2nd ANTI-AGEING SUN PROTECTION SUMMIT

14th – 15th May, 2018
Prague, Czech Republic

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“Outlook On 2nd Anti-Ageing Sun Protection Summit

The global anti-aging market was valued at USD 140.3 billion in 2015, is expected to reach USD 216.52 billion in 2021 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% between 2016 and 2021.” 

“The suncare products are projected to reach US $11.1billion by 2020, driven by rising awareness over the importance of anti-ageing & Sun Protection and launch of new products” 

 

About the Event

As stated in recent reports, Anti-ageing & Suncare market is observed to be one of the most growing markets today. The increasing size of the aging population & individuals urging for better appearance has led drive the antiageing market. New technologies have initiated the association of new antiageing treatments and products.

Sunscreen formulations have moved beyond basic UV protection to Products offering added skin benefits and more attractive textures to fight against pollution and slow skin-ageing. One of the key factors driving the suncare market is the growing multifunctionality of almost all suncare products. The market is also fueled by several other factors, including rising customer knowledge, growing skin care concerns, and considerable research and development. Growth in the coming years will be driven by the development of more effective suncare and anti-ageing formulations featuring natural and organic ingredients.

2nd Anti-Ageing Sun Protection Summit will provide a set of opportunities to learn about advancements in anti-ageing and suncare by international industry professionals. Speakers from around the globe will share their expertise in skin science    advancements, Mycosporine-like amino acids, Oxisol Molecule, Ethylcellulose Stabilized Emulsions, the elucidation of new mechanisms in the ageing process, discovery of natural peptides and other developments that have led to a greater sophistication in anti-ageing and sun protection concepts and products. Further, the conference will discuss the latest innovations, technologies, anti-ageing skincare strategies, regulatory and consumer impact, leading market products and much more.

2nd Anti-Ageing Sun Protection Summit will proffer a unique platform for discussing innovative & viable ideas for optimal skincare based on scientific aspects. The summit will be a dynamic gathering of Dermatologists, Research Scientists, Anti-ageing Experts, Product Manufacturers, Cosmetologists, Skin Care Specialists, Brand Managers, Formulation Chemists, Cosmetic Companies’ R&D Managers, Quality Assurance Specialists, Raw Material Suppliers Development Scientists, Clinical Trial Co-ordinators, Regulatory Professionals, and many more.

 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Regional Outlook and Market Research
    • Factors Driving Anti-Ageing & Suncare
    • Trends, Projection & Opportunities
    • Historic & Future Growth Patterns

 

  • Technological Aspects

    • Plant Cell Technology
    • Zeta Fraction™ Technology
    • Lipidomics Technique

 

  • Latest Research on Anti-Ageing Suncare
    • Role of Mitochondria in Anti-ageing
    • Skin Ageing through Microarray Study
    • Significance of Erythema in the Reliability of SPF
Sponsorship Opportunities

2nd Anti-Ageing Sun Protection Summit is a platform where you can showcase your company, brand your products and services among the targeted audience. Promote your company & gain potential visibility through this Conference.

 
 
 

TENTATIVE CONFERENCE AGENDA*

2nd Anti-Ageing Sun Protection Summit
14th – 15th May, 2018
Prague, Czech Republic

Day 1: 14th  May, 2018
 
 8.30 AM Registration & Coffee
  CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME REMARKS
 
Emerging Trends & Treatments for Pre-Mature Ageing of Skin
 
Benefits of Sunscreens for Sustainable Sun Protection
 
Solubility Parameters and Sun Protection
 

 Presenter: 

 

Jørgen Gade Hyldgaard
Chemical Engineer
Hygade ApS

 
Studying Facial Skin Ageing in Middle-Aged Women
10.30 AM Morning Coffee Break & Networking
 
Novel Approaches to Safety Assessment
 

 Presenter: 

 

Dr Martin Paparella
Toxicologist
Environment Agency Austria

 

Apprehending the Role of Mitochondria in Anti-ageing

 

Safe Solar Protection: A Systematic and Sustainable Approach

 
Effect of Sunlight and Environmental Pollution: Oxidative Stress & Signs of Ageing
 
Challenges & Alternatives in Preserved Sunscreen Formulations
 
Assessing a New In Vitro Method for Blue Light protection
 

 Presenter: 

 

