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Insightful Answers to Anti-Aging Questions

By Tom Branna , Editorial Director | September 4, 2013

Attend Happi’s Anti-Aging Conference & Tabletop Exhibition, Oct. 29 & 30, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick, NJ.

With the opportunity to hear from leading dermatologists, researchers and regulators in the anti-aging industry, formulators and suppliers are expected to flock to New Brunswick, NJ next month for Happi’s Anti-Aging Conference & Tabletop Exhibition.

Held Oct. 29 & 30, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency, the conference will include keynote lectures by Dr. Howard Murad, founder, Murad Inc., and Dr. James Leyden, University of Pennsylvania. Other sessions include a regulatory roundtable featuring Jennifer Thomas, US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Annie Ugurlayan, senior attorney, NAD, and Georgia Ravitz, partner, Arent Fox; and a dermatologist roundtable discussion featuring Dr. Patricia Farris, Dr. Neil Sadick and Dr. Susan Taylor.

“Attending the anti-aging conference is the most prudent way to gain insight into the entire anti-aging category, as well as providing an opportunity to audit well known developers of anti-aging technologies and active ingredients,” said conference chairman Navin Geria, principal, Doctors Skin Prescription and longtime Happi columnist.

Other presenters include leading industry experts such as Dr. Ronni Weinkauf, VP-R&D, Neostrata; Dr. Curtis Cole, VP-R&D, Johnson & Johnson; Nancy Mills, Kline & Company and Laurence Dryer, director of R&D, Obagi.

Speakers will answer a host of questions such as:
  • What are the fundamental considerations in developing superior, effective anti-aging formulations?
  • What is the research and regulatory status of sunscreens?
  • What does the market research says about the global anti-aging innovations?
  • What is the science behind stem cells? Growth factors? DNA protective actives? Botanical antioxidants?
  • What are the causes of hyperpigmentation and what are the most effective skin lighteners?
“Aging is a constantly evolving mercurial phenomenon, which can never be fully understood only as a biological process, defying earlier assumptions,” observed Geria. “A sole, hero or fountain of youth product to prevent aging does not exist. It requires groups of different products that work together to provide superior overall anti-aging benefits.”

By bringing together regulators, dermatologists, formulators and suppliers together in one location, Happi’s Anti-Aging Conference & Tabletop Exhibition promises to be the one event where all your questions will be answered and will afford you the opportunity to expand your knowledge of the rapidly growing anti-aging category. 


For more information, contact Tom Branna, VP/editorial director, Happi at 201.825.2223; tbranna@rodmanmedia.com
To register:  http://conference.happi.com/
For exhibition information, contact Art Largar, publisher, at 201.880.2259; alargar@rodmanmedia.com

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