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Cosmetics Ingredients

Webinar

Retinoids: How to develop stable and efficacious skincare formulations

Eastman
This is a Past Webinar
Retinoids have been used in topical anti-aging skincare products for decades. However, cosmetics formulators still face many challenges to develop stable and efficacious formulations.

These challenges include achieving molecular stability and formulation stability (UV and oxidation) and avoiding skin irritation. Formulators also have to be concerned with challenges regarding the regulatory landscape and consumer perception.

Attend this webinar to learn how to better select, incorporate, stabilize, and deliver the claims of active ingredients for your skincare formulations with retinoids.
Marcie Natale Presented By:
Marcie Natale

Length: 22 min

Why should you view this webinar?

In this webinar, your will learn a brief history and the most commonly used retinoids in skin care applications and your options to overcome the following challenges
  • Consumer perception
  • Molecular stability
  • Formulation stability; UV and oxidation
  • Skin irritation
  • Regulatory landscape

Who should view this webinar?

  • Cosmetics Formulators
  • R&D Managers
  • Brand Managers
  • Marketing Managers
  • Technical managers
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Marcie Natale Personal Care Global Market Development Manager - Eastman Chemical Company

Marcie Natale Marcie Natale was recruited by Eastman Chemical Company to lead the development teams in the personal care segment in 2006. Today, she is the Eastman Personal Care Global Market Development Manager. Marcie is a recipient of the 2009 EPA Presidential Award for Green Chemistry in the category of Greener Synthetic Pathways. She continues to develop commercial products with a focus on surfactant by using green chemistry and sustainability principles.

Marcie graduated from Millersville University with a BS in Biochemistry and she received her MBA in International Business from Temple. Marcie began her career at Henkel Corporate Research in the organic synthesis department focusing on defoamers, associative thickeners, and emulsion polymerization of green surfactants. In 2001, Marcie joined Cognis Corporation to focus on technical marketing, with an emphasis on green and sulfate free surfactants and additives for shampoos & body care.

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