The event is taking place June 24th to 25th at the Amsterdam Mariott Hotel, in Amsterdam and will include two full days of presentation covering every aspect of the skin microbiome trend, from the science behind it, to marketing and labeling claims, regulation and the different approaches taken by a number of leading brands on the market.
Find out more and register HERE to join us at the Cosmetics Design Summit 2019: Skin Microbiome Innovation. two-day event in June is dedicated to. All industry professionals warmly invited to attend, take a look at our delegate packages here.
The event features expert speakers from leading names including L'Oréal, L'Occitane en Provence and Mintel. It is sponsored by DSM and Givaudan (Diamond sponsors); Solabia, and Sabinsa (Platinum sponsors); Mibelle Biochemistry and Atlantia (Gold sponsors), and Indena (supporter).
Your extensive and dedicated resource for microbiome
In the build up to our Skin Microbiome Innovation Summit, our team of journalists has been working on dedicated content that is second to none for beauty industry professionals looking for information on this incredibly hot trend.
The Cosmetics Design Europe has a dedicated hot topic section on microbiome, and here you can find hundreds of articles going back over ten years that are focused on the trend.
In the run up to our event we have raised the bar even higher, interviewing some of the leading industry experts to find out about the latest information on formulation, product claims and marketing approaches.
Here we have combined some of the highlights from that coverage in the hope of giving you an insight into key aspects from our forthcoming event programme.
What about beauty from within and microbiome?
Here is another video interview from our dedicated series, this time talking to Dr. Stephen Daniells, editor-in-chief of Nutraingredients USA.
In the conversation Dr. Daniells discusses the significant growth in microbiome-dedicated supplements and how the trend is now set to become a real force in the future.
He is also consultant for the Probiota Americas events, and during the conversation highlights how the beauty from within trend has evolved in recent years, where it is at right now, and the direction he expects it to go in the coming years.
Summit speaker David Tyrell talks about the evolution of microbiome
Ahead of the summit we spoke to one of our keynote speakers, David Tyrell, global beauty and personal care analyst at market intelligence provider Mintel, to find out more.
Through its Global New Product Database, Mintel has access to all the latest product launches in the category, so David and his team have been keeping a close eye on the developments, many of which he will be sharing during his presentation, taking place at the event, June 24 – 25, in Amsterdam.
This article looks at how skin care brands have approached the trend and how that approach has continued to evolve on the back of greater science and marketing know-how.
JooMo founder reveals unique approach to skin microbiome
JooMo’s co-founder Kit Wallen Russell will be leading a session at our upcoming microbiome conference, and the brand has been one the forefront of this emerging trend.
In this article we found out about the story behind JooMo’s successes so far with working with the skin’s microbiome, and what’s next.
As Wallen Russell explains, the skin microbiome trend is now starting to emerge from being a niche and entering the mainstream, which means even more interesting times are ahead.
Ayuna’s approach to microbiome formulation
In this video interview with the co-founder of the Ayuna brand, we find out about how the product line has been developed to take advantage of postbiotic and prebiotic ingredients.
Isabel Ramos, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of the eco-lux indie beauty brand AYUNA Less is Beauty, recently gave a talk at an event in Barcelona, Spain. Cosmetics Design caught up with Ramos the next day to learn more about how knowledge of the skin microbiome informs her formulation strategy.