Mary Kay, one of the world’s most innovative skincare companies, announces its partnership with the International Master Course on Aging Science (IMCAS). From January 30 – February 1, IMCAS will hold its annual 22nd World Congress in Paris, France, where prominent international experts in dermatology, plastic surgery and aging science will showcase and learn some of the latest research innovations with the goal of improving practice standards.
With over 12,000 attendees expected to attend this year, 345 scientific sessions and 800 internationally renowned specialists presenting, the IMCAS 22nd World Congress offers a unique experience, with an exhaustive list of courses and sessions throughout the conference, designed to enrich one’s professional knowledge and skillset.
“We are excited to continue partnering with the scientific community worldwide and are committed to sharing our innovative research with professionals in skin science and aging,” said Dr. Lucy Gildea, Chief Scientific Officer at Mary Kay Inc. “We are proud to have been invited to participate at IMCAS, a prestigious organization dedicated to the highest quality training about plastic surgery and dermatology.”
Dr. Michelle Hines, Director of Product Formulation at Mary Kay, has been invited to be one of the speakers at an IMCAS Academy event along with other renowned specialists, on the subject of Office vs. at Home Chemical Peels.
IMCAS was established in 1994 in Paris, France, as a congress dedicated to plastic surgeons and dermatologists. Since its inception, IMCAS has sought to bridge the knowledge gap between Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Dermatology, thereby generating synergies and helping bridge together these two fields. Its mission is to enable aesthetic practitioners to access quality scientific content on demand. IMCAS recently launched their e-learning platform, IMCAS Academy, which offers its subscribers instant access to instructional videos, scientific papers, expert interviews and more.