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in-cosmetics Latin America opens tomorrow with a series of new dedicated areas

The upcoming edition of in-cosmetics Latin America 2018 from 19-20 September will highlight fragrance ingredients and regulatory trends on dedicated areas.

Fragrance Trail

Fragrance formulators wanting to grasp a better understanding of these trends and the innovations now coming to market can engage all their senses by following the in-cosmetics Latin America Fragrance Trail, which guides visitors through the fragrance houses, producers and distributors of extracts and raw materials to find exhibitors that offer fragrance related ingredients and solutions.

The Fragrance Trail is very popular amongst show visitors, as it helps them to navigate and easily find the latest fragrance ingredients that can make a real difference to their finished products,” said Daniel Zanetti, Exhibition Director of in-cosmetics Latin America.

The global perfume and fragrance market is projected to reach US$64.6 billion (CAGR 6%) by 2023 [1] as manufacturers continue to innovate and consumers use their rising disposable income to buy into the market. Niche fragrances are increasingly in vogue as younger consumers buy into personalised products and experiences. Perfume houses are also using lower concentrations of fragrance oils to create eau de cologne and eau fraiche to encourage shoppers to buy more perfumes and use them daily.

New: Regulations and Testing Zone

Also designed to facilitate access to information on ingredients, the Regulations & Testing Zone aims to help stream NPD and general practice by giving easy access to regulatory experts. The area will see a selection of innovative exhibitors, including Pharmilab, Interlab and Allergisa, showcasing state-of-the art testing facilities and talking visitors through current and coming regulations.

Also new this year is the CASIC Regulations Conference that will discuss present and future regulations challenges in Latin America.

The Regulations & Testing Zone area will allow manufacturers to explore and identify new testing solutions that substantiate their claims, as well learn more about the complex and fast-moving regulatory landscape of the Latin American cosmetics industry,” added Zanetti.

Eventually, the brand-new Spotlight On area will cover the biggest topics in cosmetics today – Haircare Actives, Anti-ageing and Formulation. Presenting the best in raw materials in the market today, it will help visitors quickly and easily find solutions for their cosmetics and beauty projects.

Footnotes

[1Global Perfume & Fragrances Market: Ameco Research 2018

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