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We’re pleased to announce 18 March will be J-Beauty Ingredients Day, part 3 of the in-cosmetics Asia’s online learning series. J-Beauty continues to grow in popularity, renowned for it’s highly efficacious ingredients within the cosmetics industry. This event will bring together specialists from renowned Japanese companies sharing their inside look at the rise of the J-Beauty trend that blends traditional treatments with modern ingredients.

Prepare for the future of cosmetics by joining us on 18 March for J-Beauty Ingredients Day!

See presentation details and registrations links below schedule. Please note that registration is required for each individual session you wish to attend.

If you can’t catch the presentations live, they will be available to watch after the event, so continue with your registration to be notified about when the sessions of your interest are available on-demand.


Schedule

CompanyThailand, IndonesiaMalaysia, Singapore, Philippines, ChinaJapan, KoreaCentral Europe
Nikko9:30-10:0010:30-11:0011:30-12:003:30-4:00
Nikko10:15-10:4511:15-11:4512:15-12:454:15-4:45
ADEKA13:30-14:0014:30-15:0015:30-16:007:30-8:00
Maruzen14:15-14:4515:15-15:4516:15-16:458:15-8:45
Vitamin c6015:00-15:3016:00-16:3017:00-17:309:00-9:30
Oryza15:45-16:0016:45-17:1517:45-18:159:45-10:15
Ichimaru16:30-17:0017:30-18:0018:30-19:0010:30-11:00

Boosting skincare performance with a novel “just add” vesicle technology

James Seguerra, Vice Director at NIKKOL GROUP Nikko Chemicals Co., Ltd.
18 March, 11:30-12:00 JST/KST (2:30-3:00am GMT)

Techniques to effectively deliver and release skincare actives into the deeper layers of the skin remain costly and relies on special equipment. In this webinar, we will introduce a solution: NIKKOL Nikkosome® PV-PF, a stable bilayer vesicle technology that can be easily added into toners, essences or sheet mask bases without any special process. We will also touch upon the growing Booster/ Pre-serum category in the Japan market and why delivery and performance matters!


From Trees to Beauty: Sustainable powders for mask-related makeup concerns

Napat Chaovanaopas (Kwang), Sales Manager, International Division at NIKKOL GROUP Nikko Chemicals Co., Ltd.
18 March, 12:15-12:45 JST/KST (3:15-3:34am GMT)

Mask-related skin irritation and makeup transfer are resulting in consumers using the pandemic as an opportunity to let their skin breathe and focus on eyes and eyebrows. In this webinar, we will discuss two novel and sustainable products that address mask-related skin and makeup concerns:

  • GE-800 is a cellulose powder with smooth touch, soft-focus effect and applicable for various makeup or skin care formulations.
  • Rayon Fiber is a green mascara fiber that can create stunning eyelashes like other synthetic fibers-in-mascara. High dispersibility, easy to use and high natural index.

How to create unique texture for cosmetics formulations

Satomi Tachiyanagi, R&D Assistant Manager at ADEKA Corporation
18 March, 15:30-16:00 JST/KST (6:30-7:00am GMT)

Do you have any experience to have difficulty of creating a new texture and performance in product development? ADEKA’s cosmetic raw materials would be able to offer a solution to such challenges in cosmetic formulations. In this presentation, we would like to propose some approaches to various claims by using our multi-functional products including ADEKA NOL GT series, which are being used as water-soluble rheology modifier in global cosmetic market.


Melanin dispersion” and “anti-glycation reaction” concepts to skin lightening

Goichi Ueda, Overseas Sales Representative at Maruzen Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd
18 March, 16:15-16:45 JST/KST (07:15-07:45am GMT)

Join this session to learn about a range of active cosmetic ingredients originally sourced from Japanese materials, as a novel approach to skin lightening using concepts of “melanin dispersion” and “anti-glycation reaction”. We will discuss the skin lightening efficacy, in addition to its beneficial effects on the skin.


World’s only natural-derived fullerene for clean beauty and eco formulations

Tomoko Ohtsu, Manager at Vitamin C60 BioResearch Corporation
18 March, 17:00-17:30JST/KST (08:00-08:30am GMT)

Fullerene is known as one of the most powerful antioxidant ingredients. This is the first time in the world that fullerene has been derived from plants. Let’s explore the latest information on fullerene and propose formulations based on the concept of clean beauty and sustainability.


Introducing a novel plant-derived extract with retinol-like effect

Noriko Sakamoto, Manager at ORYZA (THAILAND) CO.,LTD.
18 March, 17:45-18:15JST/KST (08:45-09:15am GMT)

Plant-derived retinol-like action that safely improves fine wrinkles due to drying? Discover the power of PhytoRetinol™, confirmed to tighten collagen fibers, and give the skin a firmer look and feel. If you’re formulating for skincare, you can’t miss this one!


Frontier of research for the skin microbiome & application for cosmetics

Hirose Kentaro, Research scientist at Ichimaru Pharcos Co., Ltd.
18 March, 18:30-19:00JST/KST (09:30-10:00am GMT)

The importance of skin microbiome (flora) in skin health has been increasingly recognized in recent years, so this is the right time for a session on our latest research aiming to redefine beneficial skin bacteria and several approaches to improve skin flora using cosmetic ingredients. In addition, we’ll show you how the skin flora trend will be spread worldwide in the future.

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