Potential benefits of shifting the skin microbiome and its relationship to age
NIZO’s expert Wynand Alkema will present skin microbiome data on The Skin Microbiome and Cosmeceuticals Congress, which will take place on the 29th and 30th of October, in San Diego. This presentation is based on a project NIZO performed together with The Estée Lauder Companies. So join us, if you want to know more about:
- Historical evidence to support the benefit of probiotic fermentation
- Knowledge-driven analysis of compositional and functional skin microbiome data
- Primary findings correlate skin aging with compositional differences
About the Congress
Regarding the congress, over 100 presentations will be given at the 2019 US series. New for 2019, Skin Microbiome & Cosmeceuticals Congress: USA has grown out of the long-established Microbiome R&D & Business Collaboration Forum: USA. This dedicated meeting will explore the burgeoning field of skin microbiome research, with case studies focusing on topics such atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, acne, and allergy, and the microbiome-based products being developed to fight these diseases. The conference will also provide insight into the future of microbiome-based cosmetics, with numerous presentations on trial design, commercial strategy, and consumer awareness and expectations. The US series has a reputation for providing an outstanding networking experience in which new collaborations between industry and academia are forged to better translate research into clinical trials. Plus, you will have ample opportunity to review more than 40 poster presentations and meet with 30+ exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services.