about Brittany Pease

Brittany Pease is an Applications Chemist for the Formulation, Technology, and Innovation team at Inolex, a leading global specialty ingredients company headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with locations in ten countries.

Previously, Brittany worked as Applications Chemist for Inolex’s former industrial lubricants division, Lexolube. Prior to working at Inolex, she worked for an industrial lubricant testing laboratory, Petro-Lubricant Testing Laboratories Inc., and worked product support for a medical device company, Instrumentation Laboratory, A Werfen Company. Brittany is currently enrolled in the M.S. program in Cosmetic Sciences at the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy in University of Cincinnati.

She earned her B.S. in Chemistry at The College of New Jersey in 2014.

About Inolex:

INOLEX is an independent, global specialty ingredients company focused on providing safe and effective beauty care options for brands around the world. At the forefront of design and development of novel technologies, Inolex actively meet the changing demands of the cosmetic industry.

Combining a deep understanding of lifestyle trends with expertise in green chemistry and formulation, Inolex balances lab and nature to create sustainable, life ingredients.

Website : www.inolex.com


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