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Green Cosmetology

The term "green" has evolved to mean "organic" or "healthy" in modern marketing. When a consumer sees the words "green cosmetics," they instinctively assume the product or brand is environmentally friendly. However, there is still a lot of room for improvement in the realm of green cosmetics. In the cosmetics industry, “green” and “sustainable” cosmetics are defined as those that contain natural ingredients and are made from renewable raw materials. Petrochemical components generated from petrol, a non-renewable and economically volatile resource, are used by many enterprises. Bio-based oleochemicals, on the other hand, constitute the backbone of the green cosmetics movement, as they are derived from renewable plant and bacterial sources. The advantages of “green” beauty products go beyond trend – more research is revealing the toxicity of conventional cosmetics, and the natural cosmetics sector continues to grow at a steady pace.

IDC 2022 Speakers
Speaker at Dermatology and Cosmetology 2022 - Dr Lee Kar Wai Alvin

Dr Lee Kar Wai Alvin

EverKeen Medical Centre, Hong Kong
Speaker at Dermatology and Cosmetology 2022 - Afzaal Bashir

Afzaal Bashir

King Edward Medical University, Pakistan
Speaker at Dermatology and Cosmetology 2022 - Dechelette Corinne

Dechelette Corinne

PEAUrigami, France
Speaker at Dermatology and Cosmetology 2022 - Rachita Dhurat

Rachita Dhurat

LTMMC, India
Speaker at Dermatology and Cosmetology 2022 - Eleonora Leucci

Eleonora Leucci

LKI Leuven Cancer Institute, Belgium
Speaker at Dermatology and Cosmetology 2022 - Karolina Chilicka

Karolina Chilicka

University of Opole, Poland

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