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Presentation Theater – Wednesday Afternoon

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Presentation Theater – Wednesday Afternoon

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NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Presentation Theater

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Presentation Theater – right on the show floor!

Moderated by Dr. Elizabeth Kaufman

Theater Summary

Right in the center of the sold-out exhibit floor featuring more then 450 suppliers with specialty areas showcasing the art & science of innovation, will be the Presentation Theater. This hub for industry educations house Suppliers’ Day’s complimentary programs including Discover Sustainability and The World of Chemistry. Presentations from our industry partners including C&T, ICMAD, and PCPC will also be showcased in the afternoons along with select interactive exhibitor talks from AIC, Austrade, Coptis, Evonik, Innospec, SGS, Silab and more. Read on for full programming details.

1:15pm – 1:45pm

ICMAD presents:

“Cosmetics Are Safe……We’ll explain why!”

Pam Busiek – President/CEO – ICMAD

A lively discussion lead by Pam Busiek, President & CEO, ICMAD with guests, Sharon Blinkoff, Of Counsel, Locke Lord and Craig Weiss, Consumer Product Testing.
The three will address frequent media scares and provide information that supports the safety and importance of the booming cosmetic world. This one you don’t want to miss!

1:45pm – 2:15pm

Cosmetic & Toiletries Magazine presents:

“5 WellBeauty Trends”

Jeb Gleason-Allured – Editor-in-Chief – Global Cosmetic Industry Magazine

Katie Anderson – Senior Managing Editor – Skin Inc. and Cosmetics & Toiletries Magazines

The wellness industry is valued at $3.7 trillion globally, expanding three times the rate of the pharmaceutical industry as consumers increasingly focus on healthier, more holistic lifestyles. The role of beauty in the wellness movement is immense, spawning new product formats, ingredients and claims, and expanding the category’s reach into new frontiers.

This presentation will focus on some of the most innovation-rich wellness beauty segments from a marketing and technical perspective, including ingestibles, microbiome-friendly products, sleep, environmental defense and more.

The trends:

  1. Beauty Sleep: Sleep-centric beauty concepts.
  2. Inside Out: Ingestibles/nutricosmetics.
  3. Simply Beautiful: Minimalist formulations and processing.
  4. Evironmental Defense: Protection from modern, urbanized lifestyles, including pollution and blue light.
  5. Holistic Microbiome: Pre- and post-biotic and microbiome-friendly innovations.

2:15pm – 2:45pm

Austrade presents:

“StoppOx® Natural Antioxidant – Protecting your Products”

Dr. rer. Medic. Dipl. –Ing. Pharm. Chemie David Hauck – All Organic Treasures GmbH  – Austrade Inc.

StoppOx® is a natural antioxidant for cosmetic products. StoppOx® ensures the high stability and safety of your perfumes and fragrances, oils and active ingredients and decisively extends the minimum shelf life. The formation of irritants such as peroxides and fragrance allergens from oxidizing scents is markedly reduced.

2:45pm – 3:15pm

AIC presents:

“MicroSilver BG™: A Natural & Broad Spectrum Antimicrobial Skin Active”

Karl Richter – President – RFH BioTek Inc / Bio-Gate AG

MicroSilver BG™ is a pure silver additive that supports stressed and irritated skin and promotes a healthier and blemish free skin complexion. Well established in Europe with products on the market for: dermatological skincare, post treatment skincare, wound care, anti-aging and daily skincare regimens. There are numerous forms of silver including silver salts, zeolites, colloidal / nanosilver suspensions and more recently – MicroSilver. Although, each silver technology relies on silver ions, the delivery system, antimicrobial sustainability, effectiveness and safety of each technology varies immensely. This presentation will address all of these items and provide information and studies to illustrate the benefits and the significant advantages of highly porous & micro-sized pure silver particles. (ECOCERT, NPA, Patented).

3:15pm – 3:45pm

Evonik presents:

“Skinolance – Balanced Skin Microbiome Inspired by Probiotic Science”

Dr. Annika Schrader – Global Head of Marketing, Active Ingredients – Evonik Nutrition and Care GmbH

Millions of tiny organisms define our skin microbiota and play an important role in the skin’s natural defense. As consumers learn more about this hidden dimension of the skin, Evonik’s new Skinolance® active ingredient can help by restoring and promoting the natural balance of the skin’s microbiota. This in turn can enhance skin barrier function and appearance.

