Between August 16 and 17 Synergie exhibited at the A5M, the Australasian Academy of Anti-Ageing Medicine Conference.


Held at The Sofitel in Melbourne, the A5M was a busy intersection and mingling ground for cosmetic and beauty professionals. Synergie, as a cosmeceutical brand, exhibited on the main floor. The brand’s business development managers were present at the stand, answering all questions and enquiries related to the brand’s new launches: Luciderm and Dermacalm. The brand’s main focus this year was sensitive skin – skin prone to redness, rosacea and exzema.

“Every year A5M is a huge success and this year was no exception. Our team had a fabulous time at the conference and learnt a great deal at workshops,” said Chantelle Nguyen, marketing and events coordinator.


Synergie’s involvement with the A5M reveals the brand’s vision for innovation and education. Synergie founder Terri Vinson presented a talk at the conference on the future of cosmeceuticals. The presentation focused on two breakthrough ingredients in the cosmeceutical arena Juve-11 and Phycosaccharide, outlining the way in which cosmeceutical brands can harness the best of nature and science to formulate elegant and effective cosmeceuticals.

“I was delighted to present at A5M as part of my commitment to education and sharing knowledge with my colleagues,” Terri said.

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