Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 4th International Conference and Expo on Cosmetology & Trichology Philadelphia, USA.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Liz Bardelas

Bea Professional Brands, LLC., USA

Keynote: Best practice strategies: Turning your ideas into global business

Time : 09:35-10:00

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Liz Bardelas is Co-Founder and CEO of Bea Skincare and Cosmetics, a premium-brand New York-based family-owned company specializing in vitamin-based, anti-aging, pure-botanical skincare and cosmetics for normal to sensitive skins; founder of B2B Global Healthcare Group, a health care consulting and project management company; managing partner of California Vein and Vascular, a vascular surgery practice; and CEO of Pricepharmer, a pharmaceutical and drug store app that puts drugstores in front of consumers at the exact time they are looking for information about their prescription. She attended De La Salle University, Columbia University and Pepperdine University.


How do you launch a blockbuster product? How do you become the company that will put you out of business? Companies pride themselves on giving their customers what they ask for. Selling what the shopper wants guarantee success: smarter phones, smarter cars, gluten-free products, e-cigarettes, bigger iPhones and smaller iPads. What is your most valuable resource? Time! How do you increase productivity and make more money with the time you have? In retail, it has been predicted that productivity will increase by one-third in developed economies and double in emerging economies between 2012 and 2025. Therefore, selecting the richest opportunities from a very long list of possibilities is critical. In this talk, Liz Bardelas, Founder and CEO of Bea Skincare and Cosmetics, will share how a home-grown American retailer of branded skincare and cosmetics have identified with a wide range of shoppers. In just two years since its inception, Bea products are sold at prestigious plastic surgery and dermatology offices in the US; online on; IPO-giant Alibaba’s Chinese e-commerce site and its US e-commerce site,; and this year, Bea will launch on Japan’s largest e-commerce platform. Successful entrepreneurs share their stories of how they launched and grew a company. This talk will discuss Bea’s strategy to globalization, the role of innovation in leadership and business, and the 3-pronged approach that Bea Skincare and Cosmetics used to engage multiple sales channels, how they work on breaking down language and cultural barriers, and how inexpensive customer input equals costly predictive analytics.

Keynote Forum

Hilton Becker

Hilton Becker M.D-Clinic of Plastic Surgery

Keynote: Minimizing scars in breast lift surgery

Time : 10:00-10:25

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Hilton Becker has been in plastic surgery practice since 1981 and is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He received his medical degree from the University of Witwatersand, Johannesburg, South Africa, and completed his plastic surgery residency at the Medical College of Virginia. He specializes in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery of the breasts, facial rejuvenation, and liposuction. He has developed several medical patents, including the Becker Adjustable Breast Implant and the Becker Dissector Liposuction Cannula and a complete line of natural skin care products, always keeping the patient’s best interest in mind. He is the recipient of many awards, most notably named one of Good Housekeeping’s top Breast Cancer Reconstructive Surgeons in 1989. He remains dedicated to his cancer patients around the world. His philosophy is to exceed his patients’ needs and expectations and ensure they always receive the highest standard of care.


Breast lifts have traditionally been performed through an anchor incision, i.e. a scar around the areola, a vertical scar from the areola to the base of the breast, and an incision along the base of the breast. Recent improvements include the vertical scar technique and the circum-areolar technique leaving a scar around the areola only. A new technique will be presented where tightening is done under the areola, and an absorbable mesh (internal bra) is used to support the breast.

Keynote Forum

Alain Tenenbaum

Swiss Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine, Switzerland

Keynote: Complications of dermal fillers and endoprosthesis

Time : 10:40-11:05

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Alain Tenenbaum, is the President of Swiss Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine (SACDAM) and President of International Peeling Society(ISPC). He is a specialist in ENT (Oto Rhino Laryngology) and Facial, Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgery. Also, he is an inventor of Endopeel and many other peelings like Peeling de Luxe. He is a Silver medalist faculty of University of Paris, France and an International expert of Complications of Fillers and Endoprosthesis. He is known as a worldwide trainer of Aesthetic Medicine and Cosmetic Dermatology. He is an expert in SEO- Search Engines Optimization, for Aesthetic Medicine, Anti-Aging Medicine, Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He is an active member of European Society for Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology (ESCAD), European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS), and FMH.


Most of Plastic Surgeons, Dermatologists believe permanent fillers are dangerous and resorbable fillers are not dangerous. In fact, all kind of fillers give the same complications like granulomas, nodules, necrosis, migrations, infections, persistent oedema and so on. The most frequent complication encountered after lipofilling is Granulomas. Every patient who undergoes endoprosthesis should ultrasonography of 20 mHz and not 7.5 mHz, for the following reasons:

  • Which seems to be a capsula post filler or endoprosthesis on 7.5 mHz is in fact a convergence of refringerent structures which may be fibroblasts and not a real capsula. That explains migrations.
  • On 20 mHz the diagnosis is re-established
  • Also on 20 mHz before granulomas manifest themselves clinically, they can be detected and through the aspect of the granuloma in ultrasonography, it is now possible to know which filler or endoprosthesis is involved.
  • To demonstrate granulomas resulting from silicon injection are stable and less dangerous than granulomas resulting from polylactic acid. This proves silicon (permanent filler) is less dangerous in case of granuloma complication than polylactic acid (resorbable filler)
  • Also the most dangerous granulomas which are unstable and destroy the whole dermis are those resulting from mixed biphasic fillers, combining a metacrylat (permanent) with collagen (resorbable) or hyaluronic acid (resorbable). Such granulomas can never be stopped even if treated by corticotherapy or 5 fluoro uracil.

