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The 2016 ABIHPEC-Beleza Brasil awards announced

The winners of 2016 edition of the ABIHPEC - Beleza Brazil beauty awards were revealed on Monday (31/10 ), in the Sala São Paulo. A total of 15 awards were remitted in the categories Business, Products and the Perfumer.

As far as companies were concerned, Hinode was named Company of the Year, Feito Brasil won the category Entrepreneurship , and Natura scooped the Sustainability award.

The winners of the 2016 edition are:


COMPANIES

- Company of the Year: Hinode

- Entrepreneurship: Feito Brasil

- Sustainability: Natura

PRODUCTS

- Body skin care: Mary Kay

- Facial skin care: Aché

- Hair care and hair treatment: Natura

- Deodorant: Biozenthi

- Makeup: Avon

- Women’s Perfume: L’Occitane

- Men’s Perfume: The Apothecary

- Kids Products: Betulla Cosmetics

- Products for men: L’Occitane

- Sun care: Johnson & Johnson

- Hair transformation: Sweet Hair

PERFUMER

- Sophie Truitard

The ABIHPEC-Beleza Brasil awards were created four years ago with the aim to enhance and promote best business practices. This year’s edition was supported by companies such as Oxiteno - a diamond sponsor for the fourth consecutive year - Wheaton Brazil - platinum sponsor - and Adhespack, AQIA, Chemyunion, Firmenich, IFF, Hair Brasil, Symrise, Takasago and Verescence, as gold sponsors.

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