Meet 18 German companies
China Beauty Expo 2018
22 – 24 May 2018
Shanghai, P. R. China
Welcome to the German Pavilion at China Beauty Expo 2018!
The 23rd CHINA BEAUTY EXPO - International Beauty & Cosmetics
22 – 24 May 2018 Shanghai, P. R. China COMMITTED to EXCELLENCE WELCOME to the GERMAN PAVILION the German Window of Beauty at China Beauty Expo 2018.
German exhibitors are participating under the brand name made in Germany at China Beauty Expo Shanghai, the main business hub for the beauty and body care industry in China.
Cosmetics and Toiletries made in Germany continue to mean high standards of quality and innovation. The high quality cosmetics, fragrances and toiletries made in Germany are highly appreciated by the customers of more than 200 countries, and increasingly by Asian consumers.
In Asia, Japan has been the most important market to date for the German manufacturers of cosmetics, fragrances and toiletries, followed by South Korea and China.
Like "Eau de Cologne" invented about 210 years ago in the famous German town Cologne (Köln), well-known herbal extracts recipes or highly appreciated beauty and body care category brands were created in Germany. Brands made in Germany of the cosmetic, toiletry and perfumery industry are among the most valuable brands and with long tradition and world-wide excellent reputation for its innovation and product safety concepts.
Consequently, beauty and personal care products made in Germany are increasingly appreciated by the consumers in China. German exports of beauty and body care products are increasing every year significantly.
There's no better way to boost your beauty and body care business in China:
NEW PRODUCTS made in Germany.
Come in and find out in the GERMAN PAVILION:
The quality of made in Germany designed at the leading edge of high technology and innovation.
Germany – the Quality Country.
The German exhibitors are looking forward to welcoming you in the GERMAN PAVILION hall E2.
Further information about the German manufacturers and distributors represented at China Beauty Expo is available at the Information Booth of the GERMAN PAVILION hall E2 Shanghai New International Exhibition Center.
The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the AUMA – Association of the German Trade Fair Industry and finally the German Cosmetic, Toiletry, Perfumery and Detergent Association (IKW) wish all exhibitors at and visitors to China Beauty Expo 2018 much success.
Kamill BODY LOTION classic
Booth number: Hall E2 - D17
STYX NATURCOSMETICS GmbH
Art of bodycare - body creams
Booth number: Hall E2 - E30
ORICONT Handels-und Consulting-Gesellschaft mbH
“Spadien” Cream Shower Soft with Milk and Vitamins
Booth number: Hall E2 - E23
WM Beautysystems AG & Co.KG
Wellmaxx hyaluron CollagenBooster anti-age day & night concentrate
Booth number: Hall E7 - B26
Rudolf Lenhart GmbH & Co. KG
Body Care Shower + Shampoo Extreme Power
Booth number: Hall E2 - D21
KLAPP COSMETICS GmbH
Booth number: Hall E2 - B26
Recyclate Initiative: Evolution of packaging material
About 1.2 million tons of plastic packaging are collected by German households every year. Plastic pollutes the world’s oceans. Frosch uses 100% old plastic. Frosch is the first to reprocess plastic from the Yellow Bag into top-quality recycled material since 2016. More than 30 million rPet b... | Further reading
Special award for environmentally-friendly, resource-saving production
The award Ethical Style stands for o Eco-Friendly Materials, Re-/Upcycling Design and Lifecycle Design Concept: The steel and plastic materials used for production can be completely remelted and recycled. The products themselves can be repaired/areground. o Eco-Optimised Production: Optimised... | Further reading
Sustainable program : CRADLE TO CRADLE
Material flow design of the majority of today´s products : No consideration for permanent conservation of ressources, only one-way-design : Take > Make > Waste, where it contaminates the environment. As a result products are designed and manufactured in a linear “Cradle to Grave” paradigm. Fros... | Further reading