The fourth edition of the Technical Workshop to be presented on September 20 and 21, in Latin America, in São Paulo (Expo Center Norte), will be coordinated by ITEHPEC in partnership with in-cosmetics and will have as theme “Trends, Challenges and New Pathways to the Cosmetic Industry “, developed by experts listed below, who will address important scientific and legislative challenges in the industry.
BLOCK 1, on the 20th: “New Challenges in Cosmetics” will address a brief panorama of photopollution in Brazil, with the lecturer Prof. Dr. Marcelo de Paula Correa, Deputy Director of the Institute of Natural Resources of the Federal University of Itajubá – UNIFEI. The second issue will be the “Impact of pollution on the skin”, developed by Flávia Addor, Technical Director of MEDCIN. Soon after will be the theme of “New market niches and their technological impacts”, developed by Sérgio Gonçalves, Director of Marketing and International Business of Chemyunion. “The future of antiaging in skin care, by Samuel Guerra, Director of Allergisa will be the next topic and next” Implications of regulatory aspects on innovation in the HPPC industry “, with lecturer Ariadne Tramontina Morais, Regulatory Affairs Brazil of Johnson & Johnson closes the day.
BLOCK 2, on the 21st, Dr. Nathalie Alépée of L’Oreal France, who is from the Research & Innovation area and will talk about “Innovations in Cosmetics”, bringing new approaches to improve the predictive test of human security: a script for overcome scientific gaps recognized for the complete replacement of toxicity tests using animals. Next, the subject will be “Innovation and Technology in Perfumery Ingredients”, to be developed by Iguatemi Costa, Senior Scientific Manager of NATURA. Soon after the theme will be “Solar Protection beyond Ultraviolet”, with Prof. Dr. Maurício S. Baptista, University of São Paulo-USP, followed by the lecture “Photocosmetics: a new concept in cosmetic products applied to skin treatment”, with Prof. Dr. Priscila Menezes Campos, University of São Paulo-USP ( São Carlos). The theme changes in the lecture “Three-dimensional study of the chemical and microbial diversity of human skin”, with Prof. Dr. Carla Porto, State University of Maringá.
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