As such, CosmeTech China 2017 summit, held on November 23-24 in Shanghai by BMAP, will provide you with valuable knowledge on product differentiation and quality upgrading. It will be focusing on advanced-yet-practical scientific research and technology for cosmetics, ranging from advanced R&D, basic formulating techniques to regulation & testing, by bringing together well-known industrial experts from both domestic and overseas to share their insights.
As the world's second largest cosmetics market, Chinese beauty market still faces numerous challenges. Many companies, especially the local ones, are putting more efforts on marketing than scientific research and technological development, resulting in products with varying quality and similar positioning. With increasingly stringent laws and regulations, as well as ever more demanding consumers, it is time to take full account of key aspects to upgrade and differentiate a product: safety, stability, aesthetics and effectiveness. This of course puts even greater pressure on the R & D and QC sides of cosmetic manufacturers.