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 A global view focused on remaining compliant, protecting your brand and keeping up with consumer trends.

The cosmetics industry faces complicated, novel challenges and concerns. Extensive regulation is stifling creativity and social media is furthering brand-damaging propaganda. Strategies to address these new-age issues are desperately needed as corporations chase the next, new trend while also supporting compliance throughout the supply chain. In a market dictated by the consumer, balance between innovation and compliance is your key to success in chasing those trends.

Join us for an overhaul of our past programs as we take on a more global view focused on every step of the process leading to cosmetic compliance, from R&D to finished product.

Fall 2017 Program Themes

Discuss what you can claim, substantiating those claims and how to address and report any resulting customer complaints

Bridge the gap between departments to allow for innovative products that remain safe for consumers

Increase brand protection to maintain brand integrity to counter propaganda in social media and pressure from NGOs and regulatory bodies

Hear alternatives to ingredients no longer compliant within your market and ways to manage out of chemicals of concern towards compliance

Weigh your benefits and risks in taking your brand global

Gain tips and tricks to comply with the 2018 REACH deadline this year

2017 Program Headliners

Peter Tsolis

Executive Director, skincare R&D
Estee Lauder

Viny Srinivasan

Assistant Vice President, Head of Vigilance - Americas Region
L'Oreal Research and Innovation

David Valenzuela

Face Reality, Inc.

Neal Linson

Arbonne International

Kristin Adams

Afterglow Cosmetics

Monice Fiume

Senior Director
Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR)

Ken Bubeck

Ithos Global

Chris Gerlach

SkinHealth Technology, LLC

Sponsors & Exhibitors
Media Partners