Individual Member Criteria

individual-member-symbolIndividual Members Criteria

In order to meet the criteria of individual membership, applicants must demonstrate commitment to the Corneotherapy modality core values and culture. This is established by the applicant; 

• Receiving or creating Corneotherapy centric education
• Providing Corneotherapy related treatments
• Creation/Distribution/Sales of authentic Corneotherapeutic products 
• Undertaking research or study in the field of skin physiology or cosmetic chemistry of benefit to Corneotherapy


Upon application, please add as much information to the application form that demonstrates the above, including URL of relevant web pages and adding files via the "other documents" section on the registration form as appropriate.

If you are new to Corneotherapy and want to join the I.A.C. to learn more, we have an educational program you can undertake that on sucessful completion will satisfy the criteria of individual membership. Details are here.

 

General Information

 

International Association for Applied Corneotherapy

The International Association for Applied Corneotherapy (I.A.C.) is a registered, non-profit association with primary purposes and objectives of the advancement of scientific research and practical applications in the realm of Corneotherapy and related sciences.

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Executive Team

Executive Board:
Dr. Elena Hernandez, Ph.D. - Russia
Dr. Hans Lautenschlager, Ph.D. - Germany

Secretary:
Margaret Walsh - New Zealand

Scientific Advisory Board:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lars Norlén.
Department of Dermatology, University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden.

Dr Ghita Lanzendoerfer-Yu, PhD.
Inorganic Chemistry. Independant consultant and writer- Germany

Education Commission:
Florence Barrett-Hill (NZ)
Rene Serbon (CAN)
Alexandra J. Zani (US)
Simone Vescio (AU)
Bev Greenwood (AU)
Nataliia Gumenna (UKR)
Igal Kariv (Spain)
Dr Ghita Lanzendoerfer-Yu (GER)

Language Translation Disclaimer

The Corneotherapy website uses a language translation service. The IAC has made reasonable efforts in order to provide accurate translations, however it is a software translation and as such will not have the accuracy of a manually translated site.

If any questions arise concerning the accuracy of the information presented by the translated version of the website, please refer to the official English version of the website.

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