"Cutaneous microstructures of importance for
​​​​​​​cosmetic science"

About the Webinar

Corneosomes, lamellar bodies, Langerhans granules, desmosomes and hemidesmosomes, melanin granules and vacuoles are important epidermal microstructures specifically involved with cosmetic formulations.

The webinar will focus on the description of these microstructures biology, biochemistry, origin, regulation and functions while explaining how cosmetic application can interfere and change the skin equilibrium.

7h West Coast USA = 10h Mexico City = 11h East Coast USA = 16h London = 17h Europe = 18h Tel Aviv = 19h Moscow = 21h30 New Delhi

About Dr. Stefania Motta, Presenter

President of the Società Italiana di Chimica e Scienze Cosmetologiche, Dr. Motta oversaw the IFSCC 2019 Milan Conference. For many years she was Research Professor at the Università degli Studi di Milano. Earlier in her career she worked at UNIONDERMA, a dermtological and veterinarian topical products company. She has frequently published on skin pathologies and diseases. Dr. Motta is Founder and CEO of MOST Cosmetics. 

About Perry Romanowski, Moderator

Currently Chair of the IFSCC Education Committee, Perry has been involved with the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (USA-Canada) for years. He served as SCC President and has served on too many Committees to list here.

​​​​​​​His company provides on-line education for cosmetic scientists, including a very popular free webinar series, through his website www.ChemistsCorner.com. His textbook, Basics of Cosmetic Chemistry, is currently available only on IFSCC.org for IFSCC Members (free; registration required) and is the #1 most downloaded refernce material from the IFSCC Virtual Library.

  • Dr. Stefania Motta, Research Professor, Università degli Studi di Milano

    Webinar Presenter

  • Perry Romanowski, IFSCC Education Chair

    Webinar Moderator

  • Mary Lynn Halland, IFSCC Secretary General

    Webinar Host

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