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Cosmogen to showcase its innovations at MakeUp in SaoPaulo

Cosmogen will be unveiling its very new packaging, brushes & accessories, be the first to see its debut...

Come and visit us at the MakeUp in SaoPaulo (7-8 December 2016) at booth #07 and see our new innovation and our large range of very designed applicators.

Cosmogen continues to innovate with new materials, new shapes and will unveil patented full set of silicone applicators. Silicone is the promise of a full make up and skincare experience with many benefits.

A lot of optimization in application and massage functions.
- Hygienic
- Soft touch
- Dual action
- Ergonomic Design
- New gesture
- New shape

Cosmogen creates value for our customers.

DISCOVER OUR INNOVATIONS

Please contact your local correspondant for more information and private presentation 

COSMOGEN South America: Flavio Unikowsky - funikowsky@cosmogen.fr 
COSMOGEN France : cosmogen@cosmogen.fr 
COSMOGEN Europe & Middle East: Cédric Babron - cbabron@cosmogen.fr 
COSMOGEN inc North America: Marianna Cilauro - mcilauro@cosmogen.fr 
COSMOGEN Inc. Midwest & West Coast: Lynda Pare – lpare@cosmogen.fr
COSMOGEN Asia & Pacific: Jun kim - jkim@cosmogen.fr
COSMOGEN SAS (Headquarters):
160, boulevard Haussmann - 75008 Paris – France
Tel: +33 (0)1 43 18 17 00

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