The sessions, led by microbiome experts, will provide a holistic view of the skin microbiome and its impact on cutaneous structure in healthy, aged and compromised states. Topics that will be covered include:
- “The Gut-Skin Connection and its Relation to Acne,” Dr. Raja Sivamani, director of clinical research, Department of Dermatology at the University of California
- “The Gut Microbiome and the Hair Follicle,” Aleks Richards, senior R&D manager, Nutrafol
- “Fresh Insights into the Skin Microbiome and Product Claims Essentials,” Carl D’Ruiz, senior manager of North American Regulatory and Governmental Affairs for Personal Care Products, DSM Nutritional Products, LLC.
- “The Influence of Cosmetic Ingredients on the Skin Microbiota,” Patrick Gonry, safety assessor, Gobiotics
- “The Host-Microbiota Axis in Skin Aging and Repair,” professor Matthew J. Hardman, chair in wound healing, Hull York Medical School and Director of Research, Hull York Medical School.
On Thursday, June 18th, at 11:00 am EDT, the presenters will participate in a live Q&A of the questions that registrants have had from the on-demand content. This interactive panel will be the finale of the Skin Microbiome symposium.
Additionally, during the week of Skin Microbiome content, registrants can go to the Digital Pop-Up & Solutions Center sponsored by NYSCC Suppliers’ Day. This platform will allow Skin Microbiome participants to source and learn more about companies that have ingredients and resources advancing microbiome science and product innovations. At this information portal, product materials, new product announcements and videos will be available for viewing and download. Participants will also be able to link directly with the suppliers to get more information and schedule appointments. The Digital Pop-Up Solution Center will also be a valuable resource in the months ahead before Suppliers’ Day takes place September 30-October 1, 2020 at the Javits Center in New York.
“NYSCC is excited to offer this new digital initiative to advance our members education and stay connected. Skin Microbiome is a complex topic and our members and beauty community will get expert insight and information on this important trend in formulation and product development,” said Giorgino Macalino, chair, NYSCC. “Adding the sourcing element enriches this new virtual learning experience.”
Register for the complimentary Skin Microbiome Symposium here. Access the Suppliers’ Day Digital Pop-up & Solutions Center here.