The Estée Lauder Companies’ Brands to Present New Scientific Advances at International Societies for Investigative Dermatology (ISID) 2023 Meeting
The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. (ELC) has announced that the company and its brands will be presenting cutting-edge scientific advances at the International Societies for Investigative Dermatology (ISID) Meeting in Tokyo, Japan. ELC’s top global scientists spanning the company’s portfolio of prestige beauty brands will be presenting at this major dermatology event, which takes place every five years.
“As a brand-led innovation company, our scientists, engineers and product developers combine science and creativity to create transformative prestige beauty products that deliver impactful results,” said Jane Anders, Senior Vice President – Asia Pacific (APAC) Innovation, R&D, Product Development & Packaging Development. “ELC is proud to serve as a Gold Sponsor of ISID 2023 and showcase our leading skin care and hair care research to the scientific community.”
Poster presentations will include one from the Estée Lauder brand on free radicals and intracellular pH, 2 from the Aveda brand on scalp aging, one from the Lab Series brand on men’s skin energy and one from ELC on a novel clinical testing protocol to assess skin inflammation in response to UV exposure across skin types. ELC will also host a symposium focused on skin hydration and an innovative collaboration launching soon in Japan.
“We are proud to host ELC and our brands in Tokyo for ISID 2023 as we continue to stay on the leading edge of science and technology trends and drive local and global innovation in this promising market, across APAC and worldwide,” said Yumi Kasakawa, Vice President, R&D, APAC, who oversees the company’s Japan Innovation Hub.
ELC’s recently renovated Japan Innovation Hub focuses on product innovation and development, package design, and scientific communication with a particular focus on skin care. The Hub partners closely with additional innovation centers across Asia, including ELC’s new China Innovation Labs in Shanghai, and hubs in Hong Kong, Seoul and Singapore. The company is making investments across its end-to-end value chain in Japan, APAC and worldwide to deliver enhanced innovations for its consumers. Notably, ELC’s new state-of-the-art Sakura Manufacturing Campus, which is being constructed in Ibaraki Prefecture, will feature a best-in-class engineering technology center. The company’s R&D/innovation, engineering and supply chain teams across APAC will partner closely from product formulation and inception to mainstream manufacturing production to optimize consumer benefits and exceptional craftsmanship, quality and safety.
Around the world, ELC is dedicated to cutting-edge science with multidisciplinary expertise ranging from basic science and advanced technologies to the intersections of physics, chemistry, biology and engineering. The company has 75 years of formulation authority and is deeply integrated into the scientific community – regularly presenting at leading events and publishing in peer-reviewed journals. ELC has a commitment to advancing women in STEM and within its own operations, all of the company’s R&D and innovation laboratories worldwide are led by women and more than half of its scientists, engineers and technical professionals are women.
Source: The Estée Lauder Companies