Joanna Igielska-KalwatUniversity of Education and Therapy, Poland
Title: Trends in the manufacture and design of sustainable cosmetics
Abstract: The aim of the articles was to disseminate trends emerging in the production of sustainable cosmetics. For thousands of years, people have been looking for new ways to improve their appearance. Wanting to take care of their beauty, women and men all over the world, in addition to using the best cosmetics and treatments, want to introduce a sustainable beauty routine to mitigate the negative impact of consumerism on the environment. One of the most noticeable trends is the development of pro-environmental solutions applied in everyday life, but also in industry. Manufacturers are emphasising the production of more environmentally friendly raw materials. Conscious consumers, they choose cosmetics whose production is based on sustainability.
Joanna Igielska-Kalwat completed doctoral studies at the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Adam Mickiewicza in Poland where she obtained the title of doctor of chemical sciences. A graduate of masters and engineering studies at the Faculty of Chemical Technology of the Poland University of Technology. A graduate of postgraduate studies in cosmetic and cosmeceutical chemistry at the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poland. Lecturer at the Medical University of Poznan and the University of Education and Therapy in Poland. She is responsible for testing the quality of cosmetic formulas. She participated in many national and foreign congresses in the field of cosmetic chemistry, as well as courses and specialist training, including in the field of "Analyst - diagnostics in the field of trichology. For many years he has been dealing with the practical applications of cosmetic chemistry in the Beauty industry. She is the author of articles in the field of cosmetic chemistry.