about Michael J. Fevola, Ph.D.

Michael J. Fevola is currently Vice President, R&D at INOLEX, a leading global specialty ingredients company headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. Previously, Mike was a Research Director & Fellow in the Global Beauty R&D at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies Inc., where he led the Sun Care and Body Care Upstream Innovation.

Mike received a Ph.D. in Polymer Science & Engineering from the University of Southern Mississippi and a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Delaware. Mike is an inventor on 27 U.S. Patents and a coauthor of 15 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. Mike also serves the Chair of the Personal Care Products Council’s International Nomenclature Committee.

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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