Speaker Profile

Kit Wallen-Russell

Job TitleDirector

Company NamePavane Research Centre

About

Kit graduated from University College London (UCL) in 2015 with a Masters degree in Geophysics.

As a final year research project Kit investigated The friction of saline ice on aluminium, and he went on to become one of the leading experts on the topic both at UCL and probably the world. Late in 2015 he submitted a peer-reviewed scientific paper with the same name to be published in a prestigious industry journal.

As director of the Pavane Research Centre (the R&D arm behind all ground-breaking JooMo technology), Kit has subsequently gone on to publish another peer-reviewed paper that describes the first ever mechanism to determine whether skin is healthy or not.

The ground-breaking significance of this research is that for the first time it will now possible to determine whether everyday cosmetics really are the primary cause of the skin allergy epidemic that’s raging across western world.

In partnership with a Medical University in Austria, Kit is leading a follow-up study to determine the effects of everyday cosmetics on skin health. A full-time research student  will use a significant numbers of volunteers from within the University in the following phases of this long-term research.

Kit has also given an exclusive interview to international industry journal Cosmetics Design that introduces some of the key issues behind JooMo’s cutting-edge Skin Bacteria (MIRR)™ Technology.

Like his twin brother, Kit was also a top ranking tennis junior for his county and now an LTA qualified Tennis Coach. At UCL he was in the elite tennis squad in the BUCS league for four years, and was on the committee for two of them. Whilst also juggling course commitments and spearheading JooMo’s campaign in London, he was awarded a commendation and two colours from the UCL Union for services to sports.

 

Conference Sessions

  • 25 Oct 2017, 15:00 - 15:25, Grange Tower Bridge Hotel

    Is the delicate balance of the microbiome inevitably upset by the product's preservatives? How can formulators walk the tight rope between preserving products ...

    • Language: English
  • 25 Oct 2017, 17:15 - 17:45, Grange Tower Bridge Hotel

    The panel is drawn from speakers from Day 1 and other experts.  

    • Language: English

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