about Maria Fernandez

Maria Fernandez is Canadean’s Innovation Researcher for Personal Care, responsible for research across these industries with respect to market trends and product innovation.
Since joining the company in 2012 she has been researching information on new consumer products available on the markets, liaising with a global field of shoppers, and examining information obtained through primary and secondary sources. In addition she has been in charge of co-ordinating the social media platforms of the Product Launch Analytics department.

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Thermolat: Symrise's new warming ingredient

Thermolat: Symrise’s new warming ingredient

Symrise’s new sensory ingredient creates a feeling like gentle warm sunshine on the skin. Thermolat was developed for use in creams, gels and balms to provide pleasant, relaxing and long-lasting effects without feelings of stinging or burning. According to the cosmetic ingredients supplier, 71% of consumers would like to feel an (...)

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Genderless innovation based on neuroscience

John Jiménez
Genderless innovation based on neuroscience

The history of dance is rich in innovations, from the first creations of ballet master Jean-Georges Noverre, to the modern dance of Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Rudolph Nureyev or Pina Bausch until the modern interpretations of Britain’s Got Talent finalist Yanis Marshall. The famous peer-reviewed academic journal Science launched (...)

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