Representatives from skincare company Mary Kay have been invited to speak at the 22nd International Master Course on Aging Science (IMCAS) World Congress in Paris on the topic of Office vs. at Home Chemical Peels.
Dr Michelle Hines, Director of Product Formulation at Mary Kay, has been invited to be one of the speakers at an IMCAS Academy event along with other renowned specialists.
This invitation is Mary Kay’s first-ever partnership with IMCAS, the company notes in a media release.
“We are excited to continue partnering with the scientific community worldwide and are committed to sharing our innovative research with professionals in skin science and aging,” Dr Lucy Gildea, Chief Scientific Officer at Mary Kay Inc, says in the release.
“We are proud to have been invited to participate at IMCAS, a prestigious organization dedicated to the highest-quality training about plastic surgery and dermatology.”
At IMCAS’ annual 22nd World Congress in Paris, France, which takes place January 30 – February 1, prominent international experts in dermatology, plastic surgery and aging science will showcase and learn some of the latest research innovations with the goal of improving practice standards.
IMCAS was established in 1994 in Paris, France, as a congress dedicated to plastic surgeons and dermatologists. Since its inception, IMCAS has sought to bridge the knowledge gap between Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Dermatology, thereby generating synergies and helping bridge together these two fields.
Its mission is to enable aesthetic practitioners to access quality scientific content on demand. IMCAS recently launched their e-learning platform, IMCAS Academy, which offers its subscribers instant access to instructional videos, scientific papers, expert interviews and more, the release explains.
[Source(s): Mary Kay Inc, Business Wire]