“The culture of beauty is a common universal language that we all speak and the beauty business can unite us nationally on a cultural and socially economic front.” – Melani Chong. We all use personal care products. We all have a beauty culture secret that we can share with one another. We, at the Canadian Cosmetic Cluster will focus on SME business development, international trade and leveraging Canadian resources in the raw material to finished product ranges.
In the personal care industry, epigenetic science refers to the use of specific active ingredients that are able to modify cellular activity for visible skin benefits - the phenomena named "de-aging". For example, some beneficial cellular modifications specific to materials used in cosmeceutical personal care products may include: cell proliferation stimulated to improve tissue regeneration, regeneration of skin cells in-spite of their age – enabling older skin cells to mimic the activity of younger skin cells, which results in a more youthful appearance, and/or stimulating skin renewal and turnover.
MC2Beauty serums provide visible results - and rapidly.
Melani Chong & her company MC2Beauty have been committed to supporting and mentoring young women across Canadian through youth several programs. Melani will be a judge at the Miss World Canada 2018 on July 27th and is looking forward to mentoring a few of these driven young ladies as they are entering their new phase of public attention and service. Melani has been a proud supporter of the daily work afforded by the Massey Centre for Women in Toronto and the young women who seek to further their education despite adverse circumstances through the Massey Centre for Women. (www.massey.ca)