Expert panel discussing on the Impact of the Microbiome on the Beauty Industry – The Devil is in the Detail

Time: 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Date: 13 November

13-11-2024 14:30 13-11-2024 15:30 Europe/London Expert panel discussing on the Impact of the Microbiome on the Beauty Industry – The Devil is in the Detail

While traditionally associated with gut health, as consumers become more informed about the role of the microbiome and how interactions between the skin-brain-gut impact on well-being, they are seeking products that are more than just skin microbiome friendly. Their interest in the skin microbiome aligns with other trends such as inside-outside beauty, holistic beauty and… Read more »

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While traditionally associated with gut health, as consumers become more informed about the role of the microbiome and how interactions between the skin-brain-gut impact on well-being, they are seeking products that are more than just skin microbiome friendly. Their interest in the skin microbiome aligns with other trends such as inside-outside beauty, holistic beauty and the demand for natural and sustainable beauty products. Because of this we are seeing more and more products making microbiome claims. At SCS Formulate this year there will be many new microbiome friendly actives including prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics, which have been designed to help support and maintain a healthy skin microbiome.

 

If you are promoting a new microbiome-assisting active, formulating microbiome-friendly products or just worrying that the skin microbiome is being over-hyped, then come and join the Inform discussion at 2:30pm on Nov 15th and have your concerns answered.

 

Experts will answer questions such as what is meant by a healthy skin microbiome and whether you should be worrying about your products damaging the skin microbiome, after all they killed the microbes in the Challenge test? Find out how you can be sure that your final formulations are good for the microbiome? The experts will be there to explain the latest understanding on the role of the microbiome in problem skin and in skin diseases such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis, and how this knowledge is opening up new product possibilities including personalised cosmetics based on analysing a person’s skin microbiota. Then there is the impact of AI helping make sense of the huge amount of data coming from the world of omics.

 

It’s a great opportunity to have your say and to have your questions on the microbiome answered by the experts.

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