Inspire – SCS Formulate 2017

Seminar List for Inspire

09:30 - 09:50

Formulating for the US and Canadian Market- as easy as 1-2-3

The US currently has the most robust economy in the world. With the strength of the dollar, there are tempting profits to be made by selling products in the US and Canada, its closest trading partner.

This presentation will cover how to formulate products for the US market, especially considering California regulations, since California is the 6th largest economy in the world on its own. Canada is a close trading partner under NAFTA and offers almost seamless product interface, when planning in advance. With a little bit of knowledge, compliance is even easier to accomplish than meeting the EU requirements.

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09:30 - 09:50

New actives and concepts from CLR Berlin

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09:50 - 10:10

IMCD Presentation

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09:50 - 10:10

Lake Personal Care Presentation

10:10 - 10:30

Sodium Methyl Acyl Taurates Give High Performing Personal Cleansing Systems.

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10:10 - 10:30

Using NaDES extraction technology to create a natural, sustainable , high-performance active: Gatuline® Link n Lift

Natural, non-toxic and efficient at low temperatures, the NaDES technology is perfectly aligned with the Gattefossé strategy to provide high-performance sustainable ingredients with positive environmental impact.

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  • Jamie Jones Personal Care Manager - Gattefossé UK Ltd
11:30 - 11:50

Oleoactif Lift®

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11:30 - 11:50

Trends in beauty and personal care, and the technologies that make them possible – volume 2

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11:50 - 12:10

Adding value – trends, formulations and raw materials for a changing world

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11:50 - 12:10

Formulation of microbial safe products in a free from world

Microbial safety of cosmetic products is a challenge for formulators considering legal aspects as well as technical requirements and marketing trends. Public discussion additionally limits the number of accepted substances for microbial stabilization. In absence of new substances, which display in their main function to inhibit the development of microorganism, the cosmetic industry moves to multifunctional ingredients which either have a certain antimicrobial activity or are able to boost biocidal substances.

The presentation will illustrate market trends as well as the regulation challenges.

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  • Jana Ruffert Product Manager Personal Care - Schülke and Mayr UK Ltd
12:10 - 12:30

Hair Care – An alternative to split ends trimming: Solvay launches Polycare Split Therapy!

Nothing beats a fresh haircut to make hair look shinier and healthier. But a few weeks of multiple mechanical, chemical and thermal treatments cause split ends, that make hair unmanageable and lifeless.Thanks to Solvay’s new innovation, trimming split ends is no longer the only fix for damaged hair. Solvay introduces Polycare Split Therapy, a durable cure for split ends, that is vegetable-based, easy to process and compatible with shampoo, conditioners and serums. Long-lasting Polycare Split Therapy heals more than 80 percent of split ends with just the first application. Keep that fresh-haircut look longer, without the salon price!

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12:10 - 12:30

Where next for Claim Substantiation Testing? Thinking beyond lines and wrinkles to meet the needs of future consumers

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14:00 - 14:20

The two-in-one effect: added values of specific emulsifiers and surfactants

Specific surface-active components can create benefits for formulators if used correctly.
A rather new class of such molecules are so-called "gemini surfactants". One of those amino acid based functional ingredients is water-soluble but at the same time improves hydrophobicity of hairs. A reduction of hair drying time by 30% or avoiding a loss of tensile strength during hair coloration, hair waving and bleaching treatments are just some of the benefits. Additional topics in this presentation will be foam stabilization, specific antimicrobial efficacy and preservation boosting.

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  • Roman Ott Head of Application Laboratory Cosmetics - Rahn AG
14:00 - 14:20

The Water Paradox: Exploring novel formulations to meet diverse global trends

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  • Felix Wilson Technical Development Chemist - Aston Chemicals
14:20 - 14:40

Novel Approaches to Environmental Protection

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14:40 - 15:00

Reprogramming the skin for a youthful appearance

Epigenetic mechanisms have been studied in depth along the past decade due to their interesting ability to control gene activity beyond the information in the DNA sequence. Among the processes regulated at the epigenetic level are epidermal renewal and homeostasis.

