July 18, 2023 - Press release

Coty Showcases Latest Skincare Innovations at the 25th World Congress of Dermatology

Coty Showcases Latest Skincare Innovations at the 25th World Congress of Dermatology



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Coty Inc. (Coty), one of the world’s largest beauty companies with a portfolio of iconic brands across fragrance, color cosmetics, and skin and body care, spotlighted its latest skincare strategy and expertise at the 25th World Congress of Dermatology (WCD) that took place in Singapore from July 3 to 8, 2023.

Coty showcased a range of its latest skincare innovations at the conference and exchanged perspectives with some of the world’s leading medical experts on the future of scientific skincare. Orveda and Lancaster, two of Coty's flagship skincare brands, also made their appearances at this global quadrennial event.

As the world’s largest and most prestigious international academic conference on dermatology, the WCD has a history spanning more than 100 years since its inception in 1889. The 25th WCD was the first iteration of the conference to take place in the post-COVID era. The conference enables skincare experts and brands from across the globe to convene and showcase major dermatological achievements, cutting-edge technologies, as well as a variety of new solutions and products. Leveraging this opportunity, Coty shared its experience, extensive knowledge, and outlook on the industry with dermatologists, experts, scientists, and industry peers from all over the world.

This year marks Coty’s first time participating in the WCD, showcasing innovations and key progress achieved by Lancaster and Orveda, its two flagship skincare brands. Two blockbuster events, the Poster Exhibition and the Coty closed-door symposium, were held in conjunction with the congress. At the conference, Coty has presented eleven posters about the latest skincare researches, covering topics including skin repair solutions; skin microbiome; various vectorization technology systems for skin regeneration and treatment; oxygen delivery as a therapy for anti-aging and skin regeneration; molecular biological effects of psychological stress on the skin; and advanced sun protection strategies.

During the event, Coty also hosted a closed-door symposium on July 3, inviting top Dermatologists, Plastic surgeons, Clinical researchers to give presentations on major areas of research. The symposium also featured an update on Coty’s recent skincare research programs, as well as engaging discussions on innovations and cooperation opportunities in the area of scientific skincare, in turn providing a blueprint for the skincare industry in the new era.

Dr. Shimei Fan, Chief Scientific Officer at Coty, presided over the seminar, during which she emphasized: "As one of the world's largest beauty companies, Coty has been leading research in skincare for more than 75 years, including operating four research centers in Monaco, the United States, Brazil, and China respectively. Skincare is one of Coty's six strategic growth pillars, and we're proud to continue to grow and expand in the prestige skincare segment. Participating in this event is a significant milestone for the company as we continue to strengthen our commitment to accelerating skincare research, developing more differentiated skincare products, and safeguarding the skin health of consumers across the globe, in turn driving the development of the skincare industry."

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