Anti-aging cosmetics: What innovations for tomorrow?
Date: Tuesday, 15th of October 2013, from 8:30 to 12:30
Locality: PhytoArk Sion-Conthey (map)
The anti-aging cosmetics will be a real challenge for companies in this sector. Both ingredient suppliers and brands shoud increase their efforts to differentiate themselves in the market. Innovate, develop and create added-value will be the master words to meet consumer expectations and trends. In this context, niche products offering better quality services seem to be more attractive.
- How market trends are they perceived and interpreted by cosmetics manufacturers ?
- What are the new targets and the new technologies developed ?
- What are the constraints of the future ?
The next The Ark Forum will precisely recall these issues. It will be the opportunity to discuss the topic, but also to discover the new PhytoArk technological site
Free entry but registration required until the 14th of October 2013. Language: French or English
||Markets, trends and new anti-ageing targets and ingredients
by Stefan Bänziger, head of R&D Cosmetic Actives, Rahn AG
||The start-up point of vue on emerging markets
by Samuel Valenzuela, CEO BE Ceuticals
||In vitro testing: 50 years of evolution
by Peter J. Girling, CEO, Cell n Tech
||The plant extract: development, constraints and market
by Christophe Boissard, Quality Manager, DSM Nutritional Products Branch Pentapharm/Alpaflor
||From the plant to the active substance: key steps and new phytochemical strategies
by Jean-Luc Wolfender, Professor, Ecole de Pharmacie Genève-Lausanne
||Plant extracts and cosmetics: focus on the regulation
by Violaine Chaumont, President, RNI Conseil
||Plant sourcing: how to make secure the supply chain
by Xavier Simonnet, Project Leader, Mediplant
|12:05||Q & A|
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