Scientific conferences, publications and articles
Oriflame scientists maintain a continuous presence in the scientific community. Our experts speak at, chair and attend some of the world’s most prestigious, scientific events at the forefront of innovation in cosmetics science. We continuously publish our research papers for review by fellow scientists, and write opinion pieces and technical articles in respected journals and industry publications. By representing Oriflame this way amongst our peers, we are well positioned on the the latest scientific developments, whilst maintaining our reputation as thought-leaders.
11th International Symposium on Chromatography of Natural Products, Data-driven discovery and development of new, active and natural anti-ageing ingredients. Entering ‘big data’ and network science in pharmacognosy, Invited speaker – Michele Leonardi
IFSCC Congress Munich: Lip technology for an extreme matte effect and weightless feeling through a transforming liquid to powder texture, Poster presentation – Joyce Wada
IFSCC Congress Munich: A new sensory method for Skincare differentiation with Chemists, Poster presentation – Celine Marque
IFSCC Congress Munich: N-acetyl aspartic acid inhibits melanin synthesis with corresponding clinical improvement of skin tone homogeneity, Poster presentation – Nina Hrapovic
Skin Anti-Ageing Conference, London Network Pharmacognosy™ – accelerating discovery of natural active ingredients for younger looking skin, Invited speaker -Susanne Fabre
In-Cosmetics Global, Amsterdam Use of big data to unveil the power of nature: the network-pharmacognosy™ approach, Invited speaker – Michele Leonardi
7th International Phytocosmetic and Phytotherapy Congress for the International Society for Phytocosmetic Science Potent and multifunctional cosmetic active ingredient from Harpagophytum procumbens plant stem cell extract, Poster presentation – Nahid Amini
In-Cosmetics Global Amsterdam New Trends in cosmetics technology, Chairperson – Paolo Camattari
4th Future of Formulation in Cosmetics Summit, Barcelona Natural pigments in lipsticks, Invited speaker – Clara le Berre
Sustainability and Naturals in Cosmetics Conference, Advisory Board Member – Clara le Berre
Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938—A comparative study on the effect of probiotics and lysates on human skin
Solution Story: Merging systems biology and chemistry to streamline the quest for natural active ingredients
Antera 3D capabilities for pore measurements.
Wrinkle and roughness measurement by the Antera 3D and its application for evaluation of cosmetic products.
Use of big data to unveil the power of nature :Generation of the bipartite natural compound target-networks
Developing Product Environmental Footprint Category Rules (PEFCR) for shampoos: the basis for comparable life cycle assessment
What Makes Indian Women Look Older – An Exploratory Study on Facial Skin Features
Evaluation of skin firmness by the DynaSKIN, a novel non-contact compression device, and its use in revealing the efficacy of a skincare regimen featuring a novel anti-ageing ingredient, acetyl aspartic acid.
Structural activity relationship analysis (SAR) and in vitro testing reveal the anti-ageing potential activity of acetyl aspartic acid.
In vivo topical application of acetyl aspartic acid increases fibrillin-1 and collagen IV deposition leading to a significant improvement of skin firmness.
Pre-clinical formulation screening, development and stability of acetyl aspartic acid for cosmetic application.
In vitro and in vivo dermal absorption assessment of acetyl aspartic acid: a compartmental study.
Acetyl aspartic acid, a novel active ingredient, demonstrates potential to improve signs of skin ageing: from consumer need to clinical proof.
Safety assessment of a novel active ingredient, acetyl aspartic acid, according to the EU Cosmetics Regulation and the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety guidelines.
Influence of facial skin ageing characteristics on the perceived age in a Russian female population.
The use of gene arrays and corresponding connectivity mapping (Cmap) to identify novel anti-ageing ingredients.
Transcriptional changes in organoculture of full-thickness human skin following topical application of all-trans retinoic acid.
Clinical evaluation of a dioic acid-based formulation on facial skin in an Indian population.
Effect of cosmetic ingredients as anticellulite agents: synergistic action of actives with in vitro and in vivo efficacy.
The melanogenesis and mechanisms of skin-lightening agents–existing and new approaches.
Three clinical studies showing the anti-aging benefits of sodium salicylate in human skin.
Synergistic action of a triple peptide complex on an essential extra-cellular matrix protein exhibits significant anti-aging benefits.
Bioengineering and subjective approaches to the clinical evaluation of dry skin.
Scale Up Success: Untapping the Potential of Computational Fluid Dynamics
Sensory Insight: Emollient Profiling Accelerates Speed to Market
Ranking Body Creams by Sensory Properties
A Novel Explant Model for Skin Delivery Assessment
Lipsticks: How they have changed and where they are going
The effect of skin metabolism on the absorption of chemicals
UVA protection in Foundation