A master of physico-chemistry in 1997, a master chemistry and organization of condensed matter in 1999, a Master’s Degree in chemical Engineering in 1999 and a doctorate of Science in 2002, Dr. Véronique Guyot-Ferréol has successively held the position of researcher for Rhone-Poulenc in order to develop new aqueous dispersions as anti-foaming, then for Elf Atochem in order to optimize polymer emulsions used in the hydrophobic and oleophobic textile treatments and those used in the water treatments, and for DSM in order to find a new process for the purification of food enzymes before joining the research center of LVMH Parfums & Cosmétiques in Saint-Jean de Braye as manager of research projects until 2008.
At LVMH Parfums & Cosmétiques research center, Dr.Véronique Guyot-Ferréol was the coordinator of over 60 research projects in several fields: synthetic and natural polymers, materials and nanomaterials, hybrid compounds, … in order to develop new cosmetic products of skin care, make-up and sun products with new properties characterized by rheology, optical and electronical microscopy, thermal analysis, …
Between 2008 and 2016, Dr. Véronique Guyot-Ferréol joined L’Oréal in the Product Performance Evaluation Department where she took in charge the laboratory of claims and subcontracting especially for Hair Field.
Since 2016, Dr. Véronique Guyot-Ferréol joins Sensient Cosmetic Technologies as Senior R&D Manager in charge of the Laboratory of Ingredients Research and the Laboratory of Cosmetic Applications for Europe on the site of Saint Ouen l’Aumône, global Excellence Center for Make-up.
Dr. Véronique Guyot-Ferréol is the author of over 30 publications in peer-reviewed international journals, of 2 web pages about characterization methods: electrophoresis and particle size measurements, and of a chapter about bio-nanosystems in the GENNESYS white paper: Nanomaterials science and nanotechnology.
She has also filled 10 patents.