Technical Workshop

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    Technical Workshop

    The Technical Workshop reaches its 6th edition, and is an ABIHPEC (Brazilian Association of the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Industry) initiative, in partnership with in-cosmetics Latin America.

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    Delegates Passes - Price List

    Day 1 only

    Day 2 only

    Day 1 & 2

    Non members

    R$ 800,00

    R$ 800,00

    R$ 1.000,00

    Members ABIHPEC/Spatesp

    R$ 400,00

    R$ 400,00

    R$ 500,00

    * The pass includes: coffee break, notebook, pen and certificate

  • A digital world and cosmetics

    08:30 - 09:00
    Accreditation
    09:00 - 09:15
    Opening

    Speaker: João Carlos Basilio, Executive President at ABIHPEC

    09:15 - 09:55
    Innovation: a new approach

    Incremental innovation is a series of minor improvements or updates to existing products, services, processes, or methods. They are sustainable innovations that help companies stay in the game. Focused on improving the development efficiency of an existing product, productivity and competitive differentiation. It must be understood that disruption is a process. Common mistakes include not facing disruption as a gradual process that can lead companies to ignore significant threats and undermine business.

    Speaker: Sérgio Gonçalves, Director of Marketing and International Business at Chemyunion

    09:55 - 10:35
    Epigenetics applied to cosmetics

    If from the moment we are conceived, a genetic code already known and described tells us how we will grow old, so why are we still looking for aging with health and beauty and not succeeding with the therapeutic approaches available today? Epigenetics seems to be behind this question and, curiously, modifies gene expression by acting as "genes witches." Understanding epigenetic changes during aging and how to control them will allow the development of new therapeutic approaches to aging. Discover how the epigenetics of aging can be combined in the treatment of the main signs of aging.

    Speaker: Patrícia Moreira, Skin Care Marketing Manager at Chemyunion

    10:35 - 11:00
    Coffee break
    11:00 - 11:40
    Scalp microbiome: new opportunities in hair formulations

    Studies associate seborrheic dermatitis with the increased population of the fungus Malassezia SP. It is known that imbalance in the microbiome can lead to changes in the scalp, favouring the appearance and increase of the duration of seborrheic dermatitis. Thus, specific active ingredients have emerged to treat the microbiome, such as derivatives, or postbiotics, or even with the strategy of misleading the microbiome, delivering commensal / beneficial bacteria.

    Speaker: Leila David Bloch, Physician Dermatologist - Hair Transplant Surgeon

    11:40 - 12:20
    Supercritical technology: potential applications in cosmetics

    The discovery of new assets is part of the daily R&D of the cosmetic segment. The vegetable kingdom is a rich and virtually inexhaustible “inspiring” source for these compounds. Technologies capable of extracting them as cleanly and as thoroughly as possible still challenge the segment. The use of supercritical fluids thus comes as a green solution for extraction of raw materials, having also the great potential for extracting compounds of higher purity and consequently higher added value. Supercritical fluids function as highly specific green solvents with great potential for application to the segment. Given their great versatility, supercritical fluids still have great potential as technologies for encapsulating cosmetic products.

    Speaker: Antonio Fidalgo, Senior Researcher in Green Chemistry at Senai Institute of Innovation of Rio de Janeiro

    12:20 - 13:00
    Prebiotics and probiotics in the cosmetic universe: fundamentals and perspectives

    Recent findings on the impact of the human microbiome on health have opened up a whole new body of preventive care and treatment for the whole body. On the skin, this repercussion is even greater, because this organ is populated by hundreds of species, in a dynamic balance that protects us from infections, regulates inflammation and is capable of improving varied settings, from acne, to seborrheic or allergic dermatitis. The search for active ingredients that improve the conditions of our cutaneous microbiome leads us to prebiotics, postbiotics and probiotics. What to expect? When and how to use? These will be the main points of this presentation.

    Speaker: Flávia Addor, Technical Director at Medcin Group

    13:00
    Closing

     A diversified world and innovation

    08:30 - 09:00
    Accreditation
    09:00 - 09:15
    Opening

    Speaker: Sérgio Gonçalves, Director of Marketing and International Business at Chemyunion

    09:15 - 09:55
    Five generations and their habits

    Speaker: Elaine Gerchon, Market Intelligence Manager at ABIHPEC

    09:55 - 10:35
    Autophagy applied to cosmetics

    Skin cells face special conditions in their microenvironment including pH, temperature, humidity, sebum level, oxidative stress, diet, resident immune cells and infectious exposure. The skin has a high turnover of cells as it is affected by environmental stresses, nutrient and oxygen shortage. The survival mechanism is called generically autophagy, which controls the delicate balance in immunoregulation and tolerance. Autophagy is a recycling path preserved during evolution because it is responsible for the degradation and reuse of proteins and cellular organelles. This cleaning system seems to be inversely and invariably related to the aging process. An important autophagy signaling pathway is the target of the rapamycin 1 complex (TORC1),a negative regulator of autophagy. Inhibition of TORC1 may reduce the production of cellular proteins that may contribute to the deleterious accumulation observed in aging. Interestingly, many study systems have already shown that inhibition of TORC1 increases longevity.

    In addition the autophagic activity decreases during the natural aging of the individuals. It is noted that modulating autophagy seems to be an ideal process for controlling skin aging and consequently it is possible that anti-aging cosmetic appeals based on autophagy modulation are not just a trend but lead generations of new ingredients for formulators to develop high-performance products. In this lecture we will analyse both the basic mechanisms of autophagy and applications for cosmetic area.

    Speaker: Mauricio Baptista, Professor at the University of SãoPaulo (USP)

    10:35 - 11:00
    Coffee break
    11:00 - 11:40
    Hyperspectral imaging applications on "sun care"

    Human skin is considered one of the largest organs in the body and is one of the ways we interact with our surrounding environment. The optical characteristics of the skin, determined by its spectral reflectance, contribute to the perception of health and aging. For just over a decade, the use of broad spectrum reflectance, or hyperspectral imaging, has been developed and optimized. Today the application of the broad electromagnetic spectrum with 3D mapping and multivariate analysis is a powerful tool for the cosmetic segment, especially in the area of Sun Care. Real-time studies on melanin kinetics, oxygen concentration and skin protein structures are part of the great possibilities of using this robust tool.

    Speaker: Antonio Fidalgo, Senior Researcher in Green Chemistry at Senai Institute of Innovation of Rio de Janeiro

    11:40 - 13:00
    Brazilian biodiversity law: Impacts, opportunities and success cases

    The Law of Biodiversity in Brazil brought as main promise, the bureaucratic disentanglement for research and innovation using active ingredients of Brazilian biodiversity. In the cosmetics sector, we know that natural ingredients have great potential, especially the active ingredients of Brazil, which in addition to making new discoveries, have a very interesting marketing appeal, not only for the Brazilian consumer, but also for the international market. The presentation will show how Brazilian regulations bring great opportunities for industries compared to other international standards and their impacts are less than what is said.

    Speaker: Francine Leal Franco, Consultant at ABIHPEC

    Success Cases

    Natura - Luciana Villa Nova, Sustainability Manager

    L’Oréal - Fabiana Munhoz, Head of Advanced Research

    The sustainable use of biodiversity in cosmetics is an opportunity to build an innovative value chain, aligned with the expectations of consumers in terms of naturalness and transparency, and contribute to generate a positive social and environmental impact on the planet. In this case study, I will show how L'Oréal is innovating through the use of Brazilian biodiversity and how the law of access and benefit sharing in Brazil contributes to the group's sustainable development program, Sharing Beauty with All.

    13:00
    Closing

     

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