Sébastien Miksa
CEO
Helioscreen/SUNCERT

1.00 PM Networking Lunch
 

UV Protection and Consumers Behaviour. A Clinician Expierence

 

 Presenter: 

 

Dr Luca Russo
Founder & CEO
The Rejuvenation Clinic

 

Focusing on UV-light Induced Damage in Human Skin Cells

 

Highlighting Significance of High SPF Sunscreens Validated Under Actual Use

 

Risk Assessment of Infrared Radiations

 

 Presenter: 

 

Benoit Cadars
Scientific Research Officer
Bioderma

 
An In Vivo Study: Gauging the Significance of Erythema in the Reliability of SPF
3.00 PM Afternoon Coffee & Break
 

Assessing Plant Cell Technology to Curb UV and IR Generated Photoaging

 

International Regulations & Standards for Consumer Products

 

 Presenter: 

 

Grace Abamba
Manager
BRC Global Standards

 

Global Guidelines for Sun Protection and Anti-aging Skin Care Products

 
Co-relating Phototoxic Stress in Human Keratinocytes with UVA Exposure and Pollutants: Comprehending the Need for Photosafety Measures
 

Q & A

  End of Day 1
Day 2: 15th  May, 2018
 
  CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME REMARKS
 

In Vivo Examining of Caucasian Skin Parameters

 

 Presenter: 

 

Dr Iva Doleckova
Researcher
Contipro

 
Discussing Biocompatible Nature Sunscreens: Mycosporine-like amino acids (MAA)
 
An In Vitro Insight: Safety Measures against Premature Skin Ageing Caused by Air Pollution
 
Focusing on UV-light Induced Damage in Human Skin Cells
 
Preventing Photoaging: Following Systems Biology Approach
10.30 AM Morning Coffee Break & Networking
 

Uses & Effect of Marine Mycosporine-like Amino Acids (MAA) for Sun Protection

 

 Presenter: 

 

Prof. Antony Young
Professor
Kings College London

 

Anti-Aging: Analysing a Newly Discovered Active Ingredient from Ethical and Renewable Content of Vitex Negundo

 

Highlighting the Potential of a South African Plant in Curbing Melanoma and as an Adjuvant for Sun Protection

 
Skin Aging Effects And Treatment for Different Ethnicities
 
An Overview of a New Digital System Providing Solar Photoprotection
 

 Presenter: 

 

Dr Emilio Simeone
Founder & CEO
SiHealth Ltd

1.00 PM Networking Lunch
 

Importance & Benefits of Oxisol Molecule as an Effective Antioxidant & UV Enhancer in Photo Oxidative Protection of Skin

 

Discussing Expression of Heat Shock Proteins & UV Induced Cell Damage

 

In Vitro Insight: Safety Measures against Premature Skin Ageing Caused by Air Pollution

 

 Presenter: 

 

Imke meyer
Senior Global Product Manager
Symrise

3.00 PM Afternoon Coffee & Break
 

Healthy Aging: Understanding Telomeres and Telomere Biology

 

 Presenter: 

 

Dr Radhia M’Kacher
Founder
Cell Environment Paris, France

 

Generating Organic Anti-Pollution Ingredients

 

A Program Emphasizing Restoration of Youth in Skin

 

Q & A

  End of Conference

*Agenda content and timeline subject to change.

 

   

Sebastian miksa
General Manager
HELIOSCREEN

Mr. Sébastien MIKSA started his career at L’Oréal in R&I Lipstick, R&I Foundation and R&I Photoprotection departments and gained in parallel a Chemistry engineer degree and a Master’s degree – Formulated product engineering – at the University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC), France.

Involved in sunscreen testing for several years at HelioScreen, he has held various positions as R&D Engineer, Laboratory Manager and General Manager and acquired profound knowledge in sun protection field. He published plenty papers concerning innovations in this field such as the robotic spreading, the new reproducible sandblasted plates and the multi-substrates approach for in vitro SPF assessment.

Furthermore, he is member of AFNOR/S91KGT07 (Sun Protection Test Methods), CEN/TC 392/WG 004 (Efficacy including sun protection products), ISO/TC 217/WG 7 (Cosmetics – Sun Protection Test Methods) and Bipea/Technical Group (Sun protection products – SPF in vivo – UVA in vivo – UVA in vitro).