  • Further studies to treat such granulomas, combining IPL, in-situ didn’t yield good results. While mixed biphasic fillers are presented commercially as Long lasting fillers. Acrylates are considered less dangerous if they are:
  • Not hydrogel
  • Having no Monomers
  • metallic ions are absent
  • Gamma sterilized.

  • But all acrylates (fillers as endoprosthesis) should be taken off of the market, as most patients have already get a filler (hyaluronic acid, which is the most performed one) and the association acrylat – presence of hyaluronic acid lead almost systematically to complications (even if on the mouse, acrylats like described above never led to complications because laboratory animals never changed of doctors and never get any hyaluronic acid or else during the acrylat experimentation)

    The factors which lead mostly to granulomas are parodontosis, facelift, mesotherapy, acupuncture, Botulinum toxin. It usually occurs 6 Months before and after the filler or endoprosthesis procedure. Mixing fillers in same areas lead to the highest percentage of granulomas.

    Also the best and easiest differences between true and real endoprosthesis and fillers are the MRI with T1 and T2. For example in case of rhinoplasty, the MRI shows the fillers like spots and the true endoprosthesis like blocks. On T1 and T2 the capsula looks same for an endoprosthesis as prosthesis like silicon but the difference between the silicon prosthesis and endoprosthesis is the color inside the block. For silicone, it is black as the prosthesis does not contain any water and for the endoprosthesis the color is white proving that it contains water. Hydrophile does not mean hydrogel. Also hyaluronic acid fillers lead to 7.5% allergies in the population which lead to Granulomas anyway. Nodules have to be distinguished from granulomas, as their treatment is only surgical with mostly satisfactory results. Their causes are mostly due to wrong techniques.

    Keynote Forum

    Angelo Rebelo

    Clinica Milenio, Portugal

    Keynote: Calf augmentation with implants local anesthesia

    Time : 11:05-11:30

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    Angelo Rebelo has concluded his medicine studies in the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lisbon, Portugal in 1980 and he became a specialized in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery in 1990. Since 1997 he opened his own outpatient private clinic for aesthetic-plastic surgery in Lisbon, Portugal, in the last 18 years, he’s in exclusivity at Clinica Milénio in Lisbon - Portugal, as Clinic Director and Cosmetic Surgeon. He is precursor in several techniques of Cosmetic Surgery performed under Local Tumescent Anaesthesia and outpatient. Internationally, he has been invited to teach and perform several surgical demonstrations in many countries. He is frequently sought out by the medias as an authority in his field. His surgical techniques and advancements have been the subjects of interviews in Portuguese and international media, he’s also author of numerous videos, lectures and articles presented at congresses and scientific journals. He is also an active member of several Professional Societies and Associations through the world.


    Is a very popular procedure, which will create cosmetic fullness in the lower leg and can help those men and women who, even after extensive muscular development, can’t achieve the calf muscle toning which they desire. Many men and women feel dissatisfied with the shape and size of their calf muscles. Despite exercise, diet and training, sometimes it is difficult to achieve the calf muscle tone desired. Calf implants are also suitable for lower leg sculpting and to correct any muscle imbalance, so you can enjoy shapely, firm calf muscles that add to the definition of your overall leg shape. The goal is to create cosmetic fullness in the lower leg, enhance the legs. The surgery is performed upon a patient under local tumescent anesthesia with sedation as an outpatient. The anesthetic formulas are:

    Oral sedation

    (30 – 60 min before “PER-OS”)
  • Lisina clonixinato - 250 mg
  • Hydroxizine - 50 mg
  • IV Sedation (By Anesthesiologist)

  • MidazolaN 15 mg/ml
  • Fentanil 0,05/ml
  • Propofol 1%
  • Anesthesic Solution

  • Saline Serum - 15 CC
  • + Lidocaine 2% with adrenaline - 5 CC

  • The operating time varies between 30 to 60 minutes. The draw is made with the patient in a stand up position. The anesthesia is done within the incision line with Lidocaine 2% with adrenaline and the solution in the proximal operative area. The 3-4 cm popliteal incision is made and the sub-fascia undermining with specific forceps. It’s a blind and clean undermining. With a specific forceps the implant is placed underneath the leg fascia in the pocket previously made for and over the medial and lateral bellies of the gastrocnemius muscle. Calf implants are cohesive gel and don’t leak. The desired shape and size used depends on your existing form, goals, and physical limitations. Obviously, only implants that can safely fit in your legs can be used. The trend is to use longer calf implants that continue from 2 inches below the knee to 3-4 inches above the ankles.

    Postoperative Care

    Use for about 3 weeks comfortable shoes that have heels. Men usually wear boots with higher heels. Heels reduce the stretch on the calf muscles during recovery. No dress. Panties 70 DIN 3 weeks. Antibiotic IV intra op and oral one week. Analgesic S.O.S.

    Postoperative Care

    Ambulatory, less or no bleeding, better recovery, less expensive and long term results.