my passion for product development and “green chemistry” all come together here
(PRWEB) June 04, 2013
Award winning product formulator Emily Fritchey, CEO and founder of Sunshine Botanicals was inducted into the Society of Cosmetic Chemists May 15th.
"I'm excited to be a part of this prestigious organization,” says Emily, “my passion for product development and “green chemistry” all come together here”. The Society of Cosmetic Chemists is dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science, and continually strives to increase and disseminate scientific information through regional meetings, continuing education and various scientific publications. The society reaches its goals of improving the qualifications and recognition of cosmetic scientists while maintaining the confidence of the public in the cosmetic and toiletries industry. The Society of Cosmetic Chemists was founded in 1945 to promote high standards of practice in the cosmetic sciences. They also serve as a forum for the exchange of ideas and new developments in cosmetic research and technology.
Ms. Fritchey is a Clinical Aesthetician/Holistic Skin Therapist, and natural health practitioner whose cutting-edge approach to dramatic skin transformation has made her not only a respected trend-setter among her peers in the field of aesthetics and cosmetic surgery, but an award-winning product formulator and expert on botanical skin treatments. Preceding her many years in the aesthetics field was her own painful struggle with problem skin that conventional medicine could not resolve. This led to her to intense study in the field of cosmetic chemistry, nutrition, herbology and natural medicine that ultimately led not only to the solution and resolution of her chronic skin disorders, but to the development of her own results-oriented line of natural skincare products - Sunshine Botanicals. Her company was recently awarded the “Beauty with a Conscience” award from Natural Solutions Magazine for excellence in product formulation - for the third time. Her unique approach to product formulation has been published in beauty media, as well as major medical journals, including Cosmetic Surgery Times, and Dermatology Times - June and August 2008, respectively.