Jørgen Gade Hyldgaard
Director, Consultant and Owner
Hygade Aps

Jørgen is the director, consultant and owner at Hygade Aps since 2002. He has been a High School teacher at High school for Nurses in Børkop. He has also worked as Quality manager and Laboratory Chief at Flügger, Kolding. He has also served as the Production Manager and Cosmetics Technical Director at Plum Hudsikkerhed.

He has done plenty of research in the fields of Skin and safety, Skin and hygiene, Production hygiene, preservation, Ecology, Education of the next generation of specialists in Cosmetic Chemistry and related subjects, Advanced technologies, etc.

Jørgen holds a Masters degree in business administration from Business School, Kolding.

He did Postgraduate course in toxicology from Pharmacological Institute, University of Copenhagen. He also did a Course in Safety Assessment of Cosmetics in the EU, Brussels 2002 and 2008.

Other than this, Jørgen is a Member of SCS, Scancos, Sepawa, ESCD, ISBS, FRI, DI, SPT, IAK, Cosmetic Consultants Europe.

Dr Iva Dolečková
Researcher
Contipro

 

Dr Iva Dolečková received her PhD in biochemistry at Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic, in the field of anti-cancer research. Her work received the Dean’s Award and Sanofi Award in Pharmacy. In 2012 she joined Contipro a.s. company and started working in the area of skin physiology and development of new anti-ageing actives. She received the Best Young Researcher Award during Cosmetic Innovation Days in 2013. In 2015 Dr. Dolečková became head of the Anti-ageing Actives R&D department and participated in projects which were awarded with the Best Innovation Award at the Cosmetic Innovation Days 2016 and at the IFSCC Conference 2017. She also collaborates with schools and universities, where she supervises PhD and diploma theses as well as various high school projects. She is a member of the Czech Society of Cosmetology and an author of many scientific and industry papers.

Benoit Cadars
Scientific Research Officer
Bioderma

Benoît Cadars is a versatile Biochemistry and Biotechnologies engineer who has been working in Cosmetic Industry for five years. He began his career as Scientific and Research Associate at Laboratoire Bioderma. He started out as the liaison between the Marketing and the Research departments where he managed projects and did bibliographical research. Now his main focus is the popularization of complex scientific concepts and the communication of those concepts in order to ensure that marketing messages remain true to the facts.

Grace Abamba
Certification Scheme Manager
BRC Global Standards

Grace is currently certification scheme manager for consumer products at BRC Global Standards, based in the UK.

Grace’s career in the consumer products industry started as a chemist in research and development, formulating novel personal care and household products with Johnson Wax and later Sara Lee Household and Personal Care. Grace then joined the retailer sector, qualified as a lead auditor working as a technical manager with Superdrug and Tesco to develop own brand products and manage suppliers. As senior quality assurance manager at QVC UK, Grace managed the quality and regulatory compliance of premium beauty and food brands.

Grace who has over 20 years’ experience in the personal care industry is a qualified teacher(PGCE), holds the SCS diploma in cosmetic science, an honours degree in biochemistry and pharmacology from Aston University and a master’s degree in biotechnology and applied molecular biology from UCL.

Grace currently serves on the scientific programme and publicity& recruitment committees, and as vice president of the Society of Cosmetic Scientist UK.

Dr Emilio Simeone
Founder & CEO
siHealth Ltd

Many people in the business and hi-tech community consider Emilio Simeone an example of applied researcher who has turned into a serial hi-tech start-upper.

Emilio has over fifteen years of experience in the field of environmental monitoring, atmospheric modelling and remote sensing from electro-optical sensors.

He has over fifteen years of experience in the field of environmental monitoring techniques, atmospheric modelling and optical remote sensing.

He earned a Degree (MSc) degree in Physics from the University of Pisa and a PhD in Applied Optics from the University of Florence with a PhD Thesis on environmental photo-dermatology.

He is the author of several papers in the fields of solar radiation measurement and optical characterization of dermatological features.

