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ABIHPEC-Beleza Brazil Award 2015: The winners.

The 15 winners of third edition of the ABIHPEC-Beleza Brazil Award were announced on October 5, 2015, in the Sala São Paulo.

During the awards ceremony, ABIHPEC honoured executive Josineire Melo Costa Sallum, for the years she devoted to the regulation of cosmetic products within the Anvisa.

And the winners are:

COMPANIES

- Company of the Year: Natura
- Entrepreneurship: Feito Brasil
- Sustainability: Kimberly-Clark

PRODUCTS

- Skin Care - Body: Natura
- Skin Care - Face: Avon
- Hair Care and Treatment: Cless
- Deodorant: Nivea
- Makeup: O Boticário
- Perfume - Women: O Boticário
- Perfume - Men: O Boticário
- Products for children: Kimberly-Clark
- Men’s products: Biotropic
- Sunscreen: L’Oréal Brazil
- Hair Transformation: Mix Use Profissional

PERFUMER

- Jerome Epinette (Robertet), for the creation of: Empire (Hinode)

According to ABIHPEC President, João Carlos Basilio, the awards have gained a large recognition and credibility among the personal care industry in Brazil. "From the first edition to the third, we recorded an increase of over 120% in the number of participating companies. The competition intensifies every year and everyone wants to be among the finalists," he said.

According to João Carlos Basilio, the ABIHPEC-Beleza Brasil Award encourages the continuous improvement of the sector’s innovation capacity, to manufacture more efficient personal care products for improving the life of Brazilian consumers.

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