The Society of Cosmetic Chemists (SCC) announced the election results for the organization’s 2020 executive officers and area directors. Together with the Board of Directors, they are the governing body focused on the mission, strategy and goals of the Society and are responsible for representing the interests of more than 5,400 individual cosmetics and personal care industry members globally.
SPONSORED CONTENT: Now becoming a focus in skin health and cosmetics industries, the skin microbiome is the network of bacteria that makes their home on the surface of our bodies. This community of bacteria communicate and collaborate to keep the skin in a healthy condition.
The Society thinks it’s time to acknowledge more members more often, so we’ve decided to place a spotlight on members whose dedication to the SCC has not gone unnoticed. Get to know Marisa Plescia.
The impact that rhamnolipid (RL) and sophorolipid (SL) biosurfactants has on solution surface activity when used in conjunction with the commercially important zwitterionic surfactant cocamidopropyl betaine (CAPB) is highlighted for the first time through surface tension and surface rheology measurements on binary and ternary mixtures of these surfactants.
The Society of Cosmetic Chemists (SCC) is pleased to announce Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, as the recipient of the inaugural Florence Wall Women in Cosmetic Chemistry Award, the Society’s first-ever award honoring women’s scientific and leadership contributions to the cosmetics and personal care industry.