Episode 27: Steve Herman - Cosmetic Science

Interview begins at 5:55

Interview - Steve Herman

Steve Herman is the Principal at PJS Partners where he consults on technical, formulating, regulatory and marketing for the cosmetic & personal care industry. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Fairleigh Dickinson University Cosmetic Science program and is the 2012 Chair Elect for the NYSCC. He’s a returning guest on Chemists Corner.

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