Home Press Releases

Press Releases

NYSCC Presents Virtual Skin Microbiome Symposium & Digital Pop-Up & Solutions Center

by james.runkle@drummondst.com james.runkle@drummondst.com No Comments

(New York, NY, June 2020)—The New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) is pleased to announce a virtual week-long educational program focused on Skin Microbiome: Perspectives on Aging, Compromised Skin and Cosmetics.  This complimentary symposium, June 15-22, 2020 will include five on-demand sessions. a live panel Q&A, and the Suppliers’ Day Digital Pop-Up & Solutions Center.

The sessions, led by leading microbiome experts, will provide a holistic view of the skin microbiome and its impact on cutaneous structure in healthy, aged and compromised states.  Topics that will be covered include:

-“The Gut-Skin Connection and its Relation to Acne;“ Dr. Raja Sivamani, Director of Clinical Research, Department of Dermatology at the University of California

            -“The Gut Microbiome and the Hair Follicle;” Aleks Richards,
Senior R&D Manager, Nutrafol

-“Fresh Insights into the Skin Microbiome and Product Claims Essentials;” Carl D’Ruiz, Senior Manager of North American Regulatory and Governmental Affairs for Personal Care Products, DSM Nutritional Products, LLC.

-“The Influence of Cosmetic Ingredients on the Skin Microbiota;” Patrick Gonry,
Safety Assessor, Gobiotics

-“The Host-Microbiota Axis in Skin Aging and Repair;”  Professor Matthew J. Hardman, Chair in Wound Healing, Hull York Medical School and Director of Research, Hull York Medical School.

On Thursday, June 18th, at 11:00 am EDT, the presenters will participate in a live Q&A of the questions that registrants have had from the on demand content.  This interactive panel will be the finale of the Skin Microbiome symposium.

In addition, during the week of Skin Microbiome content, registrants can go to the Digital Pop-Up & Solutions Center sponsored by NYSCC Suppliers’ Day. This platform will allow Skin Microbiome participants to source and learn more about companies that have ingredients and resources advancing microbiome science and product innovations.  At this information portal, product materials, new product announcements as well as video will be available for viewing and download.  Participants will also be able to link directly with the suppliers’ to get more information and schedule appointments. The Digital Pop-Up Solution Center will also be a valuable resource in the months ahead before Suppliers’ Day takes place September 30-October 1, 2020 at the Javits Center in New York.

“NYSCC is excited to offer this new digital initiative to advance our members education and stay connected.  Skin Microbiome is a complex topic and our members and beauty community will get expert insight and information on this important trend in formulation and product development,” said Giorgino Macalino, Chair, NYSCC.  “Adding the sourcing element enriches this new virtual learning experience.”

The week of August 12th NYSCC will offer another digital symposium on Sun Care with the on demand content and culminating with a live Q&A with the presenters.

To register for the complimentary Skin Microbiome Symposium go to: https://nyscc.org/event-schedule/.  For access to the Suppliers’ Day Digital Pop-up & Solutions Center visit: https://nysuppliers20.mapyourshow.com/8_0/#/.

###

 

About New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC)

Dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science, the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists, www.nyscc.org, strives to increase and disseminate scientific information through meetings and publications. By promoting research in cosmetic science and industry, and by setting high ethical, professional and educational standards, we reach our goal of improving the qualifications of cosmetic scientists. Our mission is to further the interests and recognition of cosmetic scientists while maintaining the confidence of the public in the cosmetic and toiletries industry. The NYSCC Suppliers’ Day, September 30 – October 1, 2020, at the Javits Center in New York City, has become the most important annual event on the industry calendar in North America for beauty ingredients, formulations, and delivery innovations. It attracts the leading players in the market and has become the showcase for new product launches, and educational programming, on top of being an excellent networking opportunity. For more information and to attend visit: www.nyscc.org/suppliers-day.

