The Science Behind Asian Cosmetics Edition 6: Workshop

Naturals and Minimalist

Mar 14, 2019 - Mar 15, 2019

Programme  

2 full days Workshop FULLY SUBSCRIBED

If you would like to be on our waiting list, please email to secretariat@scss.org.sg

Registration for Theory Session is OPEN. Please Scroll down to register. Alternatively, you can join us on actual day and pay at the event. 

Applicable for the 2 full days session participants only  - Singapore Society of Cosmetic Scientist will provide a certification.

The Science Behind Asian Cosmetics Edition 6: Workshop

Time

Day 1 Programme, 14th March (The Naturals)

0900

930

Naturals: The Beauty and the Risks by Tan Ming Jie, Denova Sciences

0930

1000

The Natural Trend & Skinfood by Andrew Lim, Jungbunzlauer

1000

1030

Tea Break

1030

1100

The 6th Sense: Innovation with Natural Ingredients by Virginie Boulier, Sensient

1100

1130

Natural Beauty Trends by Earl Lazo, Croda

1145

1300

Lunch

1300

1500

Workshop 1: Is it Possible to Innovate with Natural Ingredients? by Virginie Boulier & RuiQi Tham, Sensient

1500

1700

Workshop 2: Clean Conscious by Serena Teo & Earl Lazo, Croda

Time

Day 2 Programme, 15th March (The Minimalist)

0900

0930

Johnson and Johnson (Topic to be confirmed) by Kesh Gunasinghe

0930

1000

From Basic Science to Identification of Novel Actives for Sebum Control by Prof Maurice van Steensel, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine; Skin Research Institute of Singapore

1000

1030

Tea Break

1030

1100

Simple is Beautiful:  The Trend of Minimalist Product Design in Cosmetics by Jonathan Sy, Solvay

1100

1130

Doing better with less: what is the future for minimalist textures? by Marty Lumain, Seppic

1145

1300

Lunch

1300

1445

Workshop 3: How to Formulate Simply by Lynlie Lim, Solvay

1445

1630

Workshop 4: Minimalist Mist On-the-Go! by Marty Lumain, Seppic

1630

1700

Certificate Presentation and wrap up

Day 1:

Naturals: The Beauty and the Risks by Tan Ming Jie, Denova Sciences

There is an increase in consumption of natural and environmentally friendly products due to consumers’ increasing awareness about products and the importance of sustainability. This also drives the need to discover novel natural actives for the personal care industry. 

However, natural extract/active poses potential skin irritation due to the lack of research done on these extracts. Environmental uncertainties further affect the quality and safety risks of such ingredients. Efficacy of natural actives also remains an important aspect to consider and requires evaluation before use in a product formulation.

The Natural Trend & Skinfood by Andrew Lim, Jungbunzlauer

Personal Care and Cosmetic Industry are listening to consumer demand for natural and safe ingredients. What is good enough to eat is good enough for the skin?

What challenges and opportunities when using natural ingredients claims in formulation?

Provide insights of natural ingredients (ECOCERT/COMOS APPROVED) and the respective function with respect to moisturisation, exfoliation and anti-bacterial properties.

The 6th Sense: Innovation with Natural Ingredients by Virginie Boulier, Sensient

Beauty starts with a sensorial experience. At Sensient, we reveal beauty through SENSory experiences creating technological and high-performance ingredIENT’s for cosmetics industry. Nature inspires us to innovate and we are committed to a sustainable approach. Come and discover our high purity natural colors & performance natural ingredients to heighten the sensory identity of your cosmetics.

Natural Beauty Trends by Earl Lazo, Croda

The world mega trends are revolving around holistic wellbeing and caring more for ourselves and the fragile earth. This presentation will highlight 5 key natural beauty trends such as Superfood, Natural and Organic, Clean Beauty, Free from and Sustainable Beauty. Let’s join Croda to go through the trends and offer some key solutions for tomorrow's must have products.

Formulation Workshop 1:  Clean Conscious by Serena Teo/Earl Lazo, Croda

The rise of clean eating has been strongly influencing the beauty industry and this clean conscious trend is quietly becoming a craze. So, in this formulation workshop, let Croda inspire you with a hands-on experience of formulating clean conscious ingredients and offer solutions in answer to this worldwide, rising trend.

