Episode 6: Kevin Young Cosmetic Consultant Interview


It’s the latest episode of the Chemists Corner podcast. Please have a listen and let us know what you think.

Chemists Corner podcast is about cosmetic science and is broadcast to help educate, entertain, and inspire current and future cosmetic scientists. Each episode we’ll talk about news in the cosmetic industry, answer some of your questions, and discuss a topic in-depth, usually with an industry expert interview.

In this episode…

1. News

2. Cosmetic Science
The 10 topics that were barely covered in college chemistry but are most important to cosmetic scientists

3. Interview
Kevin Young has been a Cosmetic Chemist for 35 years. He has formulated cosmetic products for several major cosmetic companies including Maybelline and Almay. He now owns his own Independent Laboratory and Consulting Service - KYLabs

You can contact Kevin through his website KYLabs.com where he is available for consulting on cosmetic formulation of skin care, hair care, make-up, EPA regulated FIFRA and OTC products

*If you would like to participate in the Yahoo! cosmetic science group discussions, please visit here - The Cosmetic Lab.
If you have a question, or have any topics you’d like us to cover, leave a comment below.

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