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ABIHPEC Beleza Brasil Awards offer free registration until July 6

Registrations for the 2015 ABIHPEC Beleza Brasil Awards are now open and free of charge until July 6. In its third year, the awards organized by the Brazilian Association of the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Industry (ABIHPEC) acknowledge good business practices and products that stood out in the Brazilian cosmetics scene.

The Boticário Group won four awards in the 2014 edition

The Boticário Group won four awards in the 2014 edition

The ABIHPEC Beleza Brasil Awards aims to strengthen the Brazilian CT&F industry as well as encourage practices that promote consumers’ health, wellbeing and quality of life,” says Joao Carlos Basilio, president of ABIHPEC. “The event has the support of important players in the supply chain, which further reinforces the integrity and reliability of the awards to the community."

This year’s event will feature 16 subcategories divided into three main categories: Companies, Products and The Perfumer. Winners will be selected by a multidisciplinary panel of domestic and international representatives, including members of the academia, journalists, experts and other professionals within the beauty industry.

Winners of the ABIHPEC Beleza Brasil Awards in 2014

Winners of the ABIHPEC Beleza Brasil Awards in 2014

In 2014, the Boticario Group was named Company of the Year and won awards for makeup (Make B. Barroco Tropical), best women’s fragrance (Lady Lily Eau Parfum) and best men’s fragrance (Malbec Absoluto). Natura was the winner in two categories: Sustainability and Export. Companies like Johnson & Johnson, L’Oréal Brasil, Phisalia and Valmari were also awarded in different product categories. Capuani’s Roland A.J. Theil was selected in The Perfumer category for its fragrance Make Me Forever Gold.

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