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1216 5th Ave, New York, NY 10029, United States

The National Beauty Science Institute

Invites you to its first Masterclass on

“The Science & Sustainability of Beauty”

Wednesday September 13, 2017



The New York Academy of Medicine

1216 5th Ave, New York, NY 10029

RSVP: [email protected]

8:30am Registration9am Welcome by National Beauty Science Institute President, Judy PriceI - 9am-10amDr. Josh Ghaim, Chief Technology Officer (Johnson&Johnson)“Introduction and Professional solutions”Dr. Ghaim will provide an overview of Skin Biology, barrier function and the effects of aging, environmental and other factors on the barrier functions of Skin.  He will categorize different products, common ingredients and their purpose in maintaining this barrier function.  He will discuss dermatological approaches to assessing skin health from infant to adult skin and lastly, he will provide an overview of various skin conditions and the role that science and innovation play in addressing these particular needs: from acne to atopic dermatitis to psoriasis and beyond. II - 10am-11amDr. Bruno Bavouzet, Executive Vice President, Research and Development (LVMH Perfumes and Cosmetics)“New frontiers for Natural Cosmetics”Along with Patrick Choisy Head of LVMH Research Department on natural resourcesCreation of products for cosmetic LVMH brands stands at the frontier of science and art and nature has always been at the core of this expression. Very early, on the basis on ethnobotany, LVMH cosmetic brands have investigated natural key ingredients for perfumes & cosmetics. These exceptional ingredients have been very carefully selected, characterized, extracted with advanced processes to bring new experiences to our customers. In order to go further in environmental improvement, a new discipline called biomimicry has changed scientist’s way of thinking. Taking advantage of 3.8 billion years of evolution, nature has developed performing solutions at multiscale level: materials are made of biodegradable compounds, with low energy consumption and performing functionalities. On one end, scientists started to understand the way it works and develop deep understanding and high technologies in order to transpose these functions into cosmetic products. On the other hand, other experts are preserving traditional know-how to develop sustainable and natural key ingredients into bioinspired product for higher quality. These are complementary approaches that LVMH imagines for the future of beauty.III - 11am-12pmAchim Daub, Global President, Scent & Care (Symrise AG)“Better Living through Scent & Care” Along with Dr. Gerhard Schmaus and Dr. Torsten Kulke, Symrise AG, Holzminden, Germany. Symrise, a leading provider to the global beauty industry of fragrances and cosmetic ingredients will showcase how innovation drives sustainable beauty. Practical examples will encompass natural product innovation through traceable sourcing and community development; up-cycling of plant waste streams into bio-based scent ingredients; as well as how innovative cosmetic 
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 The CEW Achiever Awards celebrate exceptional leaders in beauty and give you an opportunity to connect with friends and colleagues. In addition to honoring female leadership, the time you spend at the CEW Achiever Awards funds a year’s worth of networking, industry intelligence and professional development programs for beauty’s future achievers. Register today! Honorees:Barbara Calcagni, President, NARS CosmeticsMaureen Kelly, CEO & Founder, Tarte CosmeticsJamie Kern Lima, Co-founder & CEO, IT CosmeticsGemma Lionello, EVP, GMM, Accessories & Beauty, NordstromLoretta Miraglia, Corporate SVP, Global Brand Product Development & Innovation, La MerKelly Vanasse, VP, Communications, P&G Global Business Units Philanthropic Achiever Award:Linda Marshall, Founder, James E. Marshall OCD Foundation Contact Information:[email protected], 646-929-8026, and