Natural and bioinspired phenolic compounds as skin depigmenting agents: Recent Advances

Lucia-Panzella Malta Polyphenols 2019

The Organizing Committee of Malta Polyphenols 2019 Conference is honored to announce the participation of Dr. Lucia Panzella from University of Naples "Federico II", Italy.

Dr. Panzella will talk about "Natural and bioinspired phenolic compounds as skin depigmenting agents: Recent Advances" during the special session dedicated to Polyphenols and Skin.

Dr. Panzella highlights: "Several skin pigmentary disorders are associated with the overproduction of melanin as the result of an abnormal function of melanocytes. One of the most common approach for control of pigmentation involves the inhibition of tyrosinase, a copper-containing enzyme which catalyzes the key steps of melanogenesis. The talk will focus on the tyrosinase inhibition properties of a series of natural and bioinspired phenolic compounds for the development of novel depigmenting agents."

During this special session, Malta Polyphenols 2019 Speakers will highlight the strategic roles of polyphenols and phenolics compounds as antioxidants (anti-UV) and anti-inflammatory agents. We also will discuss the polyphenols formulation and skin pigmentation. We will dedicate time to all innovations related to polyphenols uses in skin care and skin ageing.

 

You can submit your Abstract and innovation before July 15, 2019.

 

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