 

 

New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) Announces New At Home Live Series

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

(New York, NY, April 2020)—The New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) announces the launch of a new NYSCC “At Home Live” Series featuring current topics and trends in cosmetic chemistry and formulation. These free educational programs will be offered several times a week starting April 16th and cover topics that are relevant and timely to chemists and product development teams in the beauty and personal care industries.

The first At Home Live Webinar will be “Color Trends: Do you want to be the Front-Runner or Follower?,” presented by Amy G. Marshall, Head of Sales – Cosmetics, ECKART America Corporation on Thursday, April 16th.  She will explore the origin, influences and development of today’s colors as well as elaborate on the concept of the Mood Board in developing the trends of tomorrow.  This presentation will provide marketing and sales people with a historic perspective that will empower them to lead the market instead of reacting to it and for cosmetic chemists to initiate the process that may result in the next “Big Thing.”

Future series topics include:  Hand Sanitizers & Hand Hygiene; Sustainability 101; Healthy Habits: Cleanse + Care; and The Fight Against COVID 19, Science, Hand Sanitizers and Other Forms of Personal Protection, as well as selected presentations from the Suppliers’ Day Revolutionary Disruptor Series.

“This new webinar series will offer our members an easy and comfortable way to stay informed and move their professional development forward.  It will also help us stay connected and engaged with our members, colleagues and community while working remotely and in our home offices,” said Giorgino Macalino, Chair, NYSCC.

To register for the April 16th presentation, visit bit.ly/Apr16webinar.  For more information on the NYSCC At Home Live Series visit: https://nyscc.org/at-home-live-series/.

###

About New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC)

Dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science, the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists, www.nyscc.org, strives to increase and disseminate scientific information through meetings and publications. By promoting research in cosmetic science and industry, and by setting high ethical, professional and educational standards, we reach our goal of improving the qualifications of cosmetic scientists. Our mission is to further the interests and recognition of cosmetic scientists while maintaining the confidence of the public in the cosmetic and toiletries industry. The NYSCC Suppliers’ Day, September 30 – October 1, 2020, at the Javits Center in New York City, has become the most important annual event on the industry calendar in North America for beauty ingredients, formulations, and delivery innovations. It attracts the leading players in the market and has become the showcase for new product launches, and educational programming, on top of being an excellent networking opportunity. For more information and to attend visit: www.nyscc.org/suppliers-day.

New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) Announces 2020 Executive Board

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

Leaders Representing Prominent Brands, Suppliers & Manufacturers will Chart the Future Course!

 

(New York, NY, November 2019) – The announcement was made by Sonia Dawson, Chair, NYSCC and Regional Marketing Manager -DSM Personal Care North America, that the Executive Board has been confirmed for 2020 with some current board members assuming new roles, and newly elected members joining in roles that will carry through to 2021.  The 2020 Executive Board includes:

Giorgino “Gino” Macalino, Chair
Manager, Makeup Innovation, The Estée Lauder Companies

Sonia Dawson, Advisor/Past-Chair
Regional Marketing Manager, DSM Personal Care North America

Susanna Fernandes, Chair-Elect
Lead E-Sales Executive, TRI-K

Stephen Carter, Treasurer
Business Manager, Jarchem Innovative Ingredients

Mohamed Abdulla, Treasurer-Elect
Account Manager, SEPPIC

Leor Fay Tal, Secretary
Technical Marketing Leader, Gattefossé USA

“I am excited to get down to business and keep building on what my predecessors have done over these past few years,” said Gino Macalino. “Our educational programs anchored by Suppliers’ Day in NYC continue to dominate the landscape of North America.  We are eager to keep the SCC brand flourishing across our region, North America and across the globe!”

With the support of the newly-elected board, 2020 programming is already in place and will embody the  theme of “Revolutionary Disruptors.”  Programs will focus on elements and sectors of cosmetic/personal care product development that are literally changing the traditional landscape.  In addition, NYSCC Show Management has implemented strategies, programs and partnerships for Suppliers’ Day taking place May 5-6, 2020 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.  NYSCC and Suppliers’ Day will continue to have a presence at SCC and industry events across the nation and around the world with the aim of continuing to strengthen the NYC event’s position as the dominant North American tradeshow.

