Free seminar outlines latest innovations for formulators

By Simon Pitman

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Alfa Chemicals and Gattefossé UK are holding a free one day seminar aimed at underlining some of the latest innovations available to cosmetic chemists.

The one day event will take place at the Easthampstead Park Conference Center, in Wokingham, England, and is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, 6th​ March, 2013, between 9am and 3.30pm.

The seminar will take the form of a series of presentations that lift the lid on key trends in the cosmetics and personal care sector, and goes into detail about the type of technologies that are being developed as a response.

Four presentations confirmed

So far four seminar presentations have been confirmed, covering the complexion, protein, colouring formutlation and one that aims to involve formulators in the audience by encouraging them to develop ten new products in ten minutes.

A formulation specialist from Gattefossé will present the company’s new range of highly substantiated skincare actives and textures that aim to give a clear and glowing complexion.

Meanwhile, TRI-K will impart its proteins expertise, and discuss the importance of selecting the appropriate protein for a wide variety of personal care formulation.

The importance of formulation colour

The presentation about colouring formulations will be given by a representative from Lessonia, who will present its range of natural plant powders which can be used for colouring shower gels and other formulations.

“In this seminar we hope to share with you our latest ideas for trends and textures, and also show you some new product concepts gathered from around the world – including the most wild and wacky!  The idea is for you to see samples, try them out and take home some ideas,”​ the organisers said in a statement.

The organizers say that accommodation can be organized at the Conference Center, while they will also be arranging a dinner, the night before the event. For further details, please click here​.

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