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Early Bird – Through 04/30/18

  • $360 = SCC Member
  • $490 = Non-Member
  • $210 = SCC Student Member

After 04/30/18

  • $410 = SCC Member
  • $540 = Non-Member
  • $235 = SCC Student Member

Click the course title below for full information:

  1. Fundamentals of Using Colorants
  2. Speaking the Language
  3. Scale Up and Processing Cosmetic Formulations

Once you have made your selection, and click “Register Now,” you will begin the general Suppliers’ Day registration process, which allows you to register for the CEP Course of your choice, along with other programs of interest.  Expo admission is inclusive with your registration!

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Fundamentals of Using Colorants in Cosmetics and Personal Care Products

May 14th, 2018 (9:00am-5:00pm)

Javits Center – Level 1 Meeting Rooms

Kelly A. Dobos

Course Summary

The incorporation of color in cosmetic and personal care products is part art and part science. What seems like a simple and fun exercise in pigment blending is reliant on a complex set of decisions. Factors such as the regulatory environment, cost, and stability as well as physical and chemical properties of each colorant all play an essential role in determining success in product development. This course will cover numerous topics including color theory, the regulatory environment and color quality control.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for the novice cosmetic chemists working with pigments and dyes but also skin care chemists as the lines between color cosmetics and skin care continue blur.

While we encourage you to register for any course that interests you, as a guide please note that courses marked NEXTGEN are primarily geared toward young professionals, students and those who are new to or looking for a refresher on certain topics. Please view the course agendas to further guide your registration.

Course Outline

  • Color Theory
  • Classification of Cosmetic Colorants
  • Regulatory Considerations
    • US FDA
    • Global
  • Organic Pigment Chemistry and Stability
  • Inorganic Pigment Chemistry and Stability
  • Additional Properties of Cosmetic Pigments
  • Dispersion
  • General Recommendations for Selection of Pigments
    • Selection by Product Type
    • Useful Substitutions
  • Color Evaluation Methodology
  • Treated Pigments
  • Effect Pigments
  • Natural Colorants Permitted by the US FDA

About the Instructor

Kelly A. Dobos – Technical Manager – Sun Chemical Corporation

Kelly A. Dobos is a cosmetic chemist with expertise in both skin care and color cosmetic formulation. She is the cosmetics technical manager at Sun Chemical Corporation where she is a key technical liaison with cosmetic research and development groups in North and South America. She graduated from Oberlin College with a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry and obtained a Master of Science in pharmaceutical sciences with an emphasis in cosmetic science from the James L Winkle College of Pharmacy (WCOP) at the University of Cincinnati. She is a recent recipient of the GOLD (Graduate of the Last Decade) Distinguished Alumni Award from the WCOP.

Kelly has served the Society of Cosmetic Chemists in numerous roles at the local and national level including Chapter Chair, Area II Director, National Treasurer, Executive Committee, Committee of Scientific Affairs (COSA), and Committee on Chapter Affairs (COCA), Constitution & Bylaws Committee, Nominations & Elections Committee, and the Editorial Review Committee for Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists.  Kelly is the Society’s current Vice President and will assume the role of President in 2019.

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Speaking the Language – Basics in Scientific Terminology for the Cosmetics Industry

May 14th, 2018 (9:00am-5:00pm)

Javits Center – Level 1 Meeting Rooms

Nava Dayan Ph.D.

Course Summary

This CEP course is aimed at providing key fundamental knowledge in layman language to scientific terms used in our industry. Such can be related to skin biochemistry; chemistry and physics. It will cover: definition of key words, skin structure and function, major cells and components, structure of genes, meaning of expression, definition and role of cytokines, enzymes and receptors. A special focus will be provided to skin aging as well as utilization of “omics” technologies (such as genomics, proteomics, lipidomics) and to the skin microbiome.

Who Should Attend

While we encourage you to register for any course that interests you, as a guide please note that courses marked NEXTGEN are primarily geared toward young professionals, students and those who are new to or looking for a refresher on certain topics. Please view the course agendas to further guide your registration.

