Symposium by SFC on Skin and Receptors – 6th and 7th December 2022

1 November 2022

Place

CCI de Paris, Centre Champerret

6-8 avenue de la Porte de Champerret, 75017 Paris

 

SUMMARY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
POSTER SESSIONS DEDICATED TO SKIN & RECEPTORS

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Day-1 Beauty for a New Age

Tuesday 6th December 2022
SESSION 1 – Skin Barrier

09.15 am
Xavier Coumoul – INSERM – Metatox
The aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) function & activity : a new update ?

09:50am

Silvia Pastor – LipoTrue
No more reactive skin by biomimicking the power of turmeric

10:10am
Laurie Verzeaux – Silab
Structure-function relationship between a natural active ingredient and sensory receptors

11:30am
Oscar Exposito – Vytrus Biotech
New Frontiers In Skin Sensoriality

11:50am
Fabrizio Gelmini – Université de Milan
Night treatment Ar|The-WA7, an innovative neurocosmetics approach for skin
well-being and mental health

12:10am
Richard Leroux – Sederma
Improving differentiation and skin barrier functions through epigenetic
regulation and TRPC6 activation.

14.00pm
Harald van der Hoeven – CLR
Focus on skin health: toll-like, endocannabinoid and vitamin D receptors

Session 2 – Skin Inflammation Sensitive Skin

14:20pm
Matthieu Talagas – Université de Bretagne Occidentale
Neuro-keratinocyte synapses

14:55pm
Rémi Pradelles – Microphyt
Anti-inflammatory and neuro-soothing effect of an extract of the microalga Tisochrysis lutea on co-culture of human sensory neurons and keratinocytes

15:15pm
Aïna Queiroz – Seqens
Rôle des récepteur gustatifs de la peau : un « avant-goût » sur modèle
d’inflammation cutanée

16:35pm
Coatmeur IMBE – CNRS
Modulation of aromatic hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) activity in the skin Raphaël

16:55pm
Angela Roca – Provital
The hop bitterness that calms your skin senses

17:15pm
Marie Dorr – Clarins
Protection of cutaneous nerve endings for the management of sensitive skin: a new physiopathological, biological and clinical approach

 

Day 2 –
Wednesday 7th December 2022
Session 3 – Skin Ageing & Exposome

09:00am
Hugo Corstjens – Novigo+
Stretching our senses through skin-deep olfactory and taste receptors

09:35am
Lauriane Imbert-Roux – Greentech
First steps in the exploration of a putative crosstalk between cannabinoids, TRPV and TLRs in human skin melanogenesis regulation

09:55am
Moe Tsutsumi – Shiseido
Skin Beauty with Gentle-Touch-Receptor Merkel Cells: Restore your sense with a pleasant scent

10:15am
Morgane de Tollenaere – Givaudan
Targeting melatonin receptor for well ageing by improving the sleep quality and pro-tecting from blue light related-disorders

11:30am
Lionel Valenti – Exsymol
The HA – CD44 signalling pathway against psychological stress

11:50am
Mickaël Machicoane – Activen
The miniprotein XEP®-716 acts as a growth factor to rejuvenate the skin

12:10am
Lisa Martin IBCP – CNRS
Role of the TRPV3 channel in the default of cutaneous thermoregulation during aging

Session 4 – Skin Models

14:00pm
Bérengère Fromy – LBTI – CNRS
New concept concerning the regulation of cutaneous microcirculation

14:35pm
Christel Boudry – Straticell
In vitro characterization of skin care products targeting cellular receptors
Cosmetics testing Platform & Newsfeed – Mrs Anne Charpentier – Email: contact@skinobs.com

14:55pm
Sébastien Cadau – BASF
New innervated epidermis on chip to study neuro-skin interaction

15:15pm
Nicolas Lebonvallet – UBO BIO-EC
Re‐innervated skin models of non‐histaminergic itch and skin neurogenic inflammation

Session 5 – Skin Multiple Functions

15:35pm
Philippe Papadimitriou – I.D. Swiss Botanicals
Pharmacologie du système endocannabinoïde & cibles additionnelles du CBD

15:55pm
Richard Daniellou – AgroParisTech
Using carbohydrates to target lectins (carbohydrate’s receptors): from fundamental research to cosmetic applications

CONFERENCES OF the Skinobs PARTNERS

DAY 2 

14:35pm Christel Boudry – Straticell 

In vitro characterization of skin care products targeting cellular receptors

 

 

 

 

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Founded in 1951, the SFC brings together all those who are passionate about the beauty sciences. Today, the SFC has 700 individual members representing 375 companies, institutions and universities.

The SFC is a learned society whose mission is to promote and disseminate knowledge in all scientific disciplines related to cosmetology (chemistry, biology, physical chemistry, …). It carries out these missions by organizing scientific events (International Symposium by SFC, Meetings by SFC, Thursdays by SFC, Cosmet’Agora) and by connecting its members (directory, Happy Hours, etc.).

 

 

 

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