Upcoming Appearance in Akron

I just wanted to let everyone know that I’ll be giving a talk at the next Lake Erie Chapter SCC so if you happen to be in the area, be sure to stop by.  Here are the details.

The Lake Erie Chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists Presents:

Perry Romanowski

“Skepticism and the Cosmetic Chemist - How to Distill Beauty Science from Beauty Bogus”

While people have always held odd beliefs about cosmetics, treatment products, and beauty, the Information Age has made the propagation of erroneous beliefs much easier. Clever marketing messages, misremembered headlines and anecdotal stories shared on discussion boards have all contributed to the rise of a less critical consumer. Unfortunately, this lack of skepticism can also affect cosmetic scientists. In this presentation we’ll review some common beauty knowledge and determine whether it is science or nonsense. We’ll also talk about some logical tools you can use to protect yourself from falling for Beauty BS.

Cafe Bricco (The Chestnut Room)
3150 W Market St (Doubletree Hotel across from Summit Mall)
Fairlawn, OH 44333

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013
Reception starts at 5:00 pm
Dinner begins at 5:30 pm
Dinner will include: Salad, Entree of choice and a Dessert Platter

Entree Selection:
· Fettuccine with sautéed shrimp, roasted tomatoes, caramelized onions and asiago cream sauce
· Pan-seared chicken breast glazed in cajun honey over creamy parmesan risotto topped with sautéed peppers and onions
· Rotini tossed with spinach, kalamata olives, pine nuts, feta, roasted tomatoes and extra virgin olive oil

RSVP Info: Cost for members is $40 and non-members $50, pay by cash or check at the event. Please RSVP with your entree choice to Steve Smith at lakeeriescc@gmail.com by Friday, March 8th.

Please note that if you RSVP, you will be charged for the meeting cost.

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