______________________________Ontario Chapter Officers ChairShahin Kalantari d'Avicenna Inc80 Cornerbrook drive,Toronto, ON. M3A 1H7Ph: (416) 567-6572Chair ElectSaina TaidiApollo Health and Beauty Care1 Apollo PlaceToronto, ON M3J 0H2Ph: (416) 758-3700 SecretaryAndrea BoylanAndicor Specialty Chemicals Corp.590 Abilene DriveMississauga, ON L5T 2T4Ph: (905) 795-0911Fax: (905) 795-0912TreasurerRobert Castillo Univar CanadaPh: (416) 740-5300Fax: (416) 740-2227Directors Area IIBart MaxonPh: 989-496-3035Fax: 989-496-5508Christopher Heisig, Ph.D.STERIS CorporationPh: (314) 290-4747Past ChairDorothy MaraprossiansUnipex Solutions Canada Inc235 Advance BlvdBrampton, ON L6T 4J2Ph: (905) 453-7131Fax: (905) 453-0199
SCC Ontario Survey The SCC Ontario board is happy to present the our survey! As a member of the SCC Ontario chapter or someone who is interested in our chapter and attends the occasional meeting and/or function we are looking for your feedback. Please take a moment to complete our brief survey and let us know what you like, and don't like as well as how we may improve on what we are doing. Our objective as a society is the advancement of cosmetic science, which of course we all have a vested interest in! So why not do it in a way that educates as well as entertains! Click Here to participate in the survey !
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Presenters Welcome !The SCC Ontario Chapter Board is currently accepting submissions for presentations ! Interested parties can submit a presentation abstract and a biography. Your talk may be accepted for either a Chapter Meeting or Education Day. Please send all enquiries to Andy Halasz (speaker coordinator). Email Here !
Seneca Collegeis developing a full time, one year, day time post graduate certificate in Cosmetic Science. We are currently seeking industry experts in the areas of raw materials, formulation and cosmetic regulations to develop curriculum and/or provide instruction. Ideal candidates will have excellent English skills and current expertise in the cosmetic industry. If you are interested, please forward your resume and contact information here :
Attention SCC Members: College, as part of its Cosmetic Science Graduate Certificate Program is urgently seeking opportunities for its students to find a place for the Co-op portion of its program. If you are interested in helping to shape future cosmetic science employees through offering a practical experience component in your organization, please contact them through the information below:Cosmetic Science Graduate Certificate ProgramThe Cosmetic Science (CO-OP) Program will provide students with knowledge and insight into product formulation and cosmetic production. The lab based program emphasizes formulation chemistry concepts and strategies from raw materials to finished products. The product development process, global regulations/challenges, sales and marketing, biological systems and claims substantiation as well as sensory evaluation are key topics within the program.The Cosmetic Science (CO-OP) Program is a three semester program consisting of two two semesters of courses with a co-operative education work term of four months in between the two semesters. Students of this program are required to have a degree or an advanced diploma in sciences and they will be available for co-op work terms from September to December 2016. Employers looking to hire students from the Cosmetic Science Program are encouraged to send their job postings now.More about Co-operative Education at Seneca:HOW DOES CO-OP WORK?Co-operative Education works as a three-way educational partnership with Seneca, the student, and you, the employer. Our goals are to provide skilled, enthusiastic and productive employees to meet an organization’s specific employment needs, and to give our students the opportunity to integrate academic learning with paid practical work experience. We have more than 50 co-op programs in 9 industry areas, such as HR, IT, Business, Accounting and Marketing. Further details about Seneca Co-op programs, please visit: http://www.senecac.on.ca/employers/coop/HOW DOES CO-OP BENEFIT YOU? • Tax Credit: Your organization may be eligible for the Ontario Co-operative Education Tax Credit worth up to $3,000 per student for each paid work term. Details can be found at:http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/credit/cetc/• Fulfill short-term hiring needs: Co-op is a cost-effective solution for employers to get quality skills for today’s marketplace.• Evaluate potential employees: Co-op is any excellent way to screen potential employees for succession planning.• Obtain fresh and innovative ideas: By hiring students on a regular basis, you can take advantage of the continuous supply of new and creative approaches to your business.• Enhance your corporate profile: Co-op students help to enhance your corporate profile in the community.HOW DO I HIRE A CO-OP STUDENT?Step 1: Prepare a brief job description and email to Margie Casallas (Business Developer): We will post your position on our secure on-line posting system. Please find attached the job posting form.Step 2: Receive applications: When the posting period is complete we will forward the appropriate applications to you.Step 3: Interview: We will set up the interview process for you once you are ready to interview.Step 4: Select your candidate: Inform us once you have selected your co-op student(s).KEY CONTACTZahra HirjiCo-operative Education Co-ordinator416.491.5050 ext. 33218Zahra.Hirji@senecacollege.ca
The 10 DifferentTypes of CosmeticFormulas YouMust Knowby PERRY ROMANOWSKIWhile there areliterally thousandsof different typesof cosmetic products,there are actuallyonly 10 differenttypes of cosmeticformulas. Here is abrief overview ofthose types includingwhat they are, howthey’re made andwhen you mightuse them.As a formulatingchemist, you shouldmake it a point to learnto make each type(even if your companycurrently doesn’t makethese particularproducts). 10 CosmeticProduct FormsThe basic categories forcosmetic formulasinclude:1. Solutions2. Creams / Emulsions3. Lotions4. Ointments / Pastes5. Suspensions6. Tablets7. Powders8. Gels9. Sticks10. Aerosols