 

Epidermal basal cells (consisting of stem and progenitor cells) have the ability to proliferate, giving rise to cells that then follow a process of differentiation into mature keratinocytes. This capacity to replenish the tissue is maintained by the transcription factors OCT4, SOX2 and KLF4, which are stem cell markers. Activity of these genes is regulated at the epigenetic level by microRNAs. Concretely, microRNA-145 is known to repress the activity of these three stem cell transcription factors, causing basal cells to stop dividing. As a result, the cells leave the basal layer and start the differentiation process, involving changes in the expression of characteristic epidermal markers.

 

Lipotec was inspired by epigenetics and microRNAs to develop REPROAGE™ peptide, a cosmetic active ingredient that can help skin regeneration properties last longer. The ingredient reduces the levels of the key regulator microRNA-145 and increases the typical factors of basal cells, suggesting the reprograming of cells and a subsequent reactivation of the pool of epidermal progenitors.

 

The application of the cosmetic ingredient in volunteers was associated with a faster epidermal self-renewal, at a rate equivalent to that of more than a decade younger skin. Also an

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14:40 - 15:00

Serdex and its supply chain in Madagascar

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16:00 - 16:20

Thermolat® – Smart Warming from Symrise

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16:20 - 16:40

A Ray of Sunshine for your Skin

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16:20 - 16:40

fiberhance BM solution, for internal hair strengthening and bonding

FiberHance™ bm solution is a molecule designed to penetrate the hair fiber and provide superior strengthening in shampoos and other hair care products by using cost-effective technology. This molecule is based on glucoside chemistry and creates new ionic and hydrogen bonds inside hair fibers, to strengthen with each wash and give back natural manageability. It is compatible with color treatment systems to strengthen hair during and after coloring, and to repair hair fibers that have been damaged by chemical treatments. It helps to strengthen all hair types, including Caucasian, Asian and African American.

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16:40 - 17:00

Cleanse, Detoxify Protect: The Next Generation of Anti-Pollution Actives

Sulfur biology is an untapped, relatively undiscovered sector of cosmetic science, holding potential for novel anti-ageing and anti-pollution claims. Investigations into the protective mechanisms of a microalgae, which flourishes in polluted waters following an underwater volcano eruption, led us to the co-culturing of Crypthecodinium Cohnii with a sulfur rich growth media. This process allows for the extraction of specific sulfated polysaccharides which in turn can up regulate glutathione concentrations when applied topically.  Glutathione is a potent antioxidant that works to protect against cellular and external environmental pollution defending the skin against both extrinsic and intrinsic stress.

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16:40 - 17:00

Safic Alcan Presentation

09:30 - 09:50

Measuring the antioxidant capacity of vegan products and their ingredients with the ABEL-RAC-Vegan™ Antioxidant Test.

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09:50 - 10:10

Solexyl, a novel cosmetic compound for UV protection

UV, and especially UV-B, are extremely noxious for the skin as they can cause DNA damage, inflammation, free radicals production, and cell death. In order to defend itself against these sun rays, skin developed protections such as melanin and urocanic acid. These natural chromophores are capable of absorbing UV and therefore to reduce their damage. However, while absorbing UV they also generate free radicals and may cause skin immuno-suppression.

Here we show how Solexyl, a nature-inspired cosmetic active, is capable of negating the UV-induced skin damage while also preventing the side effects of the skin endogenous protectors.

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09:50 - 10:10

The best delivery of active ingredients

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10:10 - 10:30

Discover our new Rheomer® Low pH designed to meet consumer needs for transparent rinse off products.

Sensory (aesthetics, product texture...) keeps growing as a differentiating attribute. Following the massive shift to preservation with organic acids, many rheological ingredients — essential to sensory — have become inadequate, giving rise to new formulation challenges. Concurrently, skin types with specific needs (such as sensitive, dry, eczema-prone, or oily/acne-prone or simply ageing) are on the rise, and require acidic pH treatments with pleasing textures. Solvay presents this new rheological agent that performs in acidic pH : Rheomer® Low pH.

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10:10 - 10:30

Targeting beauty trends with innovative solutions

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11:30 - 11:50

Compelling Silicone Film Formers for Various Personal Care Applications.

