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Total beautification and rejuvenation experience

From today till Saturday, Beauty and Wellness Manila 2016 will bring together top companies in an amazing showcase of personal care and wellness products and services at the SMX Convention Center Manila, SM Mall of Asia Complex.

“The Philippines is gaining recognition for manufacturing beauty products and providing excellent yet affordable wellness and medical services. We want to be able to showcase that in this event and connect these manufacturers with potential distributors as well as build their brand to end-users,” shares Jing Lagandaon, COO of Global-Link MP Events International, Inc. (GLMP), organizers of the show. 

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“Beauty and Wellness Manila is about having the visitors experience for themselves the latest beauty products, world-class equipment, and most rejuvenating wellness treatments. There will be a lot of innovative brands at the show so people really have a lot to look forward to,” she adds.

Beauty and Wellness Manila promises visitors an opportunity to experience solutions for ageless and glowing skin, learn from technical experts, get exclusive freebies and discounts, witness the art of nail painting, consult with fitness experts, participate in personal development workshops, and feel good through therapies and organic solutions for your face, skin and body.

GLMP also partnered with the Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines to put together special activities to add on to the sourcing and networking opportunities at the show, such as Manila Business Summit: Beauty and Wellness Edition (daily seminars; inspirational stories and guides to start your own retails business); Business Matching Sessions; Beauty Watch (IPL skin lifting; laser and facial treatments; micro-blading and embroidery tutorials; free cosmetics and skin analyzers; and exclusive discounts on aesthetics); Salon-on-the-go (nail art sessions; organic hair care solutions; franchise opportunities; and, online marketing services); Body Retreat (consultations with health, nutrition and fitness gurus; trial massage, therapies and self-development practices; and organic food supplements); and many more.

Whether you are searching the trendiest brands or curious about the latest services out in the local and global market, this is definitely the place to be at. Some representatives from the beauty, health and wellness sectors include: Korea Trade Center, Cosmetigroup International, Createch Wellness/Karada, Oracle Aesthetic Clinic, Bloom Concept, Ever Bilena, Zen Institute, Vietura Aesthetic Lifestyle, Refinette Cosmetics, MixExpert Manila, Sante International and many more.

“With the demand for beauty, health and wellness solutions on the rise, I am calling all affiliates and advocates to join us in accepting this challenge and opportunity. Together, let us grow and strengthen this market,” shares Siliman S. Sy, president of The Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines.

Beauty and Wellness Manila 2016 will be held co-located with Hotel Suppliers Show, Manila International Travel Expo Series.

Entrance to the show is free. To pre-register and learn more about the other things to look forward to, visit www.globallinkmp.com/beautyandwellnessmanila. To inquire about exhibiting opportunities, email [email protected]

Topics: Beauty and Wellness Manila 2016 , Jing Lagandaon , Global-Link MP Events International Inc. , Ji Hyeon Baek , Myeongseon Kim Dr. Labella products

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