20 et 21 MAI 2021 : XXXèmes Virtual Cosmet’in Lyon Skin Science Days

European Dermocosmetology Days become Cosmet’in Lyon Skin Science Days. The conference will be held in English.

The event will be virtual only.

Titre : How clinical experience highlights skin biology mechanisms
For each session, the speakers will have to respond to the theme of the congress from a research, clinical and industrial point of view

The contribution of skin microbiota to the pathogenesis of skin inflammatory diseases
Pr Richard GALLO – University of California, San Diego

Inflammation / Immunologie
Sensitive skin: how clinical experience highlights skin biology mechanisms
Pr Laurent MISERY – CHU de Brest

From the fundamental to the clinic: how in vitro models can highlight the pathophysiology of inflammatory skin diseases
Pr Jean-Claude LECRON – LITEC (Laboratoire Inflammation, Tissus épithéliaux et Cytokines) – Université de Poitiers

Cutaneous side effects of tyrosine kinase inhibitors
Georgios STAMATAS – Johnson & Johnson Santé Beauté France

Effect of Titrated Extract of Centella asiatica on skin repair process
Elsa HERNANDEZ – Seppic

Immunity to commensal skin fungi promotes psoriasiform skin inflammation
Charlotte HURABIELLE – National Institutes of Health

Régénération cutanée / Cicatrisation / Stem cells

Deciphering cellular heterogeneity in human epidermal keratinocyte precursor cells and dermal fibroblasts
Dr Nicolas FORTUNEL – Laboratoire de Génomique et Radiobiologie de la Kératinopoïèse (LGRK) – CEA/DRF/IBFJ/IRCM – Université Paris-Saclay

Electric field to modulate cutaneous cell behavior and matrix remodeling
Dr Laure GIBOT – IMRCP UMR5623

C. elegans cell reprogramming: from skin to neuron
Dr Sophie JARRIAULT – IGBMC (Institut de Génétique et de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire) – CNRS UMR 7104, INSERM U1258, Université de Strasbourg

Skin Science : Industrial Perspective
Laurent APERT and Marielle BOUSCHBACHER – Urgo

Glycation by glyoxal leads to profound changes in the behavior of dermal fibroblasts
Cécile GUILLON – LBTI (Laboratoire de Biologie Tissulaire et d’Ingénierie Thérapeutique) / Urgo

Vieillissement / Hyperpigmentation
In vitro modeling of skin aging with progeria cells: paradigms and paradox
Dr Xavier NISSAN – I-Stem

Mechanobiology in skin aging
Dr Soline ESTRACH – IRCAN (Institute for Research on Cancer and Aging)

Interplay between epidermal and immune cells in vitiligo
Pr Julien SENESCHAL – INSERM U1035 Immuno-Dermatologie ATIP-AVENIR

Development of a new functional skin age spots model with individualized hyperpigmentation lesion through high resolution 3-dimensional patterned bioprinting and its use for active ingredient evaluation
Morgan DOS SANTOS – LabSkin Creations / François LEJEUNE – Chanel Parfums Beauté

Tracing tumour initiation in real time by live imaging
Pauline VIEUGUÉ – Blanpain Lab – Université de Bruxelles

Interventions cliniques et nouvelles technologies
Stem cells and their derivative to improve skin graft in severely burned patients
Pr Sébastien BANZET – Institut de Recherche Biomédicale des Armées INSERM UMRS-MD 1197 Centre de Transfusion sanguine des Armées

Cold atmospheric plasma promotes killing of Staphylococcus aureus by macrophages
Dr Nadira FRESCALINE – Institut de Recherche Biomédicale des Armées, INSERM UMRS-MD 1197, Centre de Transfusion Sanguine des Armées / École Polytechnique Palaiseau / Institut Pasteur, Département de Microbiologie

Dual immune contribution of cutaneous microbiota and macrophages: application to atopic dermatitis
Sébastien CADAU – BASF Beauty Care Solutions

Ex-vivo sebaceous gland models for modern cosmetics evaluation
Anne-Laure DESROCHES – CTIBiotech

They will participate : Bayer Health Care – Laboratoire Insphy – Yves Rocher – Naos Bioderma – Cargill- Givaudan – Episkin – Dow – CHU Nantes – Laboratoires Clarins – Laboratoires Gilbert – Galderma – Gattefossé – Provital – Unifarco – Skinobs – Lyonbiopôle – BASF Beauty Care Solutions – Eurofins Dermscan – IBCP – Institut d’Expertise Clinique – Expression Cosmétique – Activen – Provital France – Promega – Alvadiem – AF Biocell – VitroScreen – MS Beautilab – CNRS – Dermaceutic – Newtone Technologies – Clariant – Sisley – Lipoid – Cellap Laboratoire – Isispharma – Greentech – Eurofins – BioMeca – L’Observatoire des cosmétiques – SFC – Laboratoires Pierre Fabre – Ivatherm – Laboratoires Nigy – ISBS – Safic-Alcan – Teoxane – Kose Corporation – IFF – SRC Groupe Nuxe – Novotec – Sederma – HCS Pharma – Ambiotis – DAMAE Medical – Urgo RID – Medical University of Graz – Cellink – H&A Pharmachem – Syntivia – Metabolon – StratiCELL – CIRI INSERM U1111 – Solabia – Phylogène -Chanel Parfums Beauté – Saci-Cfpa – Davines – Invest in Lyon – Nagase – Symrise – L’Oréal – Colgate Palmolive – AF Consulting – Exsymol – Seqens -I-Stem – Silab – OxiProteomics – Lubrizol

