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The winners of the Brazilian Packaging Award ABRE

The winners of the Brazilian Packaging Award ABRE were recognized at the end of September.

The winners in the Gold category

- Perfumes Packaging: Urbano Desodorante Colônia, Natura
- Packaging Technology for Cosmetics, Personal Care, Health products and Pharmaceuticals: Bisnaga Óleo Gel Esfoliante Paixão Exótica, Hypermarcas
- Graphic design for Cosmetics, Personal Care, Health products and Pharmaceuticals: Kit Casinhas Sweet Giovanna Baby, FutureBrand
- Graphic Design - Redesign of General Products: Solar Expertise Antirrugas, RafDesign
- Marketing - Communication Strategy: Johnson Baby Kit Turma do Banho, Johnson & Johnson do Brasil
- Sustainability: Refil Ekos Frescores, Natura

The winners in the Silver category

- Packaging Project for Cosmetics and Personal Care: Cabeças Divertidas, Biotropic
- Perfumes Packaging: Malbec de O Boticário, Grupo Boticário
- Packaging Technology for Cosmetics, Personal Care, Health products and Pharmaceuticals: Revitalift Blur Mágico, CartonDruck

The winners in the Bronze category

- Packaging Project for Cosmetics and Personal Care: Lenços Kleenex Formato Tubo, Kimberly-Clark
- Perfumes Packaging: Monster High Skullette, Wheaton Brasil
- Packing for Family Products: Linha Pom Pom, Hypermarcas
- Sustainability: Perfume Essencial (Masculino), Natura

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