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Personal Care Silicones in Personal Care

USA (ADRIAN, ALLENTOWN, DALTON)
Instructor-led training | Customers & Distributors

Description

This course will show you how to improve your beauty products with BELSIL® silicones.

Requirements

Basic knowledge of chemistry

Topics

  • The basics of silicone
  • Choosing the right silicone product
  • Products for personal care

Seminar objectives

Beauty knows no boundaries with BELSIL® silicone products for personal care. Let us show you how silicone can help improve shine, give you a luxurious feel or make a product's effects last longer.

Target audience

Chemists, technical and marketing managers involved in personal care projects

Training location

Adrien

Seminar language

English

Fee (includes value-added tax)

0.00 EUR

Number of participants

5 - 8

Trainer

Sienna Gerdeman

Sienna is a Chemist for the Personal Care market segment. She is responsible for formulating personal care prototypes as well as application testing and providing technical support to customers in North America. Sienna holds a BSPS in Cosmetic Science and Formulation Designs with a Minor in Chemistry and Business Administration from the University of Toledo.

Chelsea Grimm

Starting at WACKER in 2015 after working at Ashland Chemical for seven years, Chelsea is currently a Chemist in the Personal Care market segment. She provides technical support to customers, production and Sales Managers, formulates products and prototypes for the personal care industry and does application testing for hair, skin and color cosmetics. Chelsea attended Marshall University in West Virginia where she received a BS in Chemistry.

Armelle Henley

Steve Patton

Steve is the Technical Manager responsible for supporting Personal Care customers in the NCA region. He started with WACKER in 2005, and has previously held the roles of Chemist in the Home Care market segment, Process Chemist for silicone fluids and emulsions, and Production Supervisor for silicone rubber. Steve holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University.