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Beautycare Brazil brings 25 Brazilian companies to Dubai

Beautycare Brazil, a trade promotion programme for Brazilian companies supported by ABIHPEC (the Brazilian Association of Toiletries, Perfumes and Cosmetics) and Apex-Brazil (the Brazilian Agency for Export and Investment Promotion), will participate in the 21th edition of Beautyworld Middle East tradeshow, which will be held from 15 to 17 May in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

On this occasion the Brazilian Pavilion will feature 25 cosmetics companies, including: Agilise Cosméticos; Anna Haven; Beox; Bionat; Bio Natur Api; Brazilian Oils; Brazilian Secrets Hair; De Sírius; E-Cosmetics Salón; G Nano; Goz Cosméticos; Honma Tokyo; Ideal Cosméticos; Kaedo Cosméticos; Kostume Beauty Form Brazil; Macaúba Brasil; Nazca Cosméticos; NG de France; nuNAAT; Prolab Cosmetics; Realgem’s; Skafe; Sther Cosméticos; Sweet Hair e Tech Line.

"Being a country with continental dimensions, Brazilian companies develop products for various consumer profiles, which stimulates the creativity of the Brazilian cosmetics sector that offer a wide variety of products to the world markets to meet the most diverse demands," explains Gueisa Silverio, Beautycare Brazil manager.

In 2015, the Beautycare Brazil’s member companies exported more than US $ 5.3 million in the region, up to 19.1% compared to 2014.

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