Beauty and wellness expo to feature organic products

posted September 10, 2018 at 07:00 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Experts predict the global market for organic beauty products should be worth just under $22 billion by 2024, on the back of increasing online customer reach and retailers’ shift toward offering premium personal care products. 

Beauty and wellness expo to feature organic products
Camille Acosta of The Good Choices introduces plant-based food as alternative to meat products. 
In the Philippines, beauty and wellness brands are benefiting from rising disposable incomes and demand for these products which in the past were not considered essential items. This is evident in the number of brands and consumers who continue to join trade events such as the Beauty & Wellness Manila which stages its third edition on Sept. 20-22 at the SMX Convention Center Manila.

This year, the show is adding a segment dedicated to organic and natural businesses entitled Organic and Natural Products Expo 2018.

“ONEXPO will feature both established and starting businesses that produce or distribute natural food, organic cosmetics, and eco-friendly products to the market,” said Jing Lagandaon, chief operating officer of Global-Link MP Events International, Inc.

Lagandaon continued, “The Filipinos’ growing demand for this type of necessities has to be addressed and we are very proud to welcome and express our gratitude to the pioneers of this expo.” 

Visitors can look forward to seeing these brands at ONEXPO: The Real Happy Cow, Analema Corporation, Chemrez Technologies, Inc., Daily Veggie, Elemie Natural, Inc., Buko Foods, Jertie’s Kitchen, Green Bar, Green Spot Vegan Café, Healthwealth International Corporation, Hello Founding Farmers, Inc., The Vegan Grocer, Mejilla-Organo Vegan Enterprises, Monde Nissin Corporation, Sante R.A.W, The Good Choices, The Good Juice, The Green Tummy Corporation, The Natural Supply Co., Vegetari Vegetarian Products, Vitanutrition Incorporated, and Kaffea coffee.

Beauty and wellness expo to feature organic products
Janelle Tee offers Kaffea healthy coffee to event participants.
They will join the lineup of new and returning exhibitors that includes Age Defying Solutions Philippines, Corp., Alpha Wellness Philippines, Inc., Ancorp Healthy World, Beauty Ground, Citibank, Coco Health Products, Inc., Cosmetigroup International Corp., Ctems, Inc., Digitel PH, DMI Medical Supply Co., Inc., Elegant Fumes Beauty Products, Inc., Elegant Trio Colors Corporation, ERP Wellness Enterprises, Ever Bilena Cosmetics, Inc., Exodus Design Studio, First Asia Manufacturing Corporation, Goldshine Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Grace Cosmetics Industries, Inc., Hair-S Philippines, Inc., High Top Sure Marketing, Inc., Holistic Integrative Care Center, Jaycee Co., JNE Personal Care Products, Inc., JRadiance Corporation, Kinpo Electronics Philippines, Inc., KMall E-Services Inc., Leiania House of Beauty, Mariteri Trading, Inc., Migo Skin Enterprise, More-ning Sun Packaging Corporation, My SpaHaus Inc., Multi-mach International, Inc., Organique Inc., Philippine Delta Source & Trading Corp., Pureform Cosmetic Products, Inc., Raquel-Abbas Pharmaceuticals & Gen Mdse., Shawill Corporation, Skin Magical Beauty Products Trading, Slimmers World International, SPCM GS’68 HS’72, Stalder Lab, Streetcorner Lending Corp., Talking Time Corp., Tamayo’s Catering, Telnoj Enterprises, Inc., Walvis Corporation, and Wunderkind Marketing, Inc.

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Topics: beauty and wellness , Beauty & Wellness Manila , ONEXPO , Jing Lagandaon
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