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BEAUTY full SKIN Stage

Time

Topic

Speaker

11.00 a.m.

The secret of perfect lips & anaesthesia in the PMU

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Olga Hendricks
PMU Artist & Master Trainer
OH Academy

11.30 a.m.

The PMU industry – market trends and current devices & modules

Jörn Kluge
Managing Director and Owner
MT.DERM GmbH

12.15 p.m.

Anti aging was yesterday! Why Well-Aging is not just a trend, but a cosmetic revolution.

Beauty has nothing to do with age. But all the more with care and self-care. Well-aging stands for skin health, because healthy and well-groomed skin is the key to an attractive appearance – regardless of age. In contrast to classic anti-aging, Well Aging strategies start at a young age to keep the skin beautiful for as long as possible. The aim is not to prevent ageing processes, but rather to maintain the skin's functions, strengthen and protect it.

In this lecture, you will learn more about the topic of Well Aging and why, from a cosmetic-scientific and sociological point of view, there are no longer any classic anti-aging strategies in 2023.

Image: Dr. Meike Streker; Copyright: Nicolas Döring

Copyright: Nicolas Döring

Dr. Meike Streker
Cosmetic scientist

12.45 p.m.

Sun protection 2023

Sun protection as the highest premise of Well-Aging. Innovative light protection strategies as effective prevention. Which UV filters protect effectively and are compatible with humans and the environment.

Hydrafacial

1.15 p.m.

The skin exposome – Which external factors lead to premature skin ageing?

The skin is constantly exposed to a wide variety of influences: environmental, behavioural and hormonal. The interaction of these external factors can negatively influence the skin and increase skin sensitivity. Prof. Dr. Krutmann explains valuable knowledge to positively influence your own skin ageing and that of your clients.

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Prof. Dr. Jean Krutmann
IUF – Leibniz Institute for Environmental Health Research

2.00 p.m.

Meet the Expert Talk – Questions and answers on skin ageing and sun protection

Experts will answer your questions about wellbeing, premature skin ageing and the right way to deal with the sun.

Image: Prof. Jean Krutmann & Dr. Meike Streker; Copyright: Prof. Jean Krutmann & Nicolas Döring

Copyright: Prof. Jean Krutmann & Nicolas Döring

Prof. Dr. Jean Krutmann
IUF – Leibniz Institute for Environmental Health Research

Dr. Meike Streker
Cosmetic scientist

2.30 p.m.

Antioxidants as a well ageing strategy

Antioxidants help the skin to stay healthy and smooth. Vitamin C in particular is a powerful antioxidant. But not all vitamin C is the same. How do you deliver the active form of vitamin C to the skin in a stable and consistent concentration? Learn more about our unique technology, the Advanced CryoSafe®️ Method. What is important to distinguish about resveratrol? We will get to the bottom of all these questions in this article.

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Copyright: Laura Bramstaedt

Laura Bramstaedt
International Training and SkinCare Education Manager
MedSkin Solutions Dr. Suwelack AG

3.00 p.m.

Well-aging by means of minimally invasive procedures. Trends in aesthetic dermatology

Healthy, well-maintained skin is the key to an attractive appearance. Modern aesthetic dermatology offers a range of treatment options and combinations of different procedures to achieve the best results for each individual.

Dr. Linda Kleine-Börger

Time

Topic

Speaker

10.45 a.m.

Skin quality as the ideal of beauty – cosmetics and nutricosmetics to optimise skin quality

A few years ago, wrinkle-free skin was considered absolutely desirable, but today we can admit to our wrinkles. Instead, a homogeneous skin appearance without lesions is considered the new ideal of beauty. In this lecture you will learn which parameters make up good skin quality, which cosmetic active ingredients optimise it and how nutricosmetics can supplement the skin care routine.

Image: Dr. Meike Streker; Copyright: Nicolas Döring

Copyright: Nicolas Döring

Dr. Meike Streker
Cosmetic scientist

11.15 a.m.

Evaluation der Hautqualität mittels moderner Messverfahren im Kosmetikinstitut

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Copyright: Courage + Khazaka electronic GmbH

Christiana Uhl
Courage + Khazaka

 

11.45 a.m.

Skin analysis in the beauty institute as an additional source of income

Antje Meyer 

12.15 p.m.

The PMU industry – market trends and current devices & modules

Jörn Kluge
Managing Director and Owner
MT.DERM GmbH

12.45 p.m.

Permanent Make-up – Colours & EU REACH Regulation

Dr. Cornelia Hildebrandt

1.15 p.m.

PMU & tattoo removal by laser

Dr. Dr. med. univ. Prof. Hans Bayer
Achromatique

1.45 p.m.

The secret of perfect lips & anaesthesia in the PMU

Image: Olga Hendricks; Copyright: Olga Hendricks

Copyright: Olga Hendricks

Olga Hendricks
PMU Artist & Master Trainer
OH Academy

2.15 p.m.

The supreme discipline in eyebrow PMU: Real Hairstrokes

Elena Nechaeva

 

2.55 p.m.

