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New Perspectives on Aging Skin
The world’s population of people over 60 years of age is rapidly increasing as is life expectancy. For this reason, the cosmetics industry is interested in understanding the biology of aging skin with a goal to fight the appearance of aging skin and ultimately slow down the aging process.

Aging is a complex series of events that occur slowly over the course of time. Both internal and external factors influence aging skin. There are variations in the way people age that are associated with genetics, gender, ethnicity and lifestyle.

This presentation will discuss photoaging associated with chronic inflammation, UV, IR and blue light-induced photoaging, protein oxidation and why the impact of each may result in a difference of aging skin in various skin types. Understanding the molecular mechanisms associated with the variation of aging including the variation in appearance of aging skin will help in product development of improved personalized skin and hair care products.

Nov 4, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Howard Epstein
Director of Technical Services @EMD Electronics
Howard Epstein is Director of Technical Services for EMD Electronics, Surface Solutions, Philadelphia, PA., an affiliate of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany. He was a scholar in residence at the University of Cincinnati department of dermatology and received his Ph.D. in Pharmacognosy from the Union Institute & University in Cincinnati, Ohio during that time. He has been in the cosmetics industry for many years since he began his career formulating cosmetics for Estee Lauder, Maybelline, Max Factor, Bausch & Lomb and Kao Brands. In addition to his interest in botanicals Howard previously served as editor of the Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Science and is a member of the International Academy of Dermatology. He is on the editorial board of the dermatological journals Clinics in Dermatology and SKINmed representing the cosmetics industry to dermatologists. Howard has authored chapters in various cosmetic technology textbooks including various chapters in Harry’s Cosmeticology.