Personal Care India Expo in Delhi, 22 to 24 August 2016

Conference on regulatory, global market trends

Personal Care India Expo meets the demands of personal care, cosmetic and home care ingredients, machinery and packaging industries

UBM India is organizing the second edition of Personal Care India Expo (PCIE), India’s first international trade event meeting the demands of personal care, cosmetic and home care ingredients, machinery and packaging industries. The event will be held from 22 to 24 August 2016 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. The expo has been well received by the industry at large with support from Fragrances and Flavours Association of India (FAFAI), The Indian Home and Personal Care Industry Association (IHPCIA), and Essential Oil Association of India (EOAI). Spread over three days, the PCIE is an international B2B expo for ingredients, packaging and machinery in the personal care sector. The exhibiting sectors will primarily include cosmetics ingredients, raw material and contract manufacturing, packaging and machinery, ayurveda and nutraceuticals ingredients.

The expo will feature a power-packed conference in association with CLAIMS, a clinical research organization, on regulatory, global market trends, standardization of cosmeceutical and dermaceutical products, and formulating sun care products. Other event highlights include a ‘Beauty Zone,’ a new feature in the expo that will be an exclusive B2B section with zones dedicated to end products from cosmetics and toiletries, natural health, packaging and OEM. The expo will also be marked by an Innovative Product showcase and buyer-seller meetings.

Speaking about the expo, Yogesh Mudras, managing director, UBM India said, “The Indian personal care ingredients industry has taken rapid strides in the last few years, as more and more personal care products incorporate specialty ingredients in their formulation.”

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