24 and 25 MAY 2022: Testing Symposium for Dermocosmetics

Cosmet’in Lyon and Skinobs will organize a Testing Symposium for Dermocosmetics (In-vivo, In-vitro, ex-vivo) to study the skin, hair and nail:

  • Academic conferences
  • Technical Presentations
  • Poster Session
  • Exhibitors Meeting

24th May: 8h00-18h30
Preclinical conferences: pollution – inflammation – allergies / sun and pigmentation / test of the content-contenair interaction

2 et 3 FEVRIER 2023 : XXXIèmes CIL Skin Science Days

Topic: Exposome: a Healthy life for a Healthy skin

Pr Thierry PASSERON – CHU Nice

Session 1: Exposome and way of life
Title to be confirmed

A global decoding of the Skin Exposome in Cosmetics
Grace GAO – L’Oreal R&I

How digital imaging and image analysis algorithms can bring value to the study of the impacts of the exposome on the skin, in worlwilde populations
Elodie PRESTAT-MARQUIS- Newtone Technologies

Clinical and biological impact of the Exposome on the skin: Innovative assessment methods
Catherine ZANCHETTA – Givaudan

Exposome: The silent killer of skin beauty
Véronique NEWTON – CIDP

Session 2: Exposome and environment
Environnement and skin barrier function: the gate door to inflammation
Dr Marie TAUBER – INSERM U1111-CIRI, Université Lyon 1, HCL, Lyon Sud

Dermatological impact of particulate matter from pollution: facts, mechanisms and protection
Laurent MARROT – L’Oréal

Biological responses to UV radiation and photo-pollution: impact on skin regeneration ang aging
Pr Walid RACHIDI – CEA Grenoble

Neryl acetate, the major component of Corsican Helichrysum Italicum essential oil, mediates its biological activities on skin barrier
Géraldine LEMAIRE – L’Occitane

Tackling the skin and hair care from the principles of ecology
Raul VALLECILLO – Vytrus Biotech

Session 3: Exposome and innate factors/hormones
Influence of environment on the health of children, example of endocrine disruptors

Understanding the consequences of the exposome on skin microbiota
Aïna QUEIROZ – Seqens

In vitro compartmentalized microfluidic devices, innovative models to evaluate the impact of exposome on skin
Alexandre GUICHARD – Netri

Exposome Impact on Keratinocytes and Two major skin Bacteria
Valérie ANDRE – BASF Beauty Care Solutions

Session 4: Exposome and young researchers
Effects of the stress-inducing hormone epinephrine on epidermal keratinocytes
Eri KAWASHIMA – Kose Corporation

Exposure to ionizing radiations from medical imaging and radiotherapy: mechanisms of skin sensitivity

Pandemic stress and the role of sustained cortisol exposure in scalp samples promoting inammatory cytokine dysregulation
Pauline PAYEN – CTIBiotech/Mibelle Biochemistry

How the skin microbiota regulates the effects of UV on the skin
Vijay Kumar PATRA – INSERM U1111-CIRI, Université Lyon 1



They will attend : Codif International – Yves Rocher – Prose – Safic-Alcan – Comercial Quimica Masso – MS Beautilab – Altrabio – Azelis France – Naos – Microphyt – StratiCELL – Symrise – Isispharma – Fineco – Miyoshi Europe – Sisley – Dr. Jetske Ultee Skincare – Pharmasynthèse – Exsymol – Eurofins Dermscan – CTIBiotech – Sicaf – Cargill R&D Centre Europe – Cutech – LVMH – Naos ILS – BASF Beauty Care Solutions – Laboratoires Clarins – L’Oréal R&I – Havea Industries – Berkem – SGS France – Sederma – Isdin – Chanel Parfums Beauté – Laboratoire Native – Clariant – Phylogene – Greentech – IBCP – Université Paris Saclay – Laboratoires Asepta – CNRS – Evonik – Episkin – Netri – Ambiotis – Himalaya – La Peau Autrement – Newtone Technologies – Laboratoire Dermaceutic – Gattefossé – INSERM – UGA – Syntivia – Weleda – Pierre Fabre – Connect Chemicals – Lipotec – CLR – LabSkin Creations – Hermès Parfums Beauté – Complife Italia