Device-based and analogue skin analysis

Every treatment begins with a skin analysis. Modern measuring methods can support you in this process. In the lecture by cosmetic scientist Kristina Bernhöft you will learn how best to proceed with the skin analysis.

Kristina Bernhöft
Cosmetic scientist

3.30 p.m.

Chemical peeling at the beauty salon – Do's and Don'ts

Chemical peeling is one of the most effective treatment options in the cosmetic institute to sustainably improve skin quality. In this lecture you will learn how important the interplay of active ingredients, pH value and concentrations is and how even avoidable problem skin appears like new after a chemical peel.

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Copyright: Nicolas Döring

Dr. Meike Streker
Cosmetic scientist

4.05 p.m.

Chemical Peeling – Live application of a fruit acid treatment

Even in ancient Egypt, keratolytic solutions were used for skin rejuvenation, and keratolytic facial treatments have become indispensable in many cosmetic studios.

We at Dr. Tadlea work with the well-tolerated glycolic acid in our Real Peel system.

We will show you how quickly a fruit acid treatment can be carried out when offered separately and inform you about the possible combinations.

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Copyright: Nancy Lankenau & Nicolas Döring

Nancy Lankenau
Sales and training management
Corrective cosmetics

Dr. Meike Streker
Cosmetic scientist

Time

Topic

Speaker

10.30 a.m.

The secret of perfect lips & anaesthesia in the PMU

Image: Olga Hendricks; Copyright: Olga Hendricks

Copyright: Olga Hendricks

Olga Hendricks
PMU Artist & Master Trainer
OH Academy

11.00 a.m.

The PMU industry – market trends and current devices & modules

Jörn Kluge
Managing Director and Owner
MT.DERM GmbH

11.45 a.m.

Skin and nutrition

Adaeze Wolf
Nutritionist, certified health & life coach and specialist consultant in intestinal health
naturally good

12.15 p.m.

Beauty from inside and out – with professional nutritional coaching for holistic treatment!

Beautiful, healthy skin and good nutrition are closely linked. We show how the two areas can be linked in a simple and high-quality way by integrating a suitable, turnkey nutrition concept. The results are higher customer satisfaction, improved positioning and a new business segment.

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Copyright: Dr. Christian Rimpler

Dr. Christian Rimpler
Management
RIMPLER COSMETICS

12.45 p.m.

Skin microbiome – importance for dermatology and care

In many skin diseases, the bacterial flora of the skin is disturbed. The microbiome therefore also represents a new starting point in cosmetics and in the treatment of skin diseases. In her article, Professor Dr. Michaela Axt-Gadermann reports on the latest findings on the skin microbiome and the influence of probiotic care on the skin.

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Copyright: Bildschön_Dietzel

Prof. Dr. med. Michaela Axt-Gadermann
Dermatologist, sports medicine and nutritional medicine

1.15 p.m.

Basic nutrition as a wellness secret

Jentschura International GmbH

1.45 p.m.

The gut microbiome and its importance for skin health

The gut microbiome not only influences our physical and mental health enormously. It also influences the skin condition in many ways. A microbiome analysis can provide information about whether everything is really going well in the intestine. More and more people are therefore having their intestinal flora tested, but the result must also be understood. In the lecture, the speaker explains how a microbiome analysis can be understood and correctly interpreted.

Image: Prof. Dr. med. Michaela Axt-Gadermann; Copyright: Bildschön_Dietzel

Copyright: Bildschön_Dietzel

Prof. Dr. med. Michaela Axt-Gadermann
Dermatologist, sports medicine and nutritional medicine

2.15 p.m.

Meet the Expert Talk – Questions and answers about skin health

Experts will answer your questions on the topic of "skin and intestine" as well as the influence of our diet on the appearance of our skin.

Image: Prof. Dr. med. Michaela Axt-Gadermann & Dr. Meike Streker; Copyright: Bildschön_Dietzel & Nicolas Döring

Copyright: Bildschön_Dietzel & Nicolas Döring

Prof. Dr. med. Michaela Axt-Gadermann
Dermatologist, sports medicine and nutritional medicine

Dr. Meike Streker
Cosmetic scientist

Adaeze Wolf
Nutritionist, certified health & life coach and specialist consultant in intestinal health
naturally good

2.45 p.m.

Strengthen the skin barrier

Jan Zwoferink
Pharmacist

3.15 p.m.

Skin barrier strengthening treatments from Webecos – live application

Back to the origin – cosmetics is a craft – and that means we work with our hands. We combine our craft with skin barrier-strengthening active ingredients to make our skin radiate. With our ampoule crash treatment, we supply the skin with the active ingredients that are tailored to it, such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins, ceramides and much more – in combination with our foaming oxygen mask, we bring our skin back into balance.

Image: Nancy Lankenau; Copyright: Nancy Lankenau

Copyright: Nancy Lankenau

Nancy Lankenau
Sales and training management
Corrective cosmetics