SIHealth at the 6th Anti-Ageing Skin Care Conference in London
On June 5-6 SiHealth was main sponsor of the Anti-Aging Skin Care Conference. This meeting was an opportunity for presentations and discussions on scientific, regulatory and marketing issues regarding the anti-aging sector.
This is a relevant and rapidly growing segment (forecasted to reach 216 USD billion by 2021) driven by innovation (new launches and technologies) and an increasing interest in prevention and healthy habits.
The main topics of the conference were maintaining healthy skin, avoiding premature skin aging and preventing serious consequences of sun burns as well as discussions on environmental insults, the role of genetics and nutrition.
There were 18 invited speakers, skilled in their field, who proposed an interesting mix of academic and business expertise and presented remarkable case-histories.
The meeting offered new insights into skin health, beauty, skin age prevention and treatment with active discussions with the Industry’s top scientists and technologists.
SiHealth booth at the venue was always crowded by delegates from commercial and R&D functions.
Our team had several opportunities to showcase our solutions and establish important networking with industry leaders.
Vitamin D is crucial to stay healthy. We all know it spurs bone growth and insufficient level of vitamin D can therefore trigger osteoporosis
Ultraviolet eye protection is important. UV exposure can lead to skin cancers in the eyes and on the eyelids and damage cornea, lens and other parts of the eye
Photo-types classification describes how sensitive you are to sunburns and related risk of skin damages and skin cancer.
Skin cancer, nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC) and cutaneous malignant melanoma (CMM), is the most frequent cancer worldwide
The middle layer of our skin, the dermis, contains collagen, elastin and other fibers that support our skin structure; UV radiations (UVA and UVB) cause damages to these elements and trigger photoaging.