The Society of Cosmetic Scientists UK & Ireland is delighted to announce the first sponsors of the 32ndIFSCC Congress in London September 2022. L’Oréal (Diamond), The Innovation Company (Gold), Greentech (Gold), CLR Berlin (Registration) and Ayton Consumer Research (Silver) have all confirmed their sponsorship of the event.
Judi Beerling, Chair of the Congress Steering Committee said: “We are excited to be working to bring this global cosmetic science Congress to the UK, for the first time in 20 years, and are extremely grateful for L’Oréal’s support in doing so, as our exclusive Diamond sponsor, alongside our other early sponsors. All events of this nature are dependent on support from industry and we very much hope that other companies will also come on board to get involved in IFSCC 2022. Congresses bring together researchers from industry and academia worldwide in unique ways that benefit both through cross fertilisation of ideas. Scientists have come to the fore over the last year and the value of research that is often conducted in the background in laboratories has been more visible. Our industry has become central to supporting well-being in difficult times”. Mustafa Varcin, Chair of the Sponsorship Committee, added: “Thanks to the support from our sponsors, we will celebrating scientific advances and discussing future challenges and opportunities in London in 2022”.
Barbara Lavernos, Deputy Chief Executive Officer at L’Oréal in charge of Research, Innovation and Technology, said: “L’Oréal is born from science and science remains a driving force to invent the beauty of the future, pushing relentlessly the boundaries of innovation. We are delighted to sponsor IFSCC 2022, the major Congress of global cosmetics worldwide because we strongly believe that sharing expertise and knowledge with scientific ecosystems and establishing strong partnerships is critical for progress.”
The 32nd IFSCC Congress, London takes place from 19-22 September 2022 at Westminster Park Plaza Hotel, London. The Congress theme perfectly illustrates the ambition of the event, ‘Where Beauty, Science and Innovation Meet’ and will feature both podium and poster presentations from leading academics and industry researchers on the topics that will include the cutting edge fields of digital technology and artificial intelligence, genomics, sensory and neuroscience, better understanding of the skin’s microbiome, green chemistry and much more under session titles of ‘Beauty for a New Age’, ‘Science of our Time’ and ‘Innovation for Tomorrow’s World’.
The International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC) is a worldwide federation dedicated to international cooperation in cosmetic science and technology. It comprises 50 Societies representing 80 countries. The SCS is a founder member and a very active member of the IFSCC. IFSCC Congresses and Conferences take place in alternate years around the world. https://ifscc.org
The Society of Cosmetic Scientists (SCS) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting innovation in cosmetic science. Its mission is to inspire, inform and connect and it promotes education, research and collaboration to advance the science of cosmetics. It strives for excellence in its conduct, leadership, professionalism, continued professional development and its knowledge base. It has around 1,000 members and is affiliated to the IFSCC. www.scs.org.uk