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2020 Announces Show Theme & New Programs

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

Revolutionary Disruptors Frame the Leading Trade Show & Conference for Innovations in Beauty and Personal Care Ingredients, Raw Materials and Formulations  

(New York, NY, November 2019)—North America’s main event for beauty ingredients, formulations, and delivery innovations, New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) Suppliers’ Day, recently held a press and friends reception in New York City at Casellula to announce its show theme and new educational programming.  The 41st Annual Suppliers’ Day will take place May 5-6, 2020, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, NY.

At the reception, Giorgino “Gino” Macalino, NYSCC Chair Elect, announced the  theme for Suppliers’ Day 2020: Revolutionary Disruptors”.   Macalino stated, “New educational programs, returning popular content as well as show floor experiences will illustrate how revolutionary disruptors are impacting the traditional way of sourcing and the entire product development cycle.  These disruptors impact what consumers want, as well the companies that manufacturer them.”

Suppliers Day 2020 will also have a full day conference program on one of the beauty industry’s trendiest disruptors, Cannabis, featuring speakers covering sourcing, formulating, testing, branding and distributing as well as legal and regulatory updates.       The latest innovations in the Indie market will be featured in a targeted program featuring an experiential component that will include many of the supplier accelerators on the show floor.

Another trend that Is disrupting product development Mindfulness/Wellness, will be explored in a session highlighting why this is driving consumer purchasing.  Mindfulness/Wellness will also be evident in show floor activations and showcased in the Suppliers’ Day 2020 INNOVATIONS HUB.

Disruptors will be highlighted in Suppliers’ Day core programs, including Digital Age of Beauty, World of Chemistry, Discover Sustainability as well as included in new tracks focusing on color cosmetics, hair care, and healthy aging.

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day also announced it will continue working with other industry-empowering organizations that are committed to helping the beauty and personal care industry innovate and grow including ICMAD, IFSCC, PCPC, and market analyst firms such as Kline, Spate and Mintel.

NYSCC will again partner with CEW on its Supplier’s Award: Ingredients and Formulation, recognizing the role of formulation and ingredients in creating standout products for consumers. The winner will be announced at Suppliers’ Day and then celebrated at the prestigious CEW Beauty Awards luncheon the following week.

The Future Chemists Workshop will be back at Suppliers’ Day 2020.  This “live lab” experience on the exhibit floor is popular with students and will include a wider net  of participating schools, as well as a challenge that will allow winning students to be rewarded; details to be announced shortly.

“Revolutionary Disruptors will take Suppliers’ Day to the next level and provide attendees with relevant content and immersive experiences that will advance their product development and formulations,” said Macalino.

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Showcases Evolution & Innovation

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

Record-breaking Attendance, Enhanced Programming, & Expanded Exhibit Floor Highlighted 40th Anniversary Celebration

(New York, NY, June 2019)—The New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC)  40th Annual Suppliers’ Day came to a successful conclusion last week, May 7-8, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York. Showcasing thousands of ingredients and raw materials on an expanded expo floor that housed nearly 100,000 net square feet of exhibits while attracting 9,981 registrants, representing 64 countries, Suppliers’ Day 2019 enjoyed a 5% increase in overall attendance – more than 25% increase since its move to NYC in 2017.

“Nearly three dozen education, association, and media partnerships continue to fuel our buyer expansion at Suppliers’ Day. Our enhanced and innovative programs with CEW, ICMAD, PCPC, ASP, and IKW provided us with a strong voice into every element of product development and resonated with attendees” said Sonia Dawson, Chair of NYSCC.

The increase in attendance and new programs at Suppliers’ Day was also praised by exhibitors. “Participating in Suppliers’ Day gives Dupont great exposure in the US market. Beauty is a full experience with the consumer always in the forefront of our developers’ minds and we are proud to be part of  “The Evolution of Beauty!” said Pierra Pericu, Market Leader, Dupont.

