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SUSTAINABILITY: A KEY PILLAR OF PRODUCT INNOVATION AT L’ORÉAL

Thursday 12 December
GUESTS EVENING LECTURE
Royal Society of Chemistry, London

A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON SKIN AGEING AND REPAIR

Thursday 9 January 2020
INCLUDES LCF STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
Royal Society of Chemistry, London

THE IFRA 49TH AMENDMENT – WHAT IT ENTAILS AND HOW IT WAS DERIVED

Thursday 13 February 2020
JOINT SCS/BSP LECTURE
Royal Society of Chemistry, London

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SAFIC ALCAN WINS INNOVATION AWARD FOR SECOND YEAR

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Congratulations to Safic Alcan on winning the Laura Marshall Award for innovation for the second year running. The company’s Let’s Face It exfoliating and cleansing pad is reusable, plastic-free, long-lasting and sulphate-free and was exactly the kind of thing that award voters (SCS Formulate visitors) wanted to see. The product, which is based on potato starch and seaweed technology, is the brainchild of Safic Alcan’s Julienne Lim (Marketing Manager), Amy Walsh (R&D Manager) and Manny Tailor (R&D Chemist) who took the concept of sustainability, naturality and biodegradability along with the challenge of solids. “We were quite surprised to win as we felt there were some other great entries this year,” said the winning team. They are delighted to be the first company to win two years running. “It validates all the hard work we've put in and also says a lot about the company, showing that we want to be a big player in the UK.” The team also promises it will be going for a Laura Marshall Award hat-trick next year!

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