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Highlights of NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2019 include:


SCC CEP Pre-Show Courses Skin Measurement Workshop A collaboration between the SCC and TRI Princeton


 May 6, 2019 (9:00am – 5:00pm) Javits – Level 1 Meeting Rooms


Skin care continues to be a vibrant and fast-growing sector in the cosmetics industry. Strong consumer demand is driving cosmetic scientists to develop ever more sophisticated test methods for product testing and claim substantiation.


The Society of Cosmetic Chemists (SCC) & TRI Princeton have designed this workshop to take the participants through the basic science behind key skin measurements, and to update them on the latest developments in the field. If you are new to skin measurements, or just interested in keeping up to date with the latest methods, this is the workshop for you.


Cosmetic Chemists Guide to Product Development


Perry Romanowski – Vice President, Element 44 Inc.  May 6, 2019 (9:00am – 5:00pm) Javits – Level 1 Meeting Rooms


This course will cover the entire process of how a new product gets created in the cosmetic industry. After taking the course you will know details of the three main phases of product development from idea creation, prototype development and commercialization.


Lipids in Personal Care Benjamin Schwartz, AAK


 May 6, 2019 (9:00am – 5:00pm) Javits – Level 1 Meeting Rooms


This course is a detailed look into the roles that plant-based lipids play in personal care and cosmetics formulations. Particular focus will be put on how the structure of fatty acids found in plant-based lipids, and more importantly the triglycerides and wax esters that contain them, determine the interdependent properties of oxidative stability, compatibility, solid fat content, and crystallization types of various oils, fats, and waxes. Further, we will examine how these properties can inform our choices of oils, fats, waxes, and their derivatives within different personal care and cosmetic products, including anhydrous and emulsion-based products. Finally, we will review some of the scientific literature describing the potential therapeutic benefits of different components of plant-based oils and fats.


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