Pollution & Skincare: Can Nutricosmetics Help?

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Webcast

Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 11am PDT | 1pm CDT | 2pm EDT Certain nutricosmetic ingredients may protect skin from pollution through nutritional means. Here’s what you need to know to enter this burgeoning product category.

Register Free: https://www.nutritionaloutlook.com/no_w/nutricosmetics

Event Overview:

Cosmetics have acted as a barrier to negative environmental influences like UV rays for some time. Today, as urban centers struggle with poor air quality, and smoke from wildfires blankets large swaths of land, consumers have begun adding anti-pollution measures to their skincare routines. With nutricosmetics, dietary supplement manufacturers are offering an alternative, if not complementary, approach to protecting skin from pollution. But what is the science behind anti-pollution nutricosmetic products, and how are anti-pollution claims regulated?

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn which ingredients show promise in this burgeoning category
  • Understand the scientific evidence supporting the use of nutricosmetics to protect skin from pollution
  • Learn regulatory best practices of marketing anti-pollution nutricosmetics

Who Should Attend:

  • General Management
  • Product Development
  • Marketing / Creative
  • R&D
  • Regulatory

Speakers

Paula Simpson, BSc (Nutritional Sciences), RNCP
Founder
Nutribloom

Paula Simpson is the founder of Nutribloom, an internationally recognized consulting firm specializing in innovation, product development, and branding within the nutricosmetic, natural beauty, and healthy-aging markets. Merging her scientific, natural health background along with 20+ years of experience in formulation, clinical research/design, marketing, and regulations, Paula has generated, from concept to shelf, some of the most successful wellness-focused beauty brands available in the market. Through this, she has solidified her reputation as a leading innovator and ambassador for the healthy-aging and nutricosmetic sectors, and is formally recognized as one of the most powerful women in the natural beauty industry today. She is a regularly sought-after industry expert, including previous engagements at the Vitafoods and SupplySide events as well as the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit. Paula is also a top-tier media personality, with past appearances on E! News, Entertainment Tonight, Good Morning America, MSNBC, ABC, and FOX News. She regularly contributes her expertise to leading health and beauty publications and has authored multiple top industry journal and consumer-focused articles. Paula is a microbiome expert and author of the highly rated book Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin: Nurture Your Skin Microbiome with Pre- and Probiotics for Clear and Luminous Skin, published in Fall 2019.

Raqiyyah Pippins
Partner
Arnold & Porter

Raqiyyah Pippins focuses her practice on the areas of FDA’s regulation of food, dietary supplement, cosmetic, drug, and medical-device products sold directly to consumers, as well as FTC and state regulation of the marketing and sale of consumer products. Raqiyyah co-leads the firm’s Consumer Products & Retail industry group and has extensive experience representing companies engaged in the development, marketing, import, and export of consumer products, including FDA-regulated consumer products, apparel, appliances, and devices. She also routinely represents consumer product companies in advertising challenges before the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council, and defends companies in investigations conducted by the FDA, FTC, and state agencies regarding product marketing practices. Raqiyyah has particular experience assisting companies in developing promotional strategies that account for the federal and state regulations governing direct-to-consumer product promotion. Her experience includes advising consumer product companies on relevant federal and state laws and regulations governing health-related, performance, and sourcing claims (e.g., natural, organic, and green claims) for apparel, conventional food, dietary supplements, cosmetics, and devices; assisting FDA-regulated companies with product development, monograph compliance, and Rx-to-OTC switches; and counseling companies regarding the development of clinical and sensory studies intended to substantiate advertising claims. She is a trusted advisor of trade organizations supporting manufacturers of FDA-regulated products regarding FTC and state standards that also impact the risk profile of companies’ product portfolios and is regularly invited to work directly with clients’ marketing, research, and development teams to help identify marketing strategies that are consistent with the desired risk threshold for the company.

Register Free: https://www.nutritionaloutlook.com/no_w/nutricosmetics