Catch up on the first Ingredients Showcase of the year, which took place on 27th Jan and enjoy several webinars with Q&As, on-demand.
Hear from our line-up of top international expert speakers as they showcase highly regarded cosmetic and personal care ingredients from across the world, giving you the technical detail. If you’re a haircare, skincare, sun care, body care or colour cosmetics formulator looking for your next great idea, this showcase is designed for you to gather technical knowledge, identify and discuss the latest trends, and source ingredients straight from the suppliers.
Take a look at the sessions below and start watching.
Presentation schedule – January 27, 2022:
|Maximizing the strengths of natural ingredients through traditional technology.||8:50 (UK)||Junko Iesaki, Cosmetic Marketing & Sales Division, Koken||Watch on demand|
|Turn back the time: Rejuvenating skin with a natural, multifunctional bioactive.||9:40 (UK)||Rene Schmitz, Technical Marketing & Sales Manager, Bitop AG||Watch on demand|
|Symrise Micro Protection: Modern & Sustainable.||10:30 (UK)||Marie Bourgeay, Global Product Manager- Micro Protection, Symrise||Watch on demand|
|Creating cosmetic gems from apple waste: Discover Provital’s upcycled active for a healthier skin and a circular beauty industry.||11:20 (UK)||Clara Vigo Xancó, Product Manager, Provital||Watch on demand|
|Multifunctionality & Market expectations.||13:50 (UK)||Balint Koroskenyi, Global Product Manager – Micro Protection, Symrise||Watch on demand|
|Natural Cellulose as a source of inspiration in personal care.||14:40 (UK)||Geoffrey Stijfs, Technical Sales Manager, Sappi Biochemtech B.V.||Watch on demand|
|Sourcing Reimagined: How Evonik is responding to the growing sustainability opportunity.||15:30 (UK)||Matthew Wolbert, Technical Product Specialist, Evonik||Watch on demand|
|The antibacterial/antiviral activity and skin barrier function-reinforcing effect of GO-VC for skin roughness after using alcohol-based hand sanitizers.||16:20 (UK)||Yui Oshida, Supervisor of Sales Department, ITO||Watch on demand|
|Scent’aging, does aging have a smell?||17:10 (UK)||Marco J. Klein, PhD, business Development Manager – APAC & Germany, Lipotrue||Watch on demand|
Maximizing the strengths of natural ingredients through traditional technology.
Presented by: Junko Iesaki, Cosmetic Marketing & Sales Division, Koken
“SHONAI BIJIN” is a rice fermented extract (Sake) made from Junmai-shu (pure rice sake), and is brewed by the traditional sake manufacturing method, known as “Kimoto-zukuri (brewing)” without adding lactic acid, but taking full advantage of nature. The fermentation process yields various amino acids, such as D-amino acids, αEG and organic acids, and may further enhance the skin barrier function.
In this webinar, we’ll delve further into the sake brewing process and showcase “KOHAKUYUKI-Sake Lees Aging Fermented Extract”, which is made from Sake Lees (Sake Kasu) fermented at low temperature for more than 1,000 hours. This contains large amounts of amino and organic acids, as well as kojic acid, which has a brightening effect, and ferulic acid, which has an antioxidant component. All essential in reversing signs of aging and promoting cellular repair.
Turn back the time: Rejuvenating skin with a natural, multifunctional bioactive.
Presented by: Rene Schmitz, Technical Marketing & Sales Manager, Bitop AG
The need for 100% natural, highly effective, and multifunctional anti-aging actives is rising. There is only a limited number of single molecules with clinically proven, rejuvenating efficacy which a formulator can pick from to offer visible benefits for the consumer. We at bitop present Glycoin® natural, a single-molecule bioactive, which offers multifunctional properties like anti-aging, instant hydration, whitening, blue light protection, and microbiome support.
This webinar provides an overview of anti-aging market trends and explains how Glycoin® natural can help to formulate highly effective, “clean-beauty” formulations with only one active ingredient which meet the latest consumer trends.
Symrise Micro Protection: Modern & Sustainable.
Presented by: Marie Bourgeay, Global Product Manager- Micro Protection, Symrise
The 12 principles of green chemistry have been developed to design more sustainable products and processes.
Symrise embraces and applies these principles: From the production plant to the use of side products. In this webinar, discover concrete examples of green chemistry in Symrise’s Skin & Product Protection categories.
Creating cosmetic gems from apple waste: Discover Provital’s upcycled active for a healthier skin and a circular beauty industry.
