P&G Beauty Science
Specialties: Assessment of Skin Aging,
Measurement of Skin Properties,
Psychological Aspects of Assessing Appearance,
Age and Beauty
Joe Kaczvinsky, PhD
Dr. Joe Kaczvinsky is a Principal Scientist at P&G Beauty in the Clinical Research organization. He currently serves as the lead clinical scientist for skin care, focusing primarily on in vivo evaluations of anti-aging products. Previously, he has provided analytical and chemistry support for a wide variety of skin and hair care technology programs and has been the technical leader for technology development projects in hair growth, dandruff relief and skin moisturization.
Dr. Kaczvinsky is currently an adjunct member of the American Academy of Dermatology and a 25-year member of the American Chemical Society, where he has served as Local Section Chair. Additionally, he is a past member of The Society for Investigative Dermatology. His work has resulted in five patents, numerous presentations at scientific meetings, and publications in peer-reviewed journals, including Analytical Chemistry, Journal of Investigative Dermatology, and British Journal of Dermatology. Dr. Kaczvinsky has also had significant experience preparing and presenting scientific evidence to support the integrity of various hair and skin care technologies before regulatory agencies such as the U. S. Food and Drug Administration.
Dr. Kaczvinsky completed his undergraduate studies at Providence College and received a doctorate degree in Analytical Chemistry from Iowa State University. After receiving his Ph.D., he joined P&G in research and development where he has served in various capacities for 26 years, the last 23 in beauty related businesses.