The leading personal care ingredients event will focus on R&D at its event in The Netherlands from 17-19 April 2018.
“Across the globe, R&D professionals play a hugely important role in the NPD process and, in order to help them innovate for the future, in-cosmetics is launching an exciting new initiative exclusively for cosmetic scientists, chemists and dermatologists at its Global show in April,” announced the organisers.
Guided tours on the show floor
For the first time, a series of exclusive ‘silent’ tours focusing on two highly topical subjects – Biotechnology Actives and The Future of Anti-Ageing – will run throughout the show.
The tours are sponsored by Mibelle Biochemistry and led by Ms Rouah Al-Wakeel, a technical consultant and cosmetic chemist. Participants will use wireless headphones to hear information about ingredients and technologies being launched at the show in Amsterdam. They will visit suppliers that have developed some of the most innovative ingredients suppliers in the personal care industry. Participants will get an exclusive demonstration of the products, delivered in a quick, convenient and time-efficient way, allowing them to maximise their time at in-cosmetics Global.
Two groups of 20, twice a day, over two days will be taken around some of the exhibition’s most popular areas including the Innovation Zone - a launchpad for more than 100 state-of-the-art ingredients - and the Sensory Bar, where participants will experience a host of new textures and sensations first hand.
“Without the knowledge and expertise of cosmetic scientists and chemists, some of the world’s most innovative products would never have made it past their initial tests. We are excited to launch these unique R&D Tours that will help shine a spotlight on new ingredients and help inspire a new wave of products, all in a quick and convenient format,” said Roziani Zulkifli, Exhibition Manager of in-cosmetics Global.
The organizers invite R&D professionals to book their place on a tour before the show, or at an R&D information point to find out more at the event.