Skincare company AlumierMD is holding a peptide symposium on May 21, which will be hosted by biochemist and chemical engineer Dr Karl Lintner.
At the symposium, practitioners will learn about skincare ingredients, peptides and how to select the right patient for peptides. Dr Lintner will also reveal his thoughts on the future of skincare and the biology of wellbeing.
According to AlumierMD, Dr Lintner is a highly significant figure within the cosmeceutical industry, having introduced the peptide concept to cosmetic applications, including the well-known Matrixyl.
He has invented several dozen patents, published numerous papers on cosmetic ingredients and won awards in the development of active cosmetic ingredients.
AlumierMD marketing and events manager, Samantha Summerfield, said, “In this symposium hosted by AlumierMD, Dr Lintner will provide deep insight into his work on peptides, dispelling marketing myths and providing the scientific truth about the importance of peptides in skincare. He will reveal unique material on his studies that helped inform the industry’s understanding of the delivery of peptides, as well as providing advice on how to select the relevant peptides based on the desired results.”
The event will take place at The Royal Society of Medicine in London and tickets are currently on sale via eventbright. Find out more here.