The Science Behind Asian Cosmetics Edition 5

Surfing The Korean Wave: Meeting the Trends of Tomorrow

Mar 14, 2018 - Mar 15, 2018

Singapore Polytechnic Perfumery & Cosmetic Science Centre

 

 

Speakers & Synopsis

Day 1 - Wednesday, 14 March 2018

 

Korean Skincare Trends 2017 by Sharon Kwek, Mintel

The Korean beauty (K-beauty) market remains buoyant thanks to fast-paced innovations, highly engaged local consumers and an influx of travellers buying K-beauty hero products. Facial skincare is the main beneficiary of K-Beauty innovation. The whole market has become more fragmented as new claims, formats and rituals are introduced. 2017 rounded up with many beauty innovations that kept the industry busy in keeping track and trying out the next best innovation. K-Beauty is more than a trend but it encompasses many trends within it that continues to impact the global beauty space. Mintel reviews the Korean skincare trends that triumph over the competitive landscape and the areas of focus moving forward.

 

Textures and Sensories in Korea by Diane Ahn, Sensient

Korea is ahead of the curve when it comes to innovation in skincare products. Textures and sensorial feel form important aspects to complete the delivery of a product to consumers. Sensient will share with you how you can create appeal with new textures and sensorial feel.

 

Cosmetofood Mania: Inspiring Trends & Textures by Marty Lumain, Seppic

SEPPIC capitalizes on the Cosmetofood craze where consumers clamour for beauty products inspired by food. This presentation will highlight trends and formulations not necessarily limited to gastronomical delight but can be extended to skincare. It's time to join Seppic to discover and rediscover novel ingredients in original recipes!

 

Workshop 1: Smooth Skin Delight Coffee Slimming Gel by Marty Lumain, Seppic

A light, fresh and non-sticky formula rich in active ingredients for a slim silhouette. It is easy to spread and gives ultra-silky skin feel.

 

Workshop 2: EWG Green Creams: Gattefossé, by Anais Bonnefoy, Gattefossé

In addition to craving for funny and innovative products, Korean customers also care about their health and environment. To use greener and safer ingredients, they use the Environmental Working Group (EWG) scoring. In this presentation, let’s discover what EWG green means and how it impacts the way of formulating cosmetic products.

 

Day 2 - Thursday, 15 March 2018

 

Korea Beauty Overview: by Dr. Scott Kwon, Johnson & Johnson

It is for overall overview of Korea beauty market, success factors, signature K-Beauty product, oversea business and consumer behavior.

 

Decoding Korean Beauty to be the significant drivers of tomorrow's cosmetics: by Emilie Venera, Givaudan

Korea is the beating heart of the new beauty trends, innovations, and appealing packaging development. With original textures featuring high level expertise ingredients, Korea is on the cutting edge of beauty industry. K-Beauty products combine function and fun giving actually working cosmetics that are a pleasure to use. Givaudan Active Beauty, will go through the trend and offer some key solutions for tomorrow's must have products.

 

Jeju Island – Korea’s treasure chest: by Guido Appl & Carlos Ilao, Clariant

Jeju Island is the largest island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula. Its special geographical location and climate creates rich biodiversity, which is regarded as a precious treasure for raw materials in beauty care.

Clariant will take the audience to an amazing journey on Jeju Island to explore its uniqueness and will demonstrate opportunities through the strategic partnership with BioSpetrum, a raw material supplier, originally from Jeju Island. Clariant translates the biodiversity into solutions to address the beauty trends from Korea.

 

Workshop 3: Formulating with Jeju Island Treasures: by Carlos Ilao, Clariant

Consumers display totally new habits and preferences in the digital era, consequently, “Safe”, “Experience”, “Smart”, “Aqua” and “Fun” are five key words representing the beauty trend in Korea.

Combining all major elements out of Clariant’s large portfolio in personal care, and leveraging the advantages of the biodiversity in Jeju Island, we develop novel formulation concepts and solution kits to respond to the five key words representing the trends from Korea.

 

Workshop 4: K-Beauty Double Cleanse by Earl Lazo, Croda

Double Cleansing is the first two steps in the Korean Beauty (K-Beauty) skin care routine which involves washing the face twice with two different formulations. The first step, aimed at removing make-up and sebum uses an oil-based cleanser and the second step uses a water-based cleanser removing any dirt, debris and the remaining oil residue from the first cleanser.

In answer to the double cleansing trend, Croda developed two formulations which will be showcased in this workshop: a Cleansing Oil Jelly which is a crystal clear oil gel formulation and a Smoothing and Refreshing Micellar water cleanser that may just look like water in the bottle, but the simplicity of this formulation is its key.

The Programme

From To Day 1 Programme, 14th March
0900 0930 Registration and tea break
0930 1015 Korean Skincare Trends 2017 by Sharon Kwek, Mintel
1015 1100 Textures and Sensories in Korea by Diane Ahn, Sensient
1100 1145 Cosmetofood Mania: Inspiring Trends & Textures by Marty Lumain, Seppic
1145 1300 Lunch
1300 1500 Workshop 1: Smooth Skin Delight Coffee Slimming Gel by Marty Lumain, Seppic
1500 1700 Workshop 2: EWG Green Creams by Anais Bonnefoy, Gattefossé
 
From To Day 2 Programme, 15th March
0900 0915 Registration and tea break
0915 1000 Korea Beauty Overview by Dr. Scott Kwon, Johnson and Johnson
1000 1045 Decoding Korean Beauty to be the significant drivers of tomorrow's cosmetics by Givaudan
1045 1130 Jeju Island – Korea’s treasure chest by Guido Appl & Carlos Ilao, Clariant
1130 1245 Lunch
1245 1445 Workshop 3: Formulating with Jeju Island Treasures by Carlos Ilao, Clariant
1500 1700 Workshop 4: K-Beauty Double Cleanse by Earl Lazo, Croda
1645 1700 Wrap up

 Registration

Fees (per person):

Members:

2 Day Workshop: S$600

1 Day Workshop: S$350

Theory only (Day 1 & 2 mornings): S$275

 

Non-Members:

2 Day Workshop: S$700

1 Day Workshop: S$400

Theory only (Day 1 & 2 mornings): S$300

 

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