The Society’s highest honor recognizing an individual for accomplishments in activity supporting the best interests of the cosmetics and personal care industry will go to…
The Society of Cosmetic Chemists (SCC) is pleased to announce Nava Dayan, PhD, as the recipient of the 2020 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.
SCC is proud to highlight the outstanding work, cutting-edge research and advancements that our members achieve in the cosmetic sciences.
This year, we’ll be awarding scientists with the following awards: Merit, Green Star, Joseph P. Ciaudelli, Young Scientist, Shaw Mudge and more!
These winners join a prestigious list of accomplished professionals who have been recognized by their peers for their outstanding contributions to our industry.
Are you aware of the revolution that is taking place in the natural ethnic hair community? Women of color are becoming more aware of what they’re using, understanding ingredients, and are expecting a level of performance that meets their unique needs. Ethnic hair is the most unique and versatile hair with over 6-9 different types sprawling from wavy, curly, to kinky. In this article, YouTuber Tanya Lane shares information that she has gathered from her viewers on ingredients and product concepts that have helped them the most. The purpose of this article is to help guide your formulations based on the top three needs of ethnic consumers.
The IFSCC 2020 Virtual Yokohama Congress will be a ten day event from Wednesday, October 21 – Friday October 30. (Originally 3 days, Tuesday 20 October through Friday 23 October). Registrants can watch the podium presentation videos and visit the poster PDFs as many times as they like, 24/7, during the 10 days of the Congress.