All new roundtables at this year’s in-cosmetics Formulation Summit 2022 will invite attendees to discuss sustainability and the future of the personal care industry.
With sustainability and the benefits of collaboration high on the agenda, attendees at this year’s in-cosmetics Formulation Summit are invited to take part in the conversation in a series of eight all-new problem-solving, roundtable discussions.
Running on the second day of this year’s Formulation Summit, which returns to London from 25-26 October, eight roundtables will enable attendees to share their insights and experiences to help further the discussion on a range of vitally important themes.
Returning after their day one presentations, a series of industry leaders will head up the engaging roundtables helping to explore their topics of choice in more detail.
Among them, Konstantinos Gardikis, R&D director at APIVITA, will invite attendees to discuss how to approach sustainability as a brand.
Meanwhile, Dr Barbara Olioso, managing director of The Green Chemist Consultancy and moderator of the 2022 in-cosmetics Formulation Summit, will head up a discussion around cosmetic preservation with green chemistry.
Fellow sustainability advocate, Jonathan Wragg, group sustainability director at The Blue Ocean Programme, will address sustainable packaging best practice.
Elsewhere, a discussion on microbiome and skin health will put current limitations and new approaches to substantiating microbiota-related cosmetic claims up for debate.
Also at in-cosmetics Formulation Summit 2022, Olivia Jezler, founder of Future of Smell and leading scent expert for both product and experience innovation, will lead participants through emotional design in cosmetics, and the influence of aromachology, colour psychology and texture.
“The introduction of our new series of topical roundtables is designed to put Formulation Summit delegates at the forefront of the discussion,” said event director Roziani Zulkifli.
“By joining, we hope it helps them take the next step in extending their understanding of key industry topics, and more importantly insights into how to implement the trends discussed as part of this year’s programme,” she added.