In addition to an exhibit floor that featured nearly 550 exhibiting companies including 107 new exhibitors, Suppliers’ Day also boasted standing-room only Presentation Theater sessions that included tracks focused on sustainability and sub-zero waste (Discover Sustainability) and the global beauty marketplace (The World of Chemistry).  Kicking off the show was a ribbon-cutting ceremony that featured past chairs, present committee members and industry partners that have been integral in the 40 years of Suppliers’ Days and are key contributors to the evolution of beauty.

The Future Chemists Workshop hosted dozens of college students from Rutgers, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Kean University, Long Island University, University of Miami Health Systems, Montclair State University, Fashion Institute of Technology,  and  The University of Toledo, who competed in mini-challenges for the best formulation.  The NYSCC Mentoring Program was also launched during Suppliers’ Day with members connecting and collaborating with mentees looking to enhanced their professional development and career in cosmetic chemistry.

The Digital Age of Beauty returned with presentations on trends, blockchain and big data; and featured a presentation by Ariane La Port, Insights Manager, Google.  New programs included Microbiome: Inside Out Beauty; Fragrance: The Invisible Art; as well as Innovation & Compliance brought to the event as a collaboration between PCPC and IKW.  ICMAD’s FDA Regulatory Workshop closed out the week on Thursday with nearly 150 registrants returning to the Javits for this content rich, must-attend conference.

The NYSCC Awards Night event took place on Tuesday, May 7h at Stage 48 and showcased the finalists of the CEW Supplier Award: Ingredients and Formulation, as well as the Judges who represented iconic brands such as Chanel, L’Oreal, bareMinerals, eos Products, and Edgewell Personal Care. KOBO Products, Inc.’s  4 in 1 Multi-Purpose Sunscreen Cream was revealed as the winner and was recognized again at the CEW Beauty Awards Luncheon on Friday, May 17th.

Evolution and the latest product development advancement were the underlying themes of the 2019 event.  The Innovation Hub & Solutions Center sponsored by SPATE, included products making their North American debut at Suppliers’ Day, as well as the CEW Supplier Award finalists.  The Hub was supplemented by an Innovation Theater that not only showcased presentations from the Hub participants, but also hot-button topics such as Beauty/Wellness Trends, CBD, Indie Beauty, and Claims Substantiation.

Plans are already underway for the 2020 NYSCC Suppliers’ Day taking place May 5-6, again at the Javits Center, with 85% of exhibitors already resigned.  “The show floor for Suppliers’ Day 2020 will include the expanded area used for new activations in 2019. NYSCC will also strengthen its industry partnerships and continue to work closely with its members and the SCC to create the best global ingredients event for the industry, by the industry,” said Giorgino Macalino, Chair-Elect, NYSCC. “We are going from evolution to revolution!”

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Supporting the Next Generation of Chemists

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

Future Chemists Workshop and Mentorship Launch at Leading Beauty & Personal Care Trade Show

(New York, NY, May 2019)— New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) is committed to educating and supporting the workforce of the future and will launch a new Mentorship program and continue its popular Future Chemists Workshop at Suppliers’ Day its flagship event.  Taking place May 7-8, 2019 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, Suppliers’ Day is the largest trade show and conference in North America for innovations in beauty and personal care ingredients, formulations and raw materials.

The NYSCC Mentoring Program, spearheaded by NYSCC’s Eileen Kim, Principal Research Scientist, R&D, at CHANEL will launch on May 8th and is designed to bring seasoned formulation professionals together with students, grad students and junior members of the NYSCC to mentor, offer advice, discuss career paths and more.  At Suppliers’ Day, mentors and invited mentees will meet for a program that includes a coaching session, panel discussion on “Evolution of the Cosmetic Chemist,” a networking lunch for mentors and mentees as well as a framework of the mentorship program moving forward.

