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This is a rapid course in Phytochemistry, which will cover the general chemistry of Natural Products from plants for skin health application. This course will be of great interest to
This is a rapid course in Phytochemistry, which will cover the general chemistry of Natural Products from plants for skin health application. This course will be of great interest to cosmetic scientists, formulators, analytical scientists, chemists & biochemists who want to enhance their knowledge and capabilities using botanical ingredients in product development. It is assumed that the students attending this course will already have some basic knowledge of organic chemistry and biochemistry.
Introduction to Plant Materials and their Compounds:
- Overview of Natural Products
- Acetogenins: Flavonoids, lipids, Lignans, Quinones
- Carbohydrates: mono-, oligo- and polysaccharides
- Isoprenoids: carotenoids, steroids, terpenoids
- Nitrogen compounds: Alkaloids, amino acids, nucleic acids, peptides, proteins
World of Polyphenolics / Flavonoids compounds in Nature
- What are Polyphenolics/Flavonoids?
- Antioxidant activity & Chemistry of Polyphenols/Flavonoids
- How various functional groups changes activity of Flavonoids?
- Structure-Activity Relationship (SAR) for product Development
- How to select “key” ingredients
High-Throughput screening tool for Botanical ingredients for skin Application
- Procurement of Botanical Ingredients or Plant Materials
- Extraction technology
- What are “marker” compounds?
- Standardization of Botanical Ingredients & their stability
- Bio-directed fractionation and identification of “Active Phytochemicals”
- Basic Structure of Skin
Development of Skin Lightening products using Botanical Ingredients
- Tyrosinase & Melanin Inhibitors
- Skin lightening product development – Examples
- Skin penetration challenges
- Safety, Tech Regulations, compliance
SCC Members $35/$70 at door
Non-SCC Members $75/$110 at door
Students $10/$50 at door
Emeritus Free online/$40 at door
(Wednesday) 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Seasons, Township of Washington
Information This year the event will have a new twist. During cocktail hour we will have a student poster session with interesting new topics from which a panel of judges
This year the event will have a new twist. During cocktail hour we will have a student poster session with interesting new topics from which a panel of judges will pick the most innovate one. During cooking hour, everyone will be divided into teams focusing on making specific tapas with a surprise basket provided by a panel of judges. At the end, judges will taste each dish and select the winning group. Last hour, everyone will enjoy some networking time while enjoying some tapas and entertainment.
• SCC members: $135
• Non-SCC members: $135
• Emeritus members: Free
(Thursday) 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
267 Fifth Ave. New York, New York 10016
The Challenges and Opportunities of Formulating with Naturals Description The origins of the cosmetic industry can be traced back to antiquity with the Egyptians, who used lead and copper ore as makeup. Along
The Challenges and Opportunities of Formulating with Naturals
The origins of the cosmetic industry can be traced back to antiquity with the Egyptians, who used lead
and copper ore as makeup. Along the way, various berries and ash found their way into makeup
routines. In recent times, cosmetic ingredients have migrated to synthetic, as well as natural
derivatives. Today, there is a concerted push by consumers for a return to natural and safe ingredients.
However, there are significant challenges developing products using natural ingredients. Sourcing,
efficacy, formulation, and compatibility issues must be taken into consideration when a cosmetic
product is conceived and developed.
The goal of this session is not to define what is natural or debate the merits of using natural ingredients
– an ISO standard is in place, and consumers have spoken! This session will help bring clarity to the
challenges that we all face, and provide a forum to discuss ways to overcome these challenges. The
session will begin with presentations by five experts in various fields in the cosmetic industry, followed
by a panel discussion where questions submitted by attendees are addressed. Please come join us for a
2:30 – 3:00pm Registration and Refreshments
3:00 – 3:45pm Dr. Vergel Concibido (Sensient) – Agronomy and Sourcing Natural Ingredients
3:45 – 4:30pm Giorgio Dell’Acqua (Dellacqua Consulting) – Natural Ingredients and Science (The efficacy
behind the naturals) – Ingredients Development
4:30 – 5:15pm Luciana Coutinho (Luluble) – Challenges of formulating with naturals ingredients
5:15 – 6:00pm Franca Zanovello (Zanovello Consulting) – Skin Care and Natural (INDIE Brands to
Market) – Business Development
6:00 – 7:00pm ——————————————Dinner Break——————————————
7:00 – 7:45pm Jennifer March (Proctor and Gamble) – Hair Care and Natural (CPG to Market) – Product
7:45 – 8:00pm Attendee’s time to prepare and submit questions to the panel
8:00 – 9:00pm Panel Discussion: Giorgio Dell’Acqua, Moderator
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(Wednesday) 2:30 PM - 8:00 PM
546 River Drive
Description: The symposium seeks to advance the science of prevention and repair of UV-induced bodily damage to benefit public health and beauty. Initially geared toward the cosmetic chemist engaged in
The symposium seeks to advance the science of prevention and repair of UV-induced bodily damage to benefit public health and beauty. Initially geared toward the cosmetic chemist engaged in formulating sunscreen products, the central theme originated from the following sentence gleamed from the pages of Antioxidants and the Skin by Dr. Roger L. McMullen:
“Overall, it appears that the addition of antioxidants to sun protection formulas can provide superior benefits if there are no prooxidant effects, as evidenced by scientific literature and the number of commercial formulations containing antioxidants.”
