Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 (2:00pm-3:00pm ET)
This webinar is presented by:
A Continuation of the Area IV TechTalk Series
[Please Note: This webinar will be free for all SCC Members to attend. Members should have received an email with a direct link to the registration page for the webinar. If you are a member and did not receive an email, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org]
Hand sanitizers have been in the spotlight during the Covid-19 crisis as consumers embrace a protect and prevent approach. With a focus on hygiene and cleanliness, this industry segment may undergo premiumization as demand increases for products that offer additional benefits such as moisturizing. Washing and the use of harsh sanitizing products effectively disrupt not only pathogens but also the commensal microflora on our skin. As consumers turn to immune-boosting supplements and natural remedies, this first line of microbiota immune defense may continue to play a key role in cosmetic product development. A brief review of clinical research pertaining to hand sanitizers and the potential effects on the skin will be presented. A detailed review of a novel study on the use of plant components will be discussed in relation to the prevention of microbial transfer from one surface to another.
This webinar will feature a presentation by Sanam Fazilova of Active Concepts LLC, along with an open forum Q&A moderated by Peter Toth, Chair of the SCC Florida Chapter.
Active Concepts, LLC
Sanam Fazilova, Ideation Strategist for Active Concepts, LLC, received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Queens University of Charlotte. Since 2012, Sanam worked with various cosmetic brands as a makeup artist to promote cosmetic and skincare products that meet customers’ needs. She began her career at Active Concepts in 2017. Sanam focuses on conceptualizing and executing strategies for brand development and product development with collaboration from R&D while keeping up with industry trends and materials to forecast consumer product needs and desires.