In its 3rd year, the popular Future Chemists Workshop (FCW) will, once again, be managed by John Carola, Sales Manager with Protameen, and have its largest and most diverse range of participants with students from sister SCC chapters.  FCW is designed for student innovators and leaders of tomorrow and provides real-time insight on how to be a Cosmetic Chemist through a tutorial and practical workshop which is then turned into a mini-challenge.  FCW is led by Team Captain, Christina Ladouceur-Bishop, Senior Manager for Hair Color Product Development, Coty, Inc., and will take place on May 7th in Hall D –“The Chemists’ Classroom.  Participating colleges and universities include:  Fairleigh Dickinson University, FIT, Kean University, Long Island University, Montclair State University, Rutgers, The University of Toledo, and University of Miami Health System.

Past participants of FCW are now working for leading brands and suppliers in the beauty and personal care industry.

“My favorite part about the SCC Suppliers’ Day was being able to formulate on-site! It seemed like a lot of effort went into setting up all of the equipment for this educational session. Not only did we make a cream, but also had a speaker to teach us emulsion formulation basics.  This event was a great way to build connections with suppliers and I enjoyed learning more about the new, innovative raw materials, said Margaret Gorz, Associate Scientist, The Estée Lauder Companies.

“As a student, I was thankful that the SCC gave me the opportunity to attend and that they place a focus on nurturing young talent within the cosmetic science industry,” she added.

Elizabeth Aquirre, a Chemist at L’Oréal, and past FCW participant said,

“I have learned how to network within the industry and how to communicate more effectively attending events such as the Future Chemist Workshop. It was through these experiences that have helped me gain the confidence I needed to engage in conversations which lead to the employment at my current company, L’Oréal. I am truly thankful to have been a part of the Future Chemist Workshop as it was a place that helped me learn and grow.”

Celebrating its 40th Anniversary, NYSCC Suppliers’ Day will also have educational sessions on “Fragrance: The Invisible Art;” “Microbiome: Inside Out Beauty;” “Innovation & Compliance;” “Discover Sustainability;” “The World of Chemistry;” and “Digital Age of Beauty;” along with the pre-show SCC CEP Courses and the ICMAD FDA Cosmetics Regulation Workshop on Thursday, May 9th.

Specialty areas on the expanded exhibit floor include the Innovation Hub & Theater with the CEW Supplier’s Award finalists speaking and showcasing their nominated ingredients and formulations, Presentation Stage,  a 40 Year Retrospective of “The Evolutions of Beauty,” as well as the Future Chemists Workshop in The Chemists Classroom.

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Offers New Educational Programming on Fragrance Development and the Microbiome Role in Product Creations

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

Leading Global Ingredient Trade Show & Conference for Beauty & Personal Care Takes Place May 7-8 at the Javits Center in NY

(New York, NY, May 2019)—Providing relevant education to chemists and product development teams is the hallmark of the NYSCC Suppliers’ DayFragrance: The Invisible Art and Microbiome: Inside Out Beauty are two new educational programs added to Suppliers’ Day, May 7-8, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York.

Sponsored by the American Society of Perfumers, Fragrance: The Invisible Art will take place on Tuesday, May 7, from 10 am – 3 pm.   Attendees will get an inside journey of the fragrance development process and hear from the various “artists” who create this art composition which is often not seen and only understood by the developers.

Speaking in this program will be the customers who develop a new concept that involves a scent.  The perfumer, who then must translate this concept into fragrance, and uses their knowledge of combining various fragrance materials to develop a target scent.  This also requires working with the trained evaluators, also known as the noses, who will perfect the juice with the perfumer.

The marketer’s contribution to the story will also be discussed as they will be responsible for speaking about the overall appeal of the fragrance composition.  Once the fragrance is determined the technician will work in the lab to stabilize coloring and packaging.  The final result – a masterpiece of art – which may be a back drop to the product or the centerpiece that drives the sale.

