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Croda will present latest launches and innovations at in-cosmetics Latin America 2016

Croda will present their latest launches and innovations at the next edition of in-cosmetics Latin America 2016, which will be held in São Paulo on 5 and 6 October 2016.

"The in-cosmetics 2016 tradeshow will be an opportunity for Croda to present its expertise in formulations and innovative products and new ideas for textures and formulations for skin and hair care products," said the company.

In a fully interactive space, visitors will have the opportunity to test and learn about innovative formulations and textures in line with upcoming trends in Latin America. The show will also be an opportunity to see the two new concept campaigns developed by Croda for Skin Care and Hair:

- Be Skinspired. New formulations and textures and original ingredients used to build new chassis that will provide new sensations and active benefits.
- Use your Hairmagination. Technology and imagination come together to create an impressive line of new products for hair care. New formats, colours and formulations in the development of products that deliver more glamorous and healthy hair.

In-cosmetics Latin America
Expo Center Norte, Blue Pavilion
São Paulo, Brazil
Opening hours 10:00 - 19:00

www.in-cosmeticslatinamerica.com

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