L’Oréal and L’Occitane leading the discussion on the skin’s microbiome
Speaking on why the industry is moving towards a new skin routine, and why cleansers that respect the microbiome and creams that feed it are the future for skin care, Audrey Gueniche, Senior Clinical Expert, L’Oréal Research & Innovation, will offer exclusive insights.
Alongside this, Valérie Cenizo, Skin Biology Manager, L’Occitane en Provence, will speak on the secret relationship between the microbiota and skin health, revealing discoveries made when a 3D skin model was colonised with uncultured, unselected skin microbiota, versus a single commensal bacteria, Staphylococcus epidermidis.
Upcoming conference: exclusive research and insight
Find out more and register HERE to join us at the Cosmetics Design Summit 2019: Skin Microbiome Innovation.
This two-day conference is packed with expert speakers and groundbreaking research, and takes place in Amsterdam, 24-25 June.
Leading names dominate the speaker programme, with insights from L’Oréal, L’Occitane, Mintel, Asia Consumer Intelligence, academic researchers, regulatory experts, leading niche brands and more.
The exciting event is sponsored by DSM and Givaudan (Diamond sponsors); Solabia, and Sabinsa (Platinum sponsors); Mibelle Biochemistry and Atlantia (Gold sponsors), and Indena (supporter).
Expert speaker: Audrey Gueniche, L’Oréal
An expert in immunology and microbiology, Gueniche specialises in topical treatments and food supplements for skin and hair health, and she has a particular interest in the application of pre/probiotics, natural and bacterial extracts.
She has comprehensive experience across in vitro evaluations, preclinical studies and clinical trials, where her passion for reinvention comes to the fore.
Gueniche has a degree in pharmacy, a PhD on skin biology and has published extensively on her specialist subjects.
Expert speaker: Valérie Cenizo, L’Occitane
Cenizo has more than fifteen years of experience in tissue engineering and cosmetics. Today she manages the biological evaluation of LOccitane Group’s active ingredients.
Before joining L’Occitane, she spent nine years as a project leader and tissue engineering expert at BASF Beauty Care Solutions, where she developed several active ingredients.
She holds a PhD in cellular and molecular biology from the University Claude Bernard, Lyon, France, is the author of 10 scientific publications and has seventeen patents filed.
Other fantastic speakers on the programme include thought leaders from Mintel, Yun, Mother Dirt, Asian Consumer Intelligence, JooMo and more. Find out more and register HERE.