Fragrance: The Invisible Art panelists include Shana Finkelstein and Ana Nouel, Brand Product Management Fragrance Development, Maesa as the customers;

Kari Arienti, Founder, Aroma Knowledge and Vincent Kuczinski, Vice President Senior Perfumer, MANE Fragrance, as the perfumers; Pamela Vaile, Founder, Pam Vaile Associates as the evaluator; Jenine Guerriero, Director of Marketing, Givaudan as the marketer; and David O’Halloran, Vice President Fragrance and Cosmetic Technology, Arcade Beauty as the technician and Christopher Diienno, Chairman, American Society of Perfumers as the overall conference instructor.

Top of FormMicrobiome: Inside Out Beauty, an exciting new area of research, will take place on Wednesday, May 8, from 9:15 am -1:15 pm.  This new program, moderated by Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director, HAPPI, will dive deep into microbiome and biogenetic technologies and how formulating cosmetics and personal care products includes living, tailor-made solutions.

The stage will be set for the program with a co-panel presentation of “Top Trending Ingredients…Microbiome is One of Them!” by Yarden Horowitz, Co-Founder, Spate; followed by” What Does This Mean for Product Development?” presented by  Karen Young, CEO, The Young Group.

The program then takes a deep dive into Microbiome with: “Development of a 3D Skin Model Colonized with an Uncultured Skin Microbiota,” presented by Valérie Cenizo, Skin Biology Lab Manager, L’Occitane; “Skin Microbiome-based Ingredients for Innovative Cosmetic Formulations:  Key Considerations and Evaluation Methods,” taught by Dr. Pascal Yvon, President/Founder, Biosciences Expansion; and “Claim Support for Microbiome Skin Care,” with Christiane Uhl, Sales Manager, Courage + Khazaka electronic, GmbH.

            There will also be an expert Microbiome panel discussion on this emerging trend with Daniel Winn, President, Acetera; Dr. Marielle Le Maire, Global Head of BU Activities, Symrise; Ferderica Carlomagno, R&D Manager Roehlm; and Simon Grundy, Business Development Manager, proDerm.

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day will also have educational sessions on Innovation & Compliance, Discover Sustainability, The World of Chemistry, and Digital Age of Beauty, along with the pre-show SCC CEP Courses and the ICMAD FDA Cosmetics Regulation Workshop on Thursday, May 9th.

Specialty areas on the expanded exhibit floor include the Future Chemists Workshop, Innovation Hub & Theater with the CEW Supplier’s Award finalists speaking and showcasing their nominated ingredients and formulations, Presentation Theater as well as a 40 Year Retrospective from NYSCC past chairs, members, brands, and suppliers.

CEW Announces the Supplier Award Finalists in its Prestigious Beauty Awards Program

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

NYSCC Sponsored Award Recognizes Innovations in Ingredients and Formulation 

(New York, NY, April 2019)—CEW has announced the finalists of Supplier Award: Ingredients and Formulation, part of its prestigious Beauty Awards. This new award category, sponsored New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists  (NYSCC), recognizes the role that ingredients, formulation and new technology plays in successful product launches.

Mirroring the Academy Awards Science and Technical Achievement awards, the winner of the CEW Supplier Award will be announced in advance at the 40th Annual Suppliers’ Day during its Awards Night event on Tuesday, May 7th at Stage 48. The Supplier Award winner will also be acknowledged at the CEW Beauty Awards luncheon on May 17th along with reveal of the other “Best in Beauty” category winners.

The 2019 CEW Supplier Award; Ingredients and Formulation finalists are:

  • BASF Colors & Effects – Chione™ Electric Fuchsia
  • Catalent Cosmetics – Catalent Superstar Brightening Drone™ Cosmopod® Capsules
  • Croda Inc – Shape and Play Cleansing Sand
  • Dupont – Arctic Snow Crush
  • Kobo Products Inc. – 4 in 1 Multi-Purpose Sunscreen Cream
  • The Dow Chemical Company – AgeCap™ Smooth Cosmetic Ingredient

The finalist were selected from 40 submissions that were reviewed and voted upon by a curated panel of judges that included leading beauty and personal care brands including members of the NYSCC Scientific Advisory Committee.  The judges were: Laura Garratt, SHISEIDO/bareminerals;  Eileen Kim, Chanel; Theresa Phamduy, L’Oreal; Mike Wong, EOS Products; and Tao Zheng, Edgewell Personal Care.

