The CEO of NutraResearch and Professor of Pharmaceutical Technology at the University of Barcelona, Dr. Gemma Casadevall, will be a key presenter at one of the main workshops of the 33rd IFSCC Congress, discussing Dietary Supplements and Skin Health. The International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists, dedicated to international cooperation in cosmetic science and technology, is organizing this event, scheduled to take place from September 4th to 7th in Barcelona.
The workshop, which will be held on September 4th at 10:30 AM, will focus on the impact of dietary supplements on skin health, particularly those formulated to provide “internal” benefits. These products have proven to be an innovative breakthrough in the beauty field, as they provide specific ingredients that can be beneficial for comprehensive care of the skin, hair, and nails. Casadevall will unveil how the latest formulation technology is crucial to ensure optimal delivery of selected ingredients through the oral route, targeting specific areas within the body for maximum effectiveness, enabling the supplements to achieve their utmost efficacy.
The global market for beauty-focused dietary supplements is projected to experience double-digit growth in this decade, as consumers increasingly opt for a holistic approach to well-being that includes the consumption of supplements for beauty purposes. Therefore, the IFSCC dedicates the first of its sessions to inner beauty and skin health, an area in which NutraResearch stands as a market leader. This is due to its application of significant technological innovations, coupled with the quality and efficacy of its solutions.
The CEO of NutraResearch will explain the latest trends and innovations in this industry, highlighting the growing demand from discerning consumers who recognize the connection between skin health and dietary supplements. Furthermore, she will delve into how relevant scientific studies correlate intestinal microbiota, emotional state, and skin health. The new products thus provide a response to the indications of studies, which suggest that outward appearance is a reflection of overall health. During the workshop, the benefits of combining dietary supplements with topical products will be showcased, establishing a holistic approach to skincare.
Organized by the Food and Cosmetics section of the Catalan AEFI, the workshop will also address the Regulation of Dietary Supplements in the EU, featuring a presentation by Celia Guadaña Buigues, Manager of Regulation and Labeling, Food Compliance Solution at Mérieux NutriSciences.
In addition to the latest skin care innovations, the IFSCC Congress, under the theme “Rethinking Beauty Science,” will dedicate two more sessions to new multisensorial experiences in beauty products and responsible cosmetic development in harmony with the environment.