Formulation Workshop 2: Is it Possible to Innovate with Natural Ingredients? by Virginie Boulier & RuiQi Tham, Sensient

It is not easy to incorporate pigments in a O/W emulsion or to prepare natural transparent gel containing high amount of oils.

Let’s prepare together several natural formulations combining texturing agent and colors.

Day 2

Johnson and Johnson (Topic to be confirmed) by Kesh Gunasinghe

From Basic Science to Identification of Novel Actives for Sebum Control by Prof Maurice van Steensel MD PhD, Professor of Dermatology and Skin Biology, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine; Research Director, Skin Research Institute of Singapore

Functional cosmetics contain actives that are claimed to promote skin health and appearance. For this reason, consumers are keen to use them. They also expect to see benefits. To live up to expectations, a functional cosmetic must action relevant aspects of skin physiology. Identifying suitable actives to achieve this can be challenging. In my talk, I will explain how we use basic science to design assays that reliably identify actives with desired functionality.

Doing better with less: what is the future for minimalist textures? by Marty Lumain, Seppic

‘Minimalist' consumers feel the need to be reassured. They seek basic beauty care formula with a return to frugality. This presentation caters to their expectations such as having "short labels" (simple but require the use of multifunctional ingredients), following "do-it-yourself" trend (use a universal but customizable base with varying actives) and ensuring "purity, transparency and safety". 

Simple is Beautiful:  The Trend of Minimalist Product Design in Cosmetics by Jonathan Sy, Solvay

Simplicity now encompasses many aspects of our daily life.  Consumers are already used to minimalist designs and experiences (e.g. consumer electronics, furniture).  These designs serve to hide the complexity behind their engineering.  In the intersection of wellness and beauty, simplicity can provide a relief to consumers who are over-loaded with information from social media and other channels.  Formulations, packaging and labelling that are designed with strong minimalist influences are appealing to the growing demographic of consumers attuned to discretion over complexity, and those who are trying to de-clutter and live simple but more meaningful and healthier lifestyles.

Workshop 3: How to Formulate Simply by Lynlie Lim, Solvay

The key to formulating successful products that cater to the minimalist trend is to choose ingredients that do more.  In other words:  use multi-functional ingredients.  In this workshop we will demonstrate the use of multi-functional ingredients to produce minimalist formulations such as an emulsifier-free cream and natural serum, as well as a high internal phase transparent emulsion.

Workshop 4: Minimalist Mist On-the-Go! by Marty Lumain, Seppic

Formulate a stable on-the-go mist which can deliver radiant and healthy skin. This formula features "FLUIDIFEEL EASY", a new liquid  O/W emulsifier from vegetable origin,  suitable for low and very low viscosity beauty products. Since it can be cold processable, it delivers time and energy saving advantages. It also contains actives such as TALADVANCE, a nature-like extract of Talapetraka for a radiant skin and EQUIBIOME™, sourced at the core of the roots of Great Burdock (Arctium lappa) for long-lasting skin comfort. A must try formula!

 

Registration fee structure:

Members: (valid 2018-2019 membership^)

Pricing, SGD

2 Day Workshop:(including theory)*

800

1 Day Workshop:(including theory)

500

Theory only (Day 1 & 2)

200

 

 

Non-Members:

 

2 Day Workshop: (including theory)*

900

1 Day Workshop: (including theory)

600

Theory only (Day 1 & 2 mornings)

250

*Priority for registration will be given to participants who register for the full programme, on a first-come first served basis due to limited capacity.

You are welcome to JOIN us as a NEW member at SGD$80 (membership valid until March 2020) at http://scss.org.sg/About/Membership

 

If you faced any technical issue while registration / need invoice for payment, please email to secretariat@scss.org.sg . We will revert to you soonest.

 

If you receive an invoice payment notification - No action is required if payment done. Invoice for your reference only.

Thank you .
 

 

Venue for theory:

Teaching Block 11B Level 5, Lecture Theatre 5,

School of Chemical and Life Sciences, Singapore Polytechnic

Venue for practical:

Perfumery and Cosmetic Science Centre, Teaching Block 11B, Level 2,

School of Chemical and Life Sciences, Singapore Polytechnic.

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NOTE:

Due to limited seats, registration will be upon receipt of payment. Hence, we highly encourage payment via Bank Transfer in order to secure a seat at the earliest date.

 

More details will be updated via email and this webpage, as they become available.

 

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