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SILAB at in-cosmetics Global in Amsterdam

 Tuesday 10 April 2018

SILAB is attending the in-cosmetics Global exhibition in Amsterdam, from April, 17 to 19, 2018. Our team will welcome you on booth G120 and will introduce our unique range of natural active ingredients intended for skin care and hair care, developed and manufactured by SILAB in France.

Come and discover our expertise: Nectarobiota®

SILAB’s approach to the microbiota is unprecedented in the cosmetic industry: extracting natural molecules from the microbiota of nectar plants (called Nectarobioba®) to influence the skin microbiota. It enabled to develop ECOBIOTYS®, an innovative active ingredient which will be launched during in-cosmetics Global exhibition.

Stop by the INNOVATION ZONE to discover this active ingredient already recognized by expert judges as finalist for the Best Ingredient Innovation Zone Award.

Technical seminar

From plants to skin: the essential role of the microbiota”, is presented by Dr. Pauline Rouaud-Tinguely, Scientific Communication Project Leader, SILAB.

The discovery of microbiota is a revolution in various fields, including cosmetic industry. By capitalizing on its expertise in biotechnologies and by internalizing high-throughput technologies, SILAB gives a new outlook on skin and plant microbiota. These scientific discoveries will support the development of innovative cosmetic solutions.

17 April 2018, 14:00 - 14:30, Technical seminar, Theater 3

Sustainability corner

SILAB and CDC Biodiversité present together the conference “When preserving biodiversity inspires innovative sustainable strategies”.

World leader in the field of engineering natural active ingredients, SILAB drew its innovation and inspiration in Nature and biodiversity. Therefore, the company works with top specialists to define the most suitable sustainable strategies in order to protect biodiversity and reduce its overall environmental footprint.
In this context, SILAB participates in the Nature 2050 program from CDC Biodiversité which seeks to adapt territories to climate change and improve their biodiversity by 2050.

17 April 2018, 15:00 - 15:30, Sustainability corner