Conference Programme Focuses on Trends, New Products and Practical Examples
On 14 and 15 June, industry experts will examine current topics including trends in colours and materials and provide insights into innovative ingredients and sustainable packaging solutions in the CosmeticBusiness 2023 Programme. The Conference Programme revolves around industry trends and innovations and offers wide-ranging sources of inspiration for decision-makers in the cosmetics industry.
Trend analyst and colour expert Niels Holger Wien will be drawing exclusive inspiration from the zeitgeist and introducing visitors to the world of colours for the 2024/2025 season. His lecture CB IMPULSE 2024 BEYOND on the first day of the event is expected to particularly provide inspiration for creative packaging design in the next few years. Afterwards, he will be offering deeper insights into the worlds of colours and materials at the session entitled Deep Dive: Colour and Material World .
Packaging Designed for Circular Economies
Visitors will learn more about true circular economies for cosmetics packaging in the presentation by Primavera, which also takes place on the first day. The aromatherapy and natural cosmetics supplier is working together with various partners to actively advance the recycling of cosmetics packaging using methods comparable to the beverage industry's deposit system. Andrea Dahm, who is responsible for sustainability and brand management at Primavera, will share her experience and knowledge about the deposit system for bathroom plastics.
Nathalia Trunova, Cosmetics & Personal Care Strategist for Quantis, will speak on the most important factors for success in ecodesign, the basis for recyclable cosmetics packaging. In her presentation, she will demonstrate how ecodesign can be used as a powerful planning tool .
From Fragrances to Upcycling Ingredients
Professor Jessica Freiherr from the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging will present new research findings on the effects of fragrances. In her talk, she will demonstrate how the psycho-physiological effects of fragrant ingredients can be measured and evaluated in order to gain valuable information to guide product development and increase market acceptance.
Sebastian Wölke, co-founder of the dm cooperation brand 'no planet b', aims to show that upcycling can be implemented in mass markets in his talk called Upcycling for the Mass Market – with 'no planet b' . He will report on opportunities and challenges posed by using upcycled ingredients in beauty products.
Meet the Start-up
Young companies will be presenting their innovative solutions at CosmeticBusiness in the dedicated Innovation Corner in Hall 4. As part of the Meet the Start-Up format, visitors can find out more about the start-ups and their products in a series of 30-minute talks on both days of the event.
SPOTLIGHT: Discover Exhibitors and Their New Products
Selected innovations at the SPOTLIGHT novelty show will be presented in more detail at a series of talks entitled Exhibitor SPOTLIGHTS . Innovations include exciting new ingredients for cosmetics products, formulations and sustainable packaging concepts.
Full details of the Conference Programme and the individual presentations can be found on the CosmeticBusiness website.