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in-cosmetics Latin America to offer a new array of experiential marketing initiatives

Reed Exhibitions, the organisers behind in-cosmetics Latin America, has announced a programme of experiential personal care ingredients zones, which it says will entice manufacturing brands and attract more visitors to the personal care ingredients exhibition, when it opens its doors in São Paulo on 20-21 September 2017.

A brand-new Make-Up Bar will join the event’s range of interactive areas, alongside the popular Formulation Lab, Innovation Zone and Sensory Bar. It is designed as an area for exhibitors to showcase their expertise in colour cosmetics and for visitors to experience formulas for eye, skin, nail and lip products, helping them to identify the innovative pigments and technologies which deliver captivating and trend-setting colour cosmetics. It completes all the other interactive areas designed to maximise visitor’s contact with the raw materials on show.

We are delighted to be broadening the interactive offering at this year’s in-cosmetics Latin America and bringing more experiential ideas to the industry to aid their learning. It is important that we provide as many quality opportunities as possible for our exhibitors to have that valuable direct engagement with visitors. Equally, for the R&D professionals, we are enabling them to test the products and see the benefits practically and first hand, gaining inspiration for future products,” said Daniel Zanetti, in-cosmetics Latin America’s event director.

Also at the show, the interactive Formulation Lab will offer free practical training sessions for professionals looking to learn more about how to create winning formulations, under the guidance of beauty and cosmetics experts in a purpose-built laboratory on the event floor.

Launched last year, the Sensory Bar comprises a demonstration area where visitors can see, touch and smell innovative and unusual textures including jellies, butters, creams, powders, masks and balms. It will also display exciting exhibitor-designed formulations, many of which use transformative textures, new fragrances and state-of-the-art pigments.

The event’s most popular area, the Innovation Zone will showcase brand new personal care products that are either being launched at the show or were launched eight months before the exhibition - allowing manufacturers to gain inspiration for their future product formulations and see everything that is new in one place.

Another new addition to in-cosmetics Latin America, the Protection Showcase will highlight products and raw materials that have anti-aging and anti-pollution benefits along with UV protection, anti-insect products and other protective ingredients.

In addition to the extended experiential line-up, cosmetics manufacturers will have the opportunity to access more than 50 hours of educational content across a variety of workshops, presentations and technical seminars, dealing with topics from the latest industry trends to regulatory issues.

For more information visit www.in-cosmeticslatinamerica.com and register to attend for free.

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