Skin Microbiome Congress, May 30-31 at Boston, USA
TULA’s CEO, Julia Straus, says in a recent interview that 'over 50% of our customers suffer from oily or acne affected skin', and that consumers are using up to 515 synthetic chemicals daily to overcome these concerns.
Kit Wallen-Russell, Co-Founder of JooMo suggests that using benchmark values of diversity, skin health can be measured to predict whether skin is prone to ailments, and whether cosmetic ingredients and products are one of the main causes for this epidemic.
Join Straus and Wallen-Russell, along with 100+ experts from Unilever, Dermala, Givaudan Active Beauty, L’Oreal Research & Innovation and more at the upcoming Skin Microbiome Congress on May 30th - 31st.
Discover the potential of prebiotic, probiotic and postbiotic products being developed to protect and promote a healthy microbiome and ultimately combat dermatological conditions.
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With an increasing consumer trend towards natural products, what’s more natural than harnessing the bacteria on your skin?
Tickets are running low to attend, book yours today and benefit from up to a $300 saving when booking before April 6th, 2018.