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High scientific content expected at the 29th Brazilian Congress of Cosmetology

On 10-12 May 2016, the 21th edition of the FCE Cosmetique tradeshow will host the 29th edition of the Brazilian Congress of Cosmetology, at the Transamerica Expo Center in Sao Paulo. Organised in partnership with the Brazilian Association of Cosmetology (ABC), the Congress promises to offer a wide diversity of themes and a high level of scientific content.

On the first day of the congress, Dr. Majella Lane, Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutics at the University of London and director of the UCL Skin Research Group, will open the debates together with Brazil’s Alcorofado Michael, owner of Consumoteca. The first day will also host Dr. Renato Porto, director of Anvisa, to discuss the recent outbreaks of diseases transmitted by Aedes aegypti. On the same day, the Repellents Forum will also discuss the regulatory aspects regarding this product category.

On May 11, second day of the event, Renato Meirelles, from Data Popular, will present consumption behaviour of C / D / E socio-economic groups. Dr. Gustavo Campos Dieamant, of Grupo Boticário, will address the creativity environment required for the development of a new cosmetic product.

On May 12, last day of the congress, Dr. María Luisa Pérez of the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana will discuss about ’Neuroscience and the social role of cosmetics’. Among other speakers, the last day will also receive, Dr Bernard Fink, PhD in Anthropology. The expert will speak on the theme ’What is Beauty? Prospects for Evolutionary Scientist ’.

The full program of the 29th Brazilian Congress of Cosmetology and information about the accreditation are available on the site www.fcecosmetique.com.br

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