Scale-up in the cosmetic industry
Scientific scale up in the Cosmetic Industry: fact or fiction? Over the last 30 years, the cosmetic industry has moved out of the “black magic” realm and into a far more scientific arena. The methods of scale up have become much more scientific and predictable.
In the cosmetic industry it is imperative that new products get from the bench to manufacturing as quickly as possible. This is the job of the Process Development Engineer and the process is called scale up
The talk will discuss the different aspects of scale up: heat transfer, addition rates and energy input as it pertains to batch size and different equipment.
Speaker : David Yacko, Etsée Lauder
David Yacko is Vice President of Process Development in the Research and Development division of Estee Lauder Companies Inc. Estee Lauder Companies Inc. is one of the world’s leading cosmetic developers and manufacturers. His department is responsible for worldwide scale up for Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
David has worked in the cosmetic industry for 30 years. He spent 17 years with Chesebrough-Ponds in both Research and Development (13 years) and Manufacturing (4 years). For the last 13 years he has been with Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
David is one of the co-authors of “The Manufacture of Cosmetics” one of the chapters in the new eighth edition of Harry’s Cosmetology.
David earned his BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Tri State University in Angola, Indiana. He is a native of Bridgeport, Connecticut and now lives in Rocky Point, New York.
When : September, 23th 2014. Registration at 8:30am. Course at 9:00am.
Where : Novotel Montreal Aeroport Hotel (2599 bld Alfred Nobel, Ville St Laurent)
Price : 90$ SCC Member – 150$ No Member
Free for student (from Université Laval à Québec)
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