Anti-Ageing Skin Care Conference, 3-5 November 2020

Taking place over 3 afternoons from Tuesday 3 – Thursday 5 November at 12:00 – 17:00 (GMT)

Outside In and Inside Out – a holistic approach to anti-ageing

Skin care regimes and topical treatments are the cornerstone of maintaining good skin condition and protection from the environment; however, we can take lessons from other aspects of skin ageing such as the importance of genetics and overall lifestyle.

The Anti-Ageing Skin Care Conference 2020 will take a holistic look at skin anti-ageing and attempt to draw on related areas of anti-ageing and apply these to skin care approaches and treatments. Our NBIC Senior Innovation Consultant, Dr Katerina Steventon, will be chairing the session one and in session two, our NBIC academic partner Professor Andrew McBain, Manchester University, will give a Keynote Lecture titled, ‘Microbiome in skin ageing: the role of probiotics’.

The skin microbiome is currently a major area of controversy and development in this sector. The conference will explore the skin microbiome and skin health, and its possible impact on skin ageing. It will ask how much do we know about the skin microbiome and its importance in young and ageing skin? What claims can be made for enhancing or protecting the skin microbiome?

The conference will also discuss important skin care actives, new formulation and biometric technologies, and methodologies in anti-ageing skin care.

Across the virtual conference we will hear from invited world-renowned experts on skin ageing and skin care. In addition to the 20 presentations there will be an expert open forum and opportunities for discussion throughout the event. The conference will give the delegates a comprehensive update on this very important scientific area and product category.