Coral represents just 1% of the world’s ocean life, but coral reefs support 25% of marine species. Therefore it is not surprising that governments and consumers are more and more concerned about how the products they create, apply and use impact the ocean and coral reefs.
Indeed, parts of the US and Europe are already planning to ban UV filters that are toxic to coral. A misuse of these filters and other ingredients could have a strong negative impact on cosmetics brands. As a result, it is more important than ever that brands can prove that their products are both effective and “coral reef friendly.”
In our discussion, Daniel Tatarsky, will host a conversation on the impact and importance of “coral reef friendly” and efficacy claims on cosmetics products, as well as the test protocols required to make these claims.
In addition, Julien will talk about ecotoxicology and environmental risk assessment, while Guillaume will explain the new ReefTox ecotoxicological test and give the key learnings this test provides for formulators and ingredients. Saeid will deep-dive into clinical efficacy testing for sunscreen products.
Target Audience: The webinar is aimed at all those in the cosmetics industry, with topics specifically interesting for R&D, manufacturing, sustainability and marketing teams involved in sunscreen.
Cost: No charge
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