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Mary Kay reveals latest research at the 20th World Dermatology Congress

Mary Kay Inc. continues its decades-long commitment to skin science research as a sponsor of the 20th World Dermatology Congress. The event, held on March 13-14 in Singapore, brings together researchers, academicians and scientists from the dermatology community worldwide to exchange information on technological advances and new scientific achievements.

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Global Cosmetics Company to Join the World’s Foremost Skincare Experts at Singapore Event

The theme for World Dermatology 2019 is “Exploring the New Approaches in Dermatology.” The conference focuses on skin health, skin ailments, allergy manifestations, clinical dermatology and cosmetic dermatology.

On this occasion, David Gan, Senior Principal Scientist at Mary Kay Inc., presented some new insights in evaluating and understanding facial redness. Based on this work, Mary Kay scientists identified botanical extracts that help reduce the production of pro-inflammatory proteins and enzymes in the skin and developed a cosmetic formulation containing these extracts to effectively address facial redness. After four weeks of use, the cosmetic formula reduced overall facial redness and skin temperature in subjects with persistent skin irritation.

As a skin biologist, I’m honoured to share Mary Kay’s ground-breaking skin research related to facial redness with the broader scientific community,” said Gan. “The results of this continued research will help us make Mary Kay products better as we consider the concerns and experience of our consumers.

Mary Kay’s Research and Development team, led by Dr. Lucy Gildea, Mary Kay’s Chief Scientific Officer, comprises of distinguished scientists holding doctorates and other advanced degrees across multiple disciplines: skin biology, cell biology, chemistry, biochemistry and more. “Collaborating with the world’s leading skincare experts at the 20th World Dermatology Congress provides opportunities to share the latest technological advances and scientific breakthroughs on skin health,” said Dr. Gildea. “Our sponsorship of the World Dermatology Congress is one of a series of Mary Kay partnerships with the scientific and academic communities around the world and showcases our continued commitment to skin science research.

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