Dr Martin Paparella
Representative
OECD WNT

Dr. Martin Paparella is an Austrian National Coordinator of Testing Methods for OECD WNT, for the European Testing Methods Regulation and PARERE; OECD WNT Vice chair.
Expertise: Studies of Biotechnology at the University of Agriculture (BOKU, Vienna, phD) and Toxicology at the Medical University in Vienna (MAS). 8 years of experience with the development and validation of toxicological in vitro methods, 3 of these years at the BOKU, 5 years at ECVAM (European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods, Joint Research Centre, Italy). After this 14 years of experience as regulatory toxicologist: Human health risk assessment of biocides for European regulatory processes, active participation in European Biocides Technical Meetings and related subgroups. Classification and toxicological hazard/risk evaluations in the REACH context. Lecturing and training in the field of human regulatory toxicology, e.g. at the Medical University Vienna, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Vienna and within European Twinning Projects. OECD WNT Vice Chair (2015-2018), Austrian National Coordinator of Testing Methods for OECD WNT (since 2014) and for the European Testing Methods Regulation and PARERE (preliminary assessment of regulatory relevance of new alternative methods, both since 2011), active contributions in this field of regulatory testing methods within related international working groups, with a focus on alternative approaches, specific interest in systematic uncertainty analysis of animal reference test data.

Imke Meyer
Senior Global Product Manager
Symrise AG

Imke Meyer is for more than 20 years with Symrise AG after obtaining a diploma in biotechnology engineering in 1995. During her time in global innovation department with positions as Head of Cell Biology Laboratory and Technology Scout for Cosmetic Ingredients Imke developed cosmetics actives with focus on skin soothing, skin pigmentation, air pollution and photoprotection.
In November 2017 Imke joined the Business Unit Actives & Micro Protection in the Cosmetics Ingredients Division of Symrise AG as a Senior Global Product Manager being responsible for the Soothing category of cosmetic actives.

Dr Radhia M’Kacher
Founder
Cell Environment Paris, France

Dr M’kacher has worked in the field of radioprotection of population exposed to genotoxic agents for nearly 20 years directing projects focused on telomere dysfunction and DNA repair mechanisms. She began her career in Gustave Roussy Cancer Campus in the introduction of cytogenetic biological dosimetry in nuclear medicine. In the hematology department, she has promoted the predictive and prognostic factors in the occurrence of secondary cancer. In 2010, she joined Commissariat of Atomic Energy (CEA), to participate in European project in low-dose radiation. Significant progress was made in telomere length quantification and chromosomal aberration scoring. In 2016, she created a biotechnology company, Cell Environment DNA damages R&D, to develop a new cytogenetic approaches in the quantification of telomeres and the detection of DNA damages. Dr. M’kacher earned her PhD in radiobiology and her HDR at the University of Paris XI.

Prof. Antony Young
Professor
Kings College London

Professor Young has been involved in research on the effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) on human skin for the past 25 years. The European Commission (EC), UK Department of Health, UK Medical Research Council (MRC), research charities and industry have funded this research. Professor Young has a long-standing interest in photoprotection, and is also currently working on vitamin D, the photobiology of different skin types and the development of natural marine sunscreens – mycosporine like amino acids (MAA). He was the coordinator of a 4-year EC €3.5-million research project, within its Framework 7 Environment and Climate Change Programme, entitled “The impact of climatic and environmental factors on personal ultraviolet radiation exposure and human health (ICEPURE)”. This multi-national project assessed the beneficial and detrimental health impacts of UVR in field studies of human populations in work and leisure situations in different European countries.

Professor Young is an active member of the European Society for Photobiology (ESP) and the American Society for Photobiology (ASP), and was the winner of the ASP 2016 Research Award. He has been chairman of the British Photodermatology Group (BPG), a faculty member of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), and is currently an associate editor of Photodermatology, Photoimmunology and Photomedicine and section editor of the Journal of Dermatological Science. Professor Young is also a member of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) – Environmental Effects Assessment Panel.

Dr Luca Russo
Founder & CEO
The Rejuvenation Clinic

Dr. Luca Russo, M.D. is a London-based cosmetic and dermatologic surgeon and lecturer on skin rejuvenation, cosmetic dermatology, cutaneous laser surgery and minimally invasive facial rejuvenation techniques. He is Renowned internationally for his revolutionary work in reversing sun damage and premature skin aging. He has pioneered the combined use of Thermage, Fraxel, Zeltiq, PRP and Stem-Cells in Europe. He is renowned for his laser and cosmetic treatments, and he strives to apply the latest scientific research to deliver the best possible care and results for each patient

 

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