Professionals in the cosmetic and personal care industry:

  • Marketing/ Sales
  • Beginners in the industry
  • Advanced chemists who wish to refresh their memory
  • Production/ QC/QA/ Regulatory
  • Supply chain
  • Professionals with background in Physics and Chemistry who wish to strengthen their knowledge in biology
  • Formulation chemists

Course Outline

  • 9:00-10:30
    • Skin layers
      • Startum corneum
      • Startum granulosum
      • Living epidermis
      • Dermis
    • What are stem cells and why they are important?
    • Skin stem cells
    • Differentiated cells
      • Keratinocytes
      • Fibroblasts
      • Merkel cells

    10:45-12:00

    • Melanogenesis
    • Langehans cells and skin’s acquired immunity
    • Genes
    • Genes expression
    • Proteins and peptides
    • Description and function of
    • Cytokines
    • Receptors
    • Enzymes

    1:00-2:30

    • Desmosomes
    • Tight junctions
    • Skin barrier
    • Skin irritation and sensitization
    • Skin aging
      • Theories
      • Aging at the different layers: epidermis and dermis changes

    2:45-4:30

    • Omics in Skin care
    • The skin microbiome

About the Instructor

Nava Dayan Ph.D.– Dr. Nava Dayan LLC

Nava Dayan Ph.D. Pharm has 28 years of experience in the skin care segment, and has yielded more than 150 publication credits in numerous industry-respected journals and in four books. She has been awarded the In-Cosmetics Gold Award for innovation and commensurate recognition from the NYSCC and the CRS for excellence.  Dr. Dayan is the owner of Dr. Nava Dayan L.L.C, a skin science and research consultancy serving the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and personal care industries; dermal and transdermal. Dr. Dayan advises on product feasibility in skin care, composition of R&D plans covering efficacy and toxicology; planning, execution and data interpretation into claims, formulations, delivery for improved efficacy and attenuated toxicity.  Sample areas of expertise include:  drug-skin interaction, bio-markers (genomics and proteomics), skin/age related sensitivities, inflammatory skin disorders, innate immunity and microbiome. Contact: nava.dayan@verizon.net

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Scale Up and Processing Cosmetic Formulations

May 14th, 2018 (9:00am-5:00pm)

Javits Center – Level 1 Meeting Rooms

David Yacko

Course Summary

In the cosmetic industry it is imperative that new products get from the bench to manufacturing as quickly as possible. This is the job of the Process Development Engineer and the process is called scale up.  The talk will discuss the different aspects of scale up: heat transfer, addition rates and energy input as it pertains to batch size and different equipment.

Who Should Attend

This course is for anyone involved in:

  • Developing products on the bench.
  • Scaling up cosmetic products.
  • First production batches.
  • Regular production of batches.
  • Suppliers of raw materials to the cosmetic industry.

Course Outline

  • Scale Up Introduction
  • Cosmetic Processing Equipment
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Vessels
    • 
Mixers
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High Shear Mixers
  • Batch
  • Inline
  • Pumps
  • Scale Up Parameters and Variables
    • Liquids-Emulsions-Emulsions/Solids
      • Batch
      • Heating/Cooling
      • Mass Transfer
      • Controlling Shear
    • Continuous
      • Heating/Cooling
      • Mass Transfer
      • Controlling Shear
    • Emulsions/Solids
      • Shade Matching
    • Procedure Requirements
      • Terms
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Equipment Lists/Details/Controls
      • Filling Concerns/Requirements

About the Instructor

DAVID YACKO was Vice President Research and Development at Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. which is one of the world’s leading cosmetic developers and manufacturers for 15 years. He had been with Estee Lauder over 25 years before retiring in 2016.  His department was responsible for worldwide scale-up for Estee Lauder Companies, Inc.  He earned his BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Tri State University in Angola, Indiana.  David has worked in the cosmetic industry for 40 years.  He spent 17 years with Chesebrough-Ponds in both Research and Development (13 years) and Manufacturing (4 years).

David currently lives in Walterboro, SC.

* Please note that Course Fee includes coffee/bagels, lunch/beverages and afternoon snack. All course materials are included in the fee as well. Any required Parking and/or Hotel accommodations must be made by attendee. A selection of nearby hotels is available here.

All sales for CEP courses are final and non-refundable. If you cannot attend the original course you registered for, you can transfer the credit to a future course. Course fees are also transferable to another person at least 7 days before the course date.

NOTE: The SCC reserves the right to cancel any course for extenuating circumstances. A full refund will be issued in this case.

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