Estée Lauder has revealed details about its presentations at the upcoming 25th World Congress of Dermatology (WCD) in Singapore on 3-8 July.
Researchers across three brands and Estée Lauder Research & Development will share novel clinical and preclinical results across emerging areas of skin health and anti-ageing in the form of five poster presentations and a satellite symposium during the event, which takes place every four years.
Poster presentation details are as follows:
- The effect of a multi-ingredient facial cream on skin structure, function, and appearance: evidence from ex vivo and clinical studies. Presenter: Jaime Emmetsberger, PhD
- The importance of Sirt2 in regulating mechanobiology of the skin. Presenter: Nadine Pernodet, PhD
- Anti-glycation and anti-sallowness effects of certain materials in 3D skin equivalent models. Presenter: Tom Mammone, PhD
- A topical cosmetic serum with a targeted, triple action approach provides anti-aging benefits equal to or better than a single laser treatment. Presenter: Kristine Schmalenberg, PhD
- The benefits of regular use of moisturizer to skin aging prevention: a six-month evaluator blinded, randomized, and controlled clinical study. Presenter: Hao Ouyang, PhD
“We are thrilled to share key findings at the upcoming WCD from our most recent research efforts, which leverage insights from the fields of longevity and epigenetics to advance our understanding of the molecular pathways underlying inflammation and ageing,” said Nadine Pernodet, PhD, Senior Vice President, Bioscience, Estée Lauder.
"The breadth and depth of data to be presented further reflects our robust combined R&D and clinical testing capabilities. These highly integrated areas of focus support our exploration of new ingredients or methodologies to ultimately help shape and advance the skin care landscape,” she added.
In addition, Estée Lauder’s ‘Sirtuins and Longevity’ symposium will be held on 6 July from 5:30pm to 6:45pm Singapore time.
The symposium will feature Dr. Pernodet and Danica Chen, PhD, Professor, Metabolic Biology, Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology, University of California, Berkeley, who will discuss the latest research on sirtuins and their impact on youthful, active skin as well as ageing.
“Presented by scientists active in the study of longevity science, including a world-renowned expert in sirtuin biology, this symposium will share key research on the relationship between these longevity factors and the hallmarks of ageing,” a spokewoman said.
“The new findings presented here will provide insight into how an understanding of ageing pathways and targets will form the basis for skin longevity research, which will aid in the continued development of approaches to slow or reverse visible ageing in skin,” she added.