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Principles of Skin Measurement
Science & Claims 2024

September 11 + 12

Hybrid Event
In-Person at TRI Princeton in New Jersey +
🔴Live Stream & On Demand for Virtual Attendees
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Wednesday, September 11th + 12th, 8:45am Est.

Principles of Skin Measurement
Science & Claims 2024

A Two Day Online Course by TRI Princeton

The skin is the largest and fastest-growing organ in our bodies.  Its water barrier properties are vital for our very survival, and its overall condition and appearance are essential to our health and wellbeing.  It isn’t a surprise then that the skin care is the largest category in the cosmetics and personal care industry.  The Principles of Skin Measurement Science & Claims course at TRI is designed for anyone involved in the development of new skin care products.  The intensive two-day programme is designed for anyone who needs to build their knowledge rapidly in skin biology, the measurement techniques used in the development of new skin products, and best practice in claim substantiation and experimental design.

The Principles of Skin Measurement Science & Claims course is designed to support personal training plans and continued professional development.  All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the course.  All the course videos will be available to stream on-line for three months after the course, and slides for the presentations will also, where possible, be made available for further study.

Registration for the course on-line costs $250, and for the course in-person at TRI costs $325.  The in-person course includes, lunches, an evening social event and laboratory demos.  The in-person course is limited to 30 people and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Early-bird, group and TRI member company discounts are available.

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Registration

Registrations are currently open.

Please contact us if you encounter issues replaying the course or have questions about the course.

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