L’Oréal’s Spy Soiree Celebrates the Future of Beauty at AAD
By NewBeauty Editors |
The hottest ticket at the recent American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) conference in Washington D.C.? L’Oréal Active Cosmetics Division’s spy-themed bash at the International Spy Museum, where the world’s top dermatologists slipped on Bond-approved black sunglasses and sipped on 007 martinis, while perusing the something-for-every-patient lineup of skincare solutions from La Roche-Posay, SkinCeuticals, CeraVe and Dermablend.
“No matter what a patient needs—to address a specific issue like discoloration, to protect skin from future damage, or just to keep skin balanced—I can find exactly what she needs from the L’Oréal Actives lineup,” said one guest, who loved seeing “all of the doctor superstars in one place.” As one of those superstars, Kavita Mariwalla says, “The L’Oréal Spy Party was great to connect with old friends and colleagues,” and then added, riffing on the evening theme: “The event definitely left us shaken not stirred. My dear girl, there are some things that just are not done. Such as drinking Dom Pérignon ’53 above the temperature of 38 degrees Fahrenheit—or going to someone who isn’t a board-certified dermatologist.”
Each year, in
partnership with La Fondation La Roche-Posay, awards are granted to the most
promising research projects among young dermatologists across the world, an
initiative that reflects their global objective of enhancing patients’ quality
of life. The North American winner, Dr. Randie Kim, was awarded $10,000 to help
fund and encourage her dermatological research in clinical medicine, biology
President of Global Professional Marketing for CeraVeDr. Neal Bhatia and
Dr. Ted Lain, an exclusive SkinCeuticals Advanced Clinical Spa partner enjoy
the Saturday night festivities after a long day of meetings and scientific
sessions at the conference.