Mark the date in your calendar if you want to learn what’s driving this industry defining phrase and how it has evolved into a key cornerstone for skin care in the past few years and be sure to register by clicking here so you can attend on the day.
UV light, artificial light, air pollution and oxidative damage are just a few in a growing list of potential perils that are causing the potential for real damage to the skins of consumers all over the world.
And with a growing body of scientific evidence to prove that this damage is occurring, consumers are increasingly reaching for skin care products that will provide them with the protection they want in order to help insure that their skin remains healthy and looks good.
Skin Protection Online Conference programme
To get to the bottom of what is driving the trend, the Cosmetics Design team has created a comprehensive conference program that tackles every aspect of this ever-evolving and fast-moving area.
The programme includes two editorially driven webinars, which will include an overview on the topic of skin protection and pollution by Mintel, as well as a detailed look at artificial light pollution given by the Cosmetics Design team.
Skin Protection 2018 Market Overview - Mintel
This webinar will be presented by Andrew McDougall, Mintel’s global beauty and personal care analyst and will serve to provide the latest information about the skin protection category.
The presentation will tap into its vast market intelligent resources to provide a comprehensive picture on how this category has become one of the major forces in skin care, thanks to growing consumer awareness about the numerous environmental hazards that can cause significant damage to the skin.
An ever increasing body of evidence points to a number of causes, with UV rays from the sun probably topping the list. But now research into other hazards, including air pollution and artificial light has significantly expanded demand for skin protection products that tackle these problems too.
Broadcast time: Paris 01:30PM
How skin care research is tackling artificial light
There is a growing body of evidence that artificial light from a range of household and everyday appliances is playing havoc on our skin. UV rays from both blue light and white light is leading to concern that increasingly heavy exposure is jeopardizing skin health in a number of ways, not least by causing photoaging.
In this presentation, Simon Pitman, senior editor for the CosmeticsDesign brand, will expound on the latest research, as well as giving an in depth look at the type of formulation and product solutions that are being launched on the market as a way of answering consumer concerns about light pollution by providing comprehensive protection.
Broadcast time: Paris 5:15pm
Other key presentations
“Future-proof your skin from the effects of daily stress”, given by Dr. Mathias Gempeler, global head of science and promotion skin care, DSM – Broadcast time: Paris 2:15pm.
“All-Round Protection of Skin”, given by Allison Pao and Kuan Yeh, marketing executives at Corum. Broadcast time: Paris 3pm.
“De – Stress your Skin” given by Anurag Pande, Phd, vp of scientific affairs at Sabinsa. Broadcast time: Paris 3:45pm.
“Hydrate and Detox – Skin Protection from the Inside Out”, given by Christiane Pacheco, new business VP and Patricia Moreira, skin care products manager, Chemyunion. Broadcast time: Paris 4:30pm.
“Helping skin to help itself”, by Harald van der Hoeven, director of technical market at CLR Chemisches Laboratorium Dr. Kurt Richter. Broadcast time: Paris 4:30pm.
“Full protection against light damage and highly sensorial experience: identifying the need for multi-functional ingredients for sun care formulations”. Given by Sebastian Massard, marketing manager at Sensient Cosmetics Technologies, Broadcast time: Paris 5:15pm.
To see all of these presentations, don’t forget to register to get your free access by clicking here.