If you only attend one skincare event this year, make it this one!
01 Jun 2015

Join us for a unique experience in our new virtual studio In London! World experts on skin ageing, including Dr Des Fernandes, will debate key issues in a TV -style setting in front of a live audience. Hosted by well-known TV presenter Anna Richardson, star of You Are What You Eat and How Not To Get Old, this one-of-a-kind event will arm you with the latest knowledge on how to prevent and reverse the signs of ageing. 

 

 

TALKS AND DEBATES ON KEY ANTI-AGEING ISSUES

• The holy grail of skin rejuvenation

• Biological factors that age the skin

• The effects of genes, diet and hormones

• The power of growth factors and how they affect skin ageing

• The vitamin A revolution

• UVA radiation and its effects on skin

• SPFs and why skin cancer is rising

• Anti-ageing from the inside out

 

 

WORLD-LEADING SPEAKERS: 

 

Dr Des Fernandes

Renowned aesthetic surgeon and founder of Environ® Skin Care, Dr Des Fernandes has lead the way in educating the industry about the benefits of vitamin A and antioxidants, while pioneering new treatment techniques that empower therapists to achieve real, measurable results in-salon.

 

Professor Malcolm Maden 

Professor Malcolm Maden is a member of the Department of Biology at the University of Florida and a Joint Professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology. His studies have centered on the role of vitamin A in development and regeneration and he has published over 180 scientific papers on these subjects.

 

Dr Rachel Watson  

Dr Rachel Watson is an expert in intrinsic and external ageing. She lectures at the University of Manchester and is Co-Editor of the British Journal of Dermatology. She also sits on the Research Committee of the British Association of Dermatologists. Her research includes understanding the mechanisms which lead to  skin ageing.

 

Professor Antony Young

Based at King’s College London, Professor Young has researched the effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) on skin for the past 25 years. He has been chairman of the British Photodermatology Group (BPG) and a faculty member of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). Professor Young’s research interests include DNA photodamage and its repair, risk factors for skin cancer, UVR-induced oxidative damage and the role of antioxidants.

 

Professor Mark WJ Ferguson   

Professor Ferguson is an Honorary Professor of Life Sciences at the University of Manchester and is a world leading expert on the rejuvenating power of growth factors. He is the recipient of numerous international research awards and is the author of 327 research papers. He was made a CBE in 1999 for his services to science.

 

 

SPECIAL EARLY BIRD OFFER

Book before 31st July and you’ll pay just £49.99 + VAT per ticket, a saving of £10 on the full price. You won’t just be part of the audience, you’ll be part of something truly unique. 

 

 

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