A full two-day conference, ‘Skin Microbiome Innovation’ will be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, a proven prime location to host leading speakers and delegates internationally.
The event will combine the editorial expertise of our global brands – CosmeticsDesign-Europe, CosmeticsDesign-USA and CosmeticsDesign-Asia – and will build on our extensive coverage already given to the topic, including numerous articles and a dedicated webinar.
“As an international business media company, William Reed has been covering the frontiers of probiotic, prebiotic and microbiome science for many years across our NutraIngredients websites and highly successful Probiota conference series. CosmeticsDesign has likewise been covering the skin microbiome extensively in recent years and it’s a logical continuation of this ongoing coverage to bring our engaged community of cosmetics industry stakeholders in this area together under one roof,” said Graham Twyford, executive director, EMEA/APAC, William Reed Business Media.
The skin microbiome trend
At the recent in-cosmetics Global event, also held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, skin microbiome formulations and ingredient solutions emerged as one of the highlights of the three day event, which is seen as the leading international forum for the industry.
A number of the major players were platforming ingredient solutions focused on protecting and promoting the skin’s natural microbiome, in turn aiming to provide enhanced skin protection and overall skin health.
Multiple niche skin care brands have already risen to prominence in the past few years, particularly in the European and North American markets, where consumers are interested in exploring natural-based skin care benefits.
Here are some links to some recent coverage for skin microbiome from CosmeticsDesign-Europe:
To find out more…
Full agenda and details for the June 2019 summit in Amsterdam will be announced soon. In the meantime, you can find out about both speaker opportunities and sponsorship options by contacting the individuals below.
“The editorial team is putting together a comprehensive and far-reaching two-day programme for the CosmeticsDesign Summit on Skin Microbiome Innovation that will gather the leading and most innovative players in this science-driven and high-potential area,” said Lucy Whitehouse, editor of CosmeticsDesign-Europe.
“Participants can expect a vibrant, interactive event with a strong community feel and plenty of networking opportunities. Aside from being highly educational, the focus will be very much on actionable outcomes – a key element of any William Reed event,” Twyford said.