Presented by: Clara Vigo Xancó, Product Manager, Provital
Aiming to achieve a zero-waste beauty industry, Provital presents Pomarage™, a well-aging upcycled ingredient resulting from upcycling by-products from apple processing in local industry.
Born as the intention of collaboration between Provital and a local supplier (Mooma®), this sets the example for a new kind of sourcing project: an agro-cosmetics symbiosis that will contribute to reduce food waste, to increase the profit for the primary sector and to reduce our industry’s carbon footprint (contributing to SDGs 8, 12, 13).
The cosmetic benefits of this 0-Km and upcycled and polyphenol-rich active include the increase on the endogenic production of collagen and hyaluronic acid, as well as the reduction of inflammatory and cellular senescence processes. Learn all about new and differential ways to take commercial advantage of such an ingredient while increasing your sustainability standards.
Multifunctionality & Market expectations
Presented by: Balint Koroskenyi, Global Product Manager – Micro Protection, Symrise
Cosmetic formulations constantly need to be optimized: They must be lean and effective, follow national regulations and regional preferences – and must respect the cost of the end product. Consumers, on the other hand, demand ultimate efficacy and care with safe and clean formulations.
Modern product protection addresses all these requirements at the same time – thanks to multifunctional ingredients.
Natural Cellulose as a source of inspiration in personal care
Presented by: Geoffrey Stijfs, Technical Sales Manager, Sappi Biochemtech B.V.
Fibrillated Cellulose (FC) is a 100% natural, biodegradable and sustainable material produced by mechanically processing wood derived cellulose fibres down to their smallest components, resulting in innovative material properties, including excellent stabilizing potential, flow modification and skin hydration. FC’s unique rheology profile – high viscosity at rest and highly shear thinning – makes it a suitable material for applications in personal care, from easily spreadable creams to sprayable formulations with outstanding stability and hydrating properties.
We will cover how Fibrillated Cellulose is produced and the difference to other conventional celluloses on the market before moving into the most common features Valida will impart to formulations through case studies and commercial examples. We will explore innovative formulation concepts: stabilizing oil in water without using emulsifier, additive boosting, and cost-effective replacement of microplastics. We will finish with some considerations when using FC.
Sourcing Reimagined: How Evonik is responding to the growing sustainability opportunity.
Presented by: Matthew Wolbert, Technical Product Specialist, Evonik
Let’s take a journey to discover how Evonik is responding to the continued sustainability challenge with our new active ingredients: TEGO® Natural Betula and TEGO® Sterol 7-DHC V.
What does it truly means to be sustainable? We’ll dive into Evonik’s exciting product developments employing alternative sourcing methodologies. TEGO® Natural Betula (INCI: Betulin) makes use of upcycled birch bark to deliver superb skin barrier protection. TEGO® Sterol 7-DHC V (INCI: 7-dehydrocholesterol) takes an age-old 7-dehydrocholesterol extraction process from sheep’s wool and modernizes it by using fully renewable, animal-origin-free sources.Together, this sourcing approach will be a key differentiator in the green market going forward.
The antibacterial/antiviral activity and skin barrier function-reinforcing effect of GO-VC for skin roughness after using alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
Presented by: Yui Oshida, Supervisor of Sales Department, ITO
GO-VC is a highly stable amphiphilic ascorbic acid derivative where glycerine and octanol are introduced to ascorbic acid, and has been confirmed to have antibacterial and antiviral activities.Therefore, the addition of GO-VC to the alcohol-based hand sanitizers is considered to lead to the enhancement of the antibacterial and antiviral activities.
Furthermore, GO-VC could reinforce the skin barrier function through the up-regulation of tight junctions, resulting in the suppression of skin dryness. This makes GO-VC is suitable for the care of skin roughness and dryness after using alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
In addition, GO-VC has been confirmed of clinical effects on the spots, wrinkles, and acne by dermatologists and their action mechanism, and is also recommended to add to cosmetic products for anti-aging. In this seminar, we will introduce the various effects of GO-VC on the skin in detail.
Scent’aging, does aging have a smell?
Presented by: Marco J. Klein, PhD, business Development Manager – APAC & Germany, Lipotrue
People’s scent is relatively important in human social interaction. Each one of us has an odour-print, just like a fingerprint, which is our own and unique personal scent, a combination of odours from the different parts of the body (e.g. skin, head, armpit, feet). Perfumes and personal care products can enhance, mask, or alter this. As we age, our odour-print evolves and not only due to changes in eating or hygiene habits, but specifically because of aging, what is called Scent’aging. LipoTrue presents N_llscent™, an active ingredient tackling Scent’aging to bring back the purity of your natural essence.