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11:30 - 11:50

Hair Necessities & Launches from Croda

Our hair is a powerful medium for expressing our individuality and, as a result, we often inadvertently torture it to achieve the perfect ‘look’. With everything from bleaching and colouring to even everyday combing and styling imparting damage onto the hair fibre, it is necessary to provide protection to ensure that a short-term look doesn’t have longer-term implications. Join Croda as we explore our latest innovations in hair care, exploring novel ways to protect and repair hair damage.

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11:50 - 12:10

New insights into collagens: Fibre collagen I and physiologically active collagen XVIII

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12:10 - 12:30

Beauty Evolution-Staying ahead of Curve

Navigating the beauty section in your favorite store or clicking through the latest product launches is a daunting task as a consumer.  Today’s beauty offering is huge and capturing the consumer is a difficult task.  We will explore the next generation technologies available and in development that will shape the future of beauty.

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12:10 - 12:30

PolyAquol – technology for natural and efficient emulsions

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14:30 - 14:50

EosidinTM: Controlling atopic-prone skin conditions caused by indoor pollution

Your home is surrounded by indoor pollution which triggers irritation process and leads to atopic-prone skin conditions. People are subjected to two to five times more contaminants indoor than outdoor.

Eosidin™ is the first active ingredient targeting indoor pollution, and tackling skin immuno-modulation to avoid atopic-prone skin conditions and hypersensitivity. Eosidin™ is a well characterized extract of unripe citrus unshiu, coming from the wonderful and protected reserve of Jeju Island in Korea.

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14:30 - 14:50

Skin Secrets from Asia

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14:50 - 15:10

IMCD Presentation

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14:50 - 15:10

Wellness For Beauty: Advancing the Story

Wellness has grown to become a synonym of beauty, as beauty buyers embrace wellness. Consumers understand that skin appearance is also impacted by exposure to daily environment and various aspects of modern lifestyles.  Increasing levels of physical activity, reducing stress levels, minimising the impact of pollution and free radicals, looking after personal wellbeing are considered of vital steps for an effective beauty routine.

The concept of looking and feeling good is drawing closer: notions of de-stress and recharge, creating energy through the experience of an indulging face, body and hair care rituals. Following the successful launch of the "Looking Good Feeling Great" Creative Concept at in-cosmetics Global 2017, Brenntag are expanding the narrative of the Wellness for Beauty story and are developing new formulations to be unveiled at SCS Formulate.

More information on the formulations under the Creative Concept can be found on   http://www.brenntag.com/uk-ireland/en/brenntag-uk-and-ireland/media/wellness-for-beauty-advancing-the-story.jsp

14:50 - 15:10

Wellness For Beauty: Advancing the Story

Wellness has grown to become a synonym of beauty, as beauty buyers embrace wellness. Consumers understand that skin appearance is also impacted by exposure to daily environment and various aspects of modern lifestyles.  Increasing levels of physical activity, reducing stress levels, minimising the impact of pollution and free radicals, looking after personal wellbeing are considered of vital steps for an effective beauty routine.

The concept of looking and feeling good is drawing closer: notions of de-stress and recharge, creating energy through the experience of an indulging face, body and hair care rituals. Following the successful launch of the "Looking Good Feeling Great" Creative Concept at in-cosmetics Global 2017, Brenntag are expanding the narrative of the Wellness for Beauty story and are developing new formulations to be unveiled at SCS Formulate.

More information on the formulations under the Creative Concept can be found on   http://www.brenntag.com/uk-ireland/en/brenntag-uk-and-ireland/media/wellness-for-beauty-advancing-the-story.jsp

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15:10 - 15:30

Epigenetics

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15:10 - 15:30

Navigating Naturals

Let’s face it: Natural is all the rage. Whether it’s what we eat, what we put on our bodies or what we use in our homes, people everywhere are making a choice to go natural.

But as formulators how can we meet expected natural and ethical regulations ensuring our personal care products are at the level of ‘natural’ that consumers expect? And what certifications are out there?

As part of the Cornelius Inspire programme, Trevor Barker will present ‘Navigating Naturals’ – a guide to several certification bodies including Cosmos, ISO Natural Standard, Halal, Vegan, Nordic Swan, Fair Trade; RSPO and Palm Free.

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  • Trevor Barker Technical Business Development Manager - Cornelius Group Plc