While the central theme remains the same, the range of topics for the symposium has expanded beyond just sunscreen formulations that contain antioxidants. Attendees will also learn from many experts speaking on regulatory issues, testing methodologies, biochemistry of UV effects on skin (and hair), innovative ingredients and self-tanners.
One person described the format of the program as “speed dating for cosmetic chemists”. All but the keynote speaker will be given 15-minutes to drive home their message. Our keynote speaker will be allotted 30-minutes. We believe this format will result in an event that is both educational and lively.
7:30-9:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:20am Dr. Nadim Shaath (Alpha Research & Development, Ltd.)
“New Proposed FDA Regulations”
9:20-9:40am Dr. Nava Dayan (Dr. Nava Dayan, LLC)
“DNA Damage from Sun Exposure – Can Anti-Oxidants Protect It?”
9:40-10:00am Marc Cornell (Mar-key Consulting)
“UV filter (UVF) and antioxidant (AOX) combinations are essential for Global Photo-Security”
10:00-10:20am Dr. Roger McMullen (Ashland)
“Antioxidants and the Skin”
10:20-10:40am Dr. Laura Spaulding (Mane USA)
“Photo-stabilization of UVA / UVB Sunscreen Actives by Pongamol Natural Antioxidant”
10:40-11:00am Alexandra Sirosky (Sensient)
“Antioxidant, UV Protection and Antiphotoaging Properties of Anthocyanin-Pigmented Lipstick Formulations”
11:00-11:20am Kelly Dobos (Sun Chemical & President Soc. Cosm. Chem.)
“Made in the Shade: The Science and challenges of Formulating Sunless Tanning Products”
11:20-11:40am Dr. Harry Sarkas (Solésence LLC)
“beyond sun protection factor: an approach to environmental protection with novel mineral coatings in a vehicle containing a blend of skincare ingredients” published in May 2019 issue of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.
11:40-12:00pm Dr. Paolo Giacomoni (Insight Analysis Consulting)
“UV, sunscreens and singlet Oxygen”
12:00-1:30pm – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -Lunch Break & Poster Session – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
1:30-1:40pm Official Induction of Newly Elected NYSCC Board Members
Kelly Dobos – President Society of Cosmetic Chemists (Sun Chemical)
Sonia Dawson – Chair New York Chapter Society of Cosmetic Chemists (DSM)
1:40-2:10pm KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Martina Meinke (Dermatology at Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin)
“Sun protection in the whole spectral range – why and how?”
2:10-2:30pm David Steinberg (Steinberg and Associates)
“Approval of New UV Filters – What works, What Doesn’t”
2:30-2:50pm Joe Dallal (Ashland)
“The invisible parasol – shielding hair & scalp from UV damage”
2:50-3:10pm Eric Jourdan (Sensient)
“UV, Light and skin protection; what’s new under the sun”
3:10-4:00pm Visit the Liberty Science Center exhibits on your own. Museum closes at 4:00pm.
- SCC Members: $35/$70 at door
- Non-SCC Members: $70/$100 at door
- Students: $10/$50 at door
- Emeritus: Free/$10 at door
(Wednesday) 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Liberty Science Center
222 Jersey City Blvd, Jersey City, NJ 07305
Information The NYSCC is hosting its annual Educational Charity after the National SCC Technical Symposium. The SCC’s theme this year, “From Evolution to Revolution; Cosmetic Market Dictators of Today,” inspired the
The NYSCC is hosting its annual Educational Charity after the National SCC Technical Symposium. The SCC’s theme this year, “From Evolution to Revolution; Cosmetic Market Dictators of Today,” inspired the idea of a white attire party. While the only requirement is to dress in white, we give you free reign over your choice of accessories and makeup. We would like for our guests to channel different decades of makeup trends or challenge the status quo with avant garde concepts and let the artistry of the cosmetics and individuality of your style speak for itself.
Come join us for a timeless evening celebrating not only the evolution of makeup and personal care, but also the New York Chapter’s mission to further the education of cosmetic science. The event will feature several benefits going to various Universities and research programs that promote the study of personal care science.
This event will once again be held at Stage48 located in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen. This 4-level venue is a converted industrial space that incorporates New York’s old west side feel with modern amenities and state of the art sound and lighting. The venue features a grand ballroom with an extravagant mezzanine, a private lounge level with a performance space and a beautiful rooftop terrace with a gorgeous view of the Manhattan skyline.
An event not to be missed; come join us for some charitable holiday fun this December!
$85.00/ per person (Member/non member)
$125.00/ per person (ON SITE Pricing)
Smart Casual & White
For any direct inquiries, please contact Maria Mo or Arayna Ramkelawan at Awards@nyscc.org.
• SCC members: $85/ $125 at door
• Non-SCC members: $85/ $125 at door
• Students: $85/ $125 at door
• Emeritus members: $85/ $125 at door
17 (Tuesday) 9:00 PM - 18 (Wednesday) 1:00 PM
Stage 48 NYC
Maria Mo & Arayna Ramkelawanmo.email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com