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VIRTUAL SHOW KICK-OFF – RIBBON CUTTING
10:00AM

EXHIBITOR DEMOS & VISIT THE EXPO
10:00AM

INNOVATIONS – PRESENTATION THEATER
10:30AM – 2:00PM
Here you will learn and experience the innovations and solutions provided by Suppliers’ Day Exhibitors.

11/15: Solving Cosmetic Formulation Issues
10:00AM

Formulators are increasingly challenged to create new cosmetic products with limited resources of time and money. For a product to resonate with demanding consumers, formulation “must haves” include innovation, product performance and elegance.

11/16: Discover Sustainability
10:00AM

This track has become a Suppliers’ Day staple containing quick, but powerful presentations focusing on green beauty, the state of sustainability, and certification, to name a few.

11/17: Conscious Inclusion
10:00AM

Mindful Leadership Communication to Prioritize Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

11/18: INDIE 360
10:00AM

Focusing on every angle, Indie brand founders will tell their stories: challenges, opportunities, success and more!

11/19: Highlights from AWARDS – Celebrating What We Create
12:00PM

11/22: Skin Aromatherapy & Stress
10:00AM

We generally understand olfactory receptors to be located in the nose and to play the central role in our sense of smell, however, these receptors are also found in the skin and can regulate cell functions utilizing a unique mechanism of action activated by olfactory compounds used as cosmetic active ingredients. As we recover from the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, join us to learn how rose olfactory compounds activate newly-discovered olfactory receptors in the skin and can protect the skin from the effects of stress.

11/23: 5 Key Goals for Sustainable Cosmetics in 2022
10:00AM

As a result of continuously growing environmental awareness and even greater focus on their health and wellness, today’s consumers are spending more time researching the products and brands that align with their holistic lifestyle, taking care not only of their skin but also on the planet. They expect quality from their natural cosmetic products with a main attribute gaining more critical consideration in recent years, i.e., sustainability. With forceful market pressure and the irreversible shift towards naturality with sustainability, cosmetic companies must effectively commit to specific goals and values if they want to strive for growth in a very competitive and fast-paced market. During this presentation, key sustainability goals for the cosmetic industry during 2022 will be highlighted.

11/29: Trends & Formulations for Gentle Cleansing
10:00AM

As modern consumers continue to seek new and improved ways to optimize their cleansing routines, one trend stands out over others: the need for more gentle cleansing. What is driving this trend and what sorts of strategies can formulators take to help consumer meet these needs? Clean beauty solutions for highly biobased, sulfate-free and PEG-free formulations will be discussed, including aqueous, anhydrous, and solid product formats. Vegan-compliant lab-scale testing to benchmark and evaluate formulation modifications will be discussed to help formulators know if desired low-irritation endpoints are likely to be achieved.

11/30: Digital Age of Beauty
10:00AM

This program that will focus on key strategies and innovations that influence product development, and speed to market – as well as digital tools that drive, measure and analyze consumer engagement and the demands they set forth.

12/1: Ethoxylated World of Personal Care
10:00AM

Over the years, the cosmetics industry has failed to respond to the misinformation spread by various organizations and marketers of ‘natural products’ with respect to ethoxylated materials and consumer products in general.  The inexplicable inaction of the industry during years towards the reduction of 1,4 dioxanein ether sulfates helped to aggravate the situation. Recent regulations by the state of New York, especially for rinse-off products, will force the industry to do what it could have been done over the years on a voluntary basis. And what started with ether sulfates soon undeservedly expanded to other materials having the word ether or PEG’s, such as all families of nonionic ethoxylated emulsifiers. Unfortunately, the overzealous urge of some sectors of the industry to replace anything having the word ‘ether’ with other materials, often of inferior performance, has done nothing but help to ‘sanction’ the misinformation as correct. This presentation will make a side-by-side comparison of some of the claims made against ethoxylated materials (PEG’s, nonionic ether, ether sulfates) versus the available data from peer-reviewed scientific papers and other reliable technical sources.

12/2: World of Chemistry 10:00AM

A staple in NYSCC education! It delivers global perspective and discussion on raw materials, solutions, formulation, and regulations. Presenters include leading experts from countries and regions that define the beauty landscape

12/3: FOCUS ON INNOVATIONS – CEW FINALISTS REPLAYED
10:00AM

12/6: CLEAN & NATURAL BEAUTY PANEL
10:00AM

Touching on ingredients, formulations and preserving those formulations, this panel discussion will provide a look at the challenges, as well as the solutions available as clean beauty is defined.

12/7: INNOVATIONS FROM THE SHOW FLOOR
10:00AM

Here will you learn and experience the innovations and solutions provided by Suppliers’ Day Exhibitors.

12/8: IBA – REGULATORY & COMPLIANCE
10:00AM

Complimentary! What you need to know for 2022! A must attend session presented by Independent Beauty Association.

12/9: INNOVATIONS – PRESENTATION THEATER
10:00AM

Here will you learn and experience the innovations and solutions provided by Suppliers’ Day Exhibitors.

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