In addition to the winner of the CEW Supplier Award being announced at the Awards Night event during the NYSCC Suppliers’ Day, May 7-8, at the Javits Center, the finalists will also have their innovative entries on display in the Innovations Hub on the exhibit floor during the trade show and conference.           NYSCC Suppliers’ Day will also have educational sessions on Fragrance: The Invisible Art, Microbiome: Inside Out Beauty, Innovation & Compliance, Discover Sustainability, The World of Chemistry, and Digital Age of Beauty, along with the pre-show SCC CEP Courses and the ICMAD FDA Cosmetics Regulation Workshop on Thursday, May 9th.

Specialty areas on the expanded exhibit floor include the Future Chemists Workshop, Innovation Hub & Theater with the CEW Supplier’s Award finalists speaking and showcasing their nominated ingredients and formulations, Presentation Theater as well as a 40 Year Retrospective from NYSCC past chairs, members, brands, and suppliers.

The Evolution of Beauty at NYSCC Suppliers’ Day

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

Registration is Open for Largest Trade Show in North America for Cosmetic Chemistry Innovations & Formulations  

(New York, NY, February 2019)—Attendee registration is now open for the NYSCC (New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists) Suppliers’ Day, celebrating its 40th Anniversary and The Evolution of Beauty. Taking place May 7-8, 2019 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, New York, Suppliers’ Day is the must-attend event for all those seeking innovation, education and business connections in the cosmetics and personal care industries.

Cosmetic chemists, ingredient executives including R&D professionals involved in ingredient/strategic sourcing, formulation experts, and professionals involved in marketing beauty and personal products are encouraged to register as attendees now for this highly anticipated event: https://r1.events-registration.com/SuppliersDay2019/

“Every year we seek to raise the bar in delivering insights and showcasing innovations, and this year’s program contains several new elements to enhance the attendee experience,” said Sonia Dawson, Chair, NYSCC.

Suppliers’ Day will have its biggest exhibit floor to date with more than 500 top suppliers and distributors set to display their latest innovations and industry solutions, and this year’s show floor will showcase an Innovation Hub featuring close to a dozen new solutions, ingredients and formulations, some of which are debuting in North America at Suppliers’ Day.

Specialty areas on the expanded exhibit floor include the Future Chemists Workshop, Innovation and Presentation Theaters, as well as a 40 Year Retrospective from NYSCC past chairs, members, brands, and suppliers.

Curated by the NYSCC Scientific Advisory Committee, Suppliers’ Day will also offer even more hours of educational programming on the topics that are most pressing to those involved in formulations, sourcing, and marketing beauty and personal care products including:

-“Fragrance: The Invisible Art,” an all-day in-depth program co-produced with the American Society of Perfumers, and featuring experts in perfume, scent, essential oils, consumer trends, and more.

-“Innovation & Compliance,” produced by PCPC (Personal Care Products Council) in collaboration with IKW, a leading European Association for German Cosmetic, Toiletry, Perfumery and Detergent, to create a program that addresses important safety, lab testing, and QA topics in the industry today.

-“Inside Out Beauty,” sponsored by HAPPI and focused on supporting Microbiome health through beauty and how understanding the culmination of all environmental exposure the body faces from birth onward, known as the exposome, can impact new cosmetic development.

-Popular program tracks focused on green issues and reducing waste with HAPPI sponsored “Discover Sustainability,” global sourcing and marketing trends from “World of Chemistry,” sponsored by PC Magazine, and new ways to reach consumers and build communities with “Digital Age of Beauty.”