Presenter Details

Pam Busiek – President/CEO – ICMAD

Pamela Jo Busiek became President and CEO of the Independent Cosmetics Manufacturers and Distributors (ICMAD) in July 2011. She also served on the Board of Directors for four years including President. Busiek’s entrepreneurial background makes her well suited in this role. Her goals are to improve collaboration within the industry, increase benefits and services to members, and grow ICMAD. Busiek has been in the beauty industry for more than 34 years and served as President of CBI Laboratories for five years and created and marketed her own international skincare and vitamin line under The Solutions Companies. Busiek’s passion is quality and excellence that were cultivated through her initial exposure to the beauty world as a graduate of the Neiman Marcus Executive Training Program. She is an international speaker on the benefits of private label, advocacy and business growth. Busiek attended Southern Methodist University and graduated with a business degree with a concentration in Economics and Marketing.

ICMAD, Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors, is a non-profit trade association supporting creative, innovative companies, from startups to established multinational businesses of all sizes. ICMAD’s goal is to help our members succeed in the rapidly changing, highly competitive global cosmetics and personal care industry. Since 1974, ICMAD has provided essential guidance and support through business tools, publications, education, networking opportunities, and key advocacy support.

We are proud to help our members foster the creativity and innovation that is the heart of the cosmetics and personal care industry. Stay on top of the latest industry regulations, news and events with ICMAD online at www.icmad.org, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linkedin.

Jeb Gleason-Allured – Editor-in-Chief – Global Cosmetic Industry Magazine

Jeb Gleason-Allured is the Editor in Chief of Global Cosmetic Industry Magazine and Perfumer & Flavorist Magazine. Representing the fourth generation of the Allured family to work with the industry, he is an honorary member of the American Society of Perfumers, a member of Cosmetic Executive Women, and serves as the program director of the World Perfumery Congress and Flavorcon events.

Katie Anderson – Senior Managing Editor – Skin Inc. and Cosmetics & Toiletries Magazines

Katie Anderson is the senior managing editor of Skin Inc. and Cosmetics & Toiletries as well as the conference director for the Face & Body brand of events. She has been a beauty editor for over 12 years. She served as both assistant and associate editor for nine years at Cosmetics & Toiletries before moving to Skin Inc. in 2015. Prior to that, she wrote the beauty columns for lifestyle magazine Chicago Scene. In 2017, she once again joined Cosmetics & Toiletries to reemerge herself in her love for cosmetic science and technology. She has her master’s degree in journalism from Columbia College Chicago. She was a long-time member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists, is a member of the International Spa Association and is a current board member on the Esthetic’s Council.

Dr. rer. Medic. Dipl. –Ing. Pharm. Chemie David Hauck – All Organic Treasures GmbH – Austrade Inc.

Dr. Hauck has been in the beauty industry for over two decades, holding positions such as Director of R&D at renowned natural cosmetics and pharmaceutical companies.
Further accomplishments include the creation of production facilities and quality assurance laboratories in the natural cosmetic industry.
Several of his publications and research findings on handling natural substances are available on the market.  Dr. Hauck is a member of Dermatological Research Associates and constituent scientist of one of the world’s leading natural cosmetics certifiers.  Within this framework, EU decision making on related topics is based on Dr. Hauck’s research work and contributions.  Dr. Hauck is furthermore a member of several scientific curatorium.

Karl Richter – President – RFH BioTek Inc / Bio-Gate AG

• Systems Design Engineering Degree from the University of Waterloo, Canada (2000)
• North American partner of Bio-Gate AG, Germany
• Responsible for Business Development of Bio-Gate’s technologies including:
 MicroSilver BG™ & other antimicrobial additives
 HyProtect™ – PVD/CVD Plasma coatings for medical implants
 Antimicrobial testing and R&D services

Dr. Annika Schrader – Global Head of Marketing, Active Ingredients – Evonik Nutrition and Care GmbH

After her PhD in biology at Beiersdorf AG, Hamburg, in cooperation with the University of Oldenburg, Dr. Annika Schrader continued her professional career at Beiersdorf as Research Scientist. After one year she took over responsibility for the research lab “Dry Aged Skin” as Lab Manager till 2012. Before joining Evonik Industries in March 2013 as Technical Service Manager, Mrs. Schrader was R&D Manager Personal care at Clariant (Germany) GmbH. 2017 Annika became Global Head of Marketing for Active Ingredients at Evonik Nutrition Care GmbH.

Moderator: Dr. Elizabeth Kaufman, Ph.D.

Dr. Elizabeth Kaufman works at BYK as a senior research chemist in charge of surface and defoamer additives. She defended her PhD in polymer chemistry from NYU in 2017. Her work in the Weck group focused on the synthesis and biological applications of dendrimers. In 2014 she was awarded the Kramer Fellowship.

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