin Cells & Cell-Targeted Ingredients,” a new course, will be held Sept. 23, 2013 at the Long Beach Hilton Hotel, Long Beach, CA.

This course is an overview of basic cell biology, key skin cells and cell-targeted ingredients designed to affect specific cell functions.
Cosmetic chemists, product developers, marketers, raw material suppliers, trainers and others should find the material highly applicable and appropriate to their individual interests regardless of their science background.

The instructor is Rebecca James Gadberry, widely recognized as one of the skin care industry’s leading ingredient authorities. She is chief executive officer of YG Laboratories, a formulator and manufacturer of next generation skin care for prestige, professional and medical brands worldwide.

More info: www.scconline.org
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