NYSCC Announces Exclusive Partnership with PeclersParis

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Leading Cosmetic Chemists Association & Global Trend Forecaster to Educate Beauty Industry with CosmeTrends and Special Sessions at Suppliers’ Day in New York

Together with NYSCC, this exciting new collaboration aims to bring together scientific expertise, art, style and creative magic to inspire Suppliers’ Day participants and industry specialists across all sectors

The New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) is pleased to announce that it has joined forces with PeclersParis to produce CosmeTrends: Formulating the Future of Beauty, an exclusive newsletter that offers unique content on forward-looking trends that will impact future cosmetic innovations and new product developments. PeclersParis will also curate a session at Suppliers’ Day at the NYSCC’s flagship event, taking place May 15-16, 2018 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City.

“Together with NYSCC, this exciting new collaboration aims to bring together scientific expertise, art, style and creative magic to inspire Suppliers’ Day participants and industry specialists across all sectors,” said Eric Duchamp, Global CEO, PeclersParis.

“This new partnership with PeclersParis will add another layer of thought-provoking information to Suppliers’ Day and help cosmetic chemists and product development teams learn about innovative technologies and new formulas that will resonate in the years ahead with consumers,” said Cathy Piterski, Chair, NYSCC.

Leading up to Suppliers’ Day in May, CosmeTrends is being emailed to NYSCC members and PeclersParis subscribers and explore these four important trends:

-THE ART OF LIVING: BIOTECH SOLUTIONS FOR THE FUTURE
The microbiome and biogenetic technologies are shifting the paradigms of hygiene, beauty and personal care. Formulating cosmetics will become an art of playing with living, tailor-made solutions.

-TOWARDS A MORE EMOTIONAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Looking forward, scientific results, processes and technological claims will need to become more emotional through poetry, art and creative ingenuity: from reason-to-believe to reason-to-feel. We will explore how scientific proof and research will need to sustain organic and vegan performance.

-THE BEAUTY OF LESS IS MORE
As concerns for transparency, traceability and simplicity grow among consumers, the beauty and potency of unique ingredients and raw materials - as well as minimalist formulas - will play a key role in cosmetic developments of tomorrow.

-THE ART OF FORMULATING FOR AN EXPERIENTIAL CONSUMER
Formulating cosmetics and personal care products must now take into consideration the DIY trend and respond to digital personalization, empowering consumers with an appropriation of rituals, formulas and functions for an augmented, more customized and emotional beauty experience.

PeclersParis curated session, Where Culture Meets Science: Forecasting Consumer Needs that will Fuel Beauty Innovation, at Suppliers’ Day takes place on Wednesday, May 16th, at 8:00 a,m. Presented by Emma Fric, Global Head of Research & Foresight, this special session will explore everything from Gen Z’s positive pragmatism to the revival of 90’s creative boldness with a selection of the latest visionary socio-cultural and beauty trends that are fast tracking innovation. Separate registration is required and breakfast will be included.

In addition, PeclersParis will moderate a panel presentation open to registered attendees on a first-come, first served basis on May 15th, that will feature the finalists in the new CEW Beauty Awards category focused on innovative formulations.

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2018 also has partnerships with IFSCC (International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists), ICMAD (Independent Cosmetics Manufacturers & Distributors), PCPC (Personal Care Products Council), and CEW (Cosmetic Executive Women), expanding its global reach and adding value to its on-site offerings to provide attendees and exhibitors with a dynamic and interactive forum of learning and business. Suppliers’ Day will again feature the Future Chemists Workshop, Digital Age of Beauty, Presentation Theater, networking opportunities, and the SCC pre-conference workshops creating a full “Beauty Week NYC”.

To register to attend and more information on Suppliers’ Day visit: https://nyscc.org/suppliers-day/ or contact: suppliersday(at)nyscc(dot)org.

About PeclersParis

Founded in 1970, PeclersParis is a global creative and innovation consultancy and a leader in consumer foresight, trend forecasting, brand & design strategy and innovation. PeclersParis helps businesses innovate to the pulse of tomorrow with one-of-a-kind creative strategies that bring together leading socio-cultural foresight and the most visionary aesthetic and material trends. Servicing many of today’s most successful fashion, beauty and lifestyle brands around the world, PeclersParis offers a range of consulting services, trend publications and a digital platform. PeclersParis is a global company with offices in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Munich, Sao Paulo, Shanghai, Guangzhou and a network of 15 exclusive agents around the world.

Connect with PeclersParis on Twitter (https://twitter.com/PeclersAgency) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/peclersparis/)

About the NYSCC (New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists)

Dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science, the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC), http://www.nyscc.org, strives to increase and disseminate scientific information through meetings and publications. By promoting research in cosmetic science and industry, and by setting high ethical, professional and educational standards, it achieves its goal of improving the qualifications of cosmetic scientists. NYSCC’s mission is to further the interests and recognition of cosmetic scientists while maintaining the confidence of the public in the cosmetic and toiletries industry.

Connect with NYSCC Suppliers’ Day on Twitter and Instagram @SuppliersDayNY

Editor’s Note: To request a press badge for Suppliers’ Day contact Annie Scully at press(at)nysc(dot).org.

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