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3rd Skin Microbiome Congress UK

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Who should attend?

Following the success of the inaugural Skin Microbiome Congress, don’t miss the opportunity to connect with over 250 industry executives from multinational beauty and personal care companies, independent beauty brands and innovative biotechnology companies at the third Skin Microbiome Congress, 14 – 15 November 2018 in London.


The average consumer spends $5 a day on skincare, whilst using up to 515 synthetic chemicals daily to eradicate dermalogical concerns - how can this be good for skin? Introducing the skin microbiome.

The microbiome is transforming the beauty and personal care industry, revolutionizing the clean skincare movement, with researchers and formulators turning their attention to designing and testing products that contain live bacteria, bacterial extracts or prebiotic and postbiotic ingredients to manipulate the skin’s microbiota.

The second Skin Microbiome Congress will explore this cutting edge research and share actionable insights from beauty & personal care industry leaders to create, formulate, successfully market and distribute products that harness the power of the skin microbiome.

Don't miss your chance to understand the next generation of natural skincare products!


INDEPENDENT BEAUTY BRANDS/BIOTECH/ACADEMICS (LESS THAN 10 EMPLOYEES) £699 until 7th September 2018, standard price £999 MULTINATIONAL PHARMA/BEAUTY/PERSONAL CARE £1099 until 7th September 2018, standard price £1399 VENDORS/SERVICE PROVIDER £1399 until 7th September 2018, standard price £1899


Stephanie Wright

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