Aston Chemicals

Hall(s): Hall 1
Stand: 625

Website: http://aston-chemicals.com
Address: United Kingdom

    Seminars

    10:10 am - 10:30 am

    Skin cellular communication insight: The role of signalling molecules for a happy skin, By Solabia

    Located at the interface between the external environment and our body, the skin, organized in different layers of adjacent cells, constitutes a first barrier against daily aggressions. Perfectly structured via a powerful communication network (microbiota, epidermis, dermis, nervous, vascular and immune systems), it is at the heart of complex regulatory mechanisms that allow it to... Read more »

    11:30 am - 11:50 am

    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: The Importance of Flexible Formulations for the Future of Beauty

    Flexibility applies to many aspects of product development, from packaging design through to application, and can be beneficial from an economical, marketing and environmental point of view. Our presentation focuses on using sustainable and multifunctional materials to create on trend, flexible formulations which follow the sustainability principles of ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’.

    2:30 pm - 2:50 pm

    A Mediterranean active ingredient for non-gendered eye beauty

    In the dreamlike landscape of the Ses Salines d’Es Trenc (Mallorca, Spain) with its Mediterranean waters, an extremophile microorganism lives in symbiosis with one of the most salt tolerant halophilic plant. Meiview™ is the first active in the cosmetic market with a global action in the eye contour area targeting dark circles, eyebags, wrinkles and... Read more »

    2:50 pm - 3:10 pm

    Fully traceable, eco-conscious shea innovations from AAK

    To meet growing consumer demand for sustainable, ethically sourced ingredients with proven efficacy, AAK is expanding the reach of its Kolo Nafaso direct shea sourcing program in West Africa.  Shea is vital for the conservation of rural ecosystems with the trees shown to play an important role in protecting against climate change.  Now in its... Read more »

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