Keeping it Green in Personal Care

Tuesday 2nd March 2021, Online meeting

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The latest Personal Care Seminar (Keeping it Green in Personal Care) took place online.  It attracted over 90 people throughout the day from across the world. 

We had world class speakers from Academia, Industry and Consultants kindly giving talks on their specialist area of research and knowledge.

The seminar started with Market Drivers in Natural Personal care.  It showed how big the market is and the demand for Natural Cosmetic formulations is growing.  Talks on finding alternative raw materials to synthetics were discussed and natural ways to encapsulate.  Natural preservatives were also discussed as a key element in formulations and learning about how even aerosol formulations are going green!

We would like to thank the speakers and all the delegates for asking so many questions and having great discussions. 

If you would to suggest other FST seminar titles or would like to speak at a future personal care event please contact:-This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.





Ecoform 2013 is a technical conference aimed to promote the exchange of information and experience among scientists and other professionals working in the field of green chemistry and formulation.

Programme will include a number of talks from invited experts from industry and academia and a selection from submitted abstracts. The speaker list includes;

Supercritical Water - Jawwad Darr (King’s College London)

Microwave processing – Vitaliy Khutoryanskiy (University of Reading)

Green chemistry - Peter Dunn (Pfizer)

Supercritical CO2 – Vivek Trivedi (University of Greenwich)

Ultrasonics – Timothy Mason (Coventry University)

Radiation Technology – Janusz M. Rosiak (Technical University of Łódź)


Important dates

Abstract submission: 01 March 2013

Early bird deadline: 01 May 2013


An event organised by the Formulation Science and Technology Group (FSTG) of RSC and the University of Greenwich in association with RSC Sonochemistry and Industrial Physical Chemistry group

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