NYSCC has also partnered with CEW, an international organization of 9,000 individual members representing a cross section of beauty and related businesses, on:

“Supplier’s Award: Ingredients and Formulation.”  The winner of this award will be announced at Suppliers’ Day and then celebrated at the CEW Beauty Awards ceremony later in the month.  The Industry Awards Night is also back at Suppliers’ Day and will have an 80’s theme transporting attendees back to the look, feel, and music of some of the first Suppliers’ Days.

Suppliers’ Day is the NYSCC flagship event and is expected to attract close to 10,000 participants working in R&D and product development for the biggest brand manufacturers in beauty and personal care as well as emerging independents.  To register to attend and for more information on NYSCC Suppliers’ Day visit: https://nyscc.org/suppliersday.  Registration is now complimentary for members and non-members. For exhibiting and sponsorship information contact: suppliersday@nyscc.org.

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2019 Announces New Programs & Alliances

by NYSCC NYSCC No Comments

40th Anniversary of Leading Trade Show & Conference for Innovations in Beauty and Personal Care Ingredients, Raw Materials and Formulations

(New York, NY, November 2018)—North America’s main event for beauty ingredients, formulations, and delivery innovations, New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) Suppliers’ Day, recently held a press reception in New York City to announce new educational programming and enhanced industry alliances.  The 40th Annual Suppliers’ Day will take place May 7-8, 2019, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, NY.

New for Suppliers’ Day 2019:

-“Fragrance: The Invisible Art,” an all-day, in-depth Fragrance Program, co-produced with the American Society of Perfumers featuring experts in perfume, scent, essential oils, consumer trends, and more.

-In partnership with CEW again, the “Supplier’s Award: Ingredients and Formulation,”

will be announced in advance at Suppliers’ Day and then celebrated at the renowned, annual CEW Beauty Awards ceremony later in the month. Increasingly, the line between marketing and formulation is being challenged and blurred in product development and this award highlights how all the elements and departments—ingredients, formulation and final delivery—need to work together for successful product launches.

-Spotlight on the important topic of “Safety & Testing.”  Suppliers’ Day will be collaborating with IKW, a leading European Association for German Cosmetic, Toiletry, Perfumery and Detergent, to create a program that addresses important safety and lab testing topics in the industry today.

“We are excited about these new programs added to Suppliers’ Day. These initiatives reflect the very core of NYSCC—fostering education and advancing cosmetic chemistry,” said Cathy Piterski, Chair, NYSCC.

Additional announcements made at the press reception included:

-Suppliers’ Day 2019 has added an additional exhibit hall making it the largest event in the show’s history.  This hall will also feature presentation theaters and an innovation hub that will experientially complement specific theater presentations.

-Renewed partnerships with more to come, including industry associations CEW, ICMAD, IFSCC, and Peclers Paris, a leader in global trends analysis.

-Enhanced student engagement with an expanded Future Chemists Workshop that will include college students from Florida, Illinois and other states across the country, as well as a segment for bench chemists who are new to the industry.

“The 2019 show is being designed to offer the most experiential event in cosmetics chemistry in North America.  We are specifically showcasing programs and specialty areas that will immerse attendees in formulation while highlighting the milestones over four decades that have brought us to 2019!” said Sonia Dawson, Chair-elect, NYSCC.

For more information on NYSCC and Suppliers’ Day visit: https://nyscc.org/suppliers-day or email: suppliersday@nyscc.org.

###

About New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC)

Dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science, the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists, www.nyscc.org, strives to increase and disseminate scientific information through meetings and publications. By promoting research in cosmetic science and industry, and by setting high ethical, professional and educational standards, we reach our goal of improving the qualifications of cosmetic scientists. Our mission is to further the interests and recognition of cosmetic scientists while maintaining the confidence of the public in the cosmetic and toiletries industry.  Connect with NYSCC on Twitter and Facebook at @NYSCC and Instagram: nysccmain

X