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The signature scent of Beautyworld Middle East 2023 is crowned

After three days of voting by visitors at the 27th edition of Beautyworld Middle East – the region’s largest international trade fair for beauty, hair, fragrance and wellbeing, Jean-François Thizon, Perfumer at Parfex has been revealed as the award winning ‘Signature Scent’ that best captures the essence of the show for his creation Golden Light.As one of the most influential and visited trade shows in the world, the growth in the fragrance sector globally is recognised with unique exhibition features at Beautyworld Middle East 2023, which showcases the newest innovations and developments available alongside the recognition of sector experts.Signature Scent saw 15 of the top international fragrance houses create their own interpretation of a signature scent for the international trade show. Visitors were able to test the competing blends in a blind sampling using the latest technology from AirParfum.Beating off stiff competition from participating international houses CFF, Cosmo International Fragrances, CPL Aromas, Iberchem, EMSA, Eurofragrance, Luzi, Parfessence, Keva, IPRA, SFA Neroli, Parfex, Ravetllatt Aromatics, Golden Light by Jean-François Thizon, Perfumer at Parfex claimed the coveted award due to its remarkable ability to capture the very essence of the event, boasting captivating notes including top notes of mandarin and lily of the valley, middle ingredients including patchouli and musk plus bottom notes such as sandalwood and vanilla. Thizon was presented with his award by Benoit Vittet, Head of Perfumery at Jean Niel Sas, the winner of the 2022 edition of the competition.Thizon said, “I am so proud to be honoured with the award of ‘Signature Scent’ for Beautyworld Middle East. This is my first perfumery award and I am very grateful for the recognition”. On his signature scent creation, he continued: “When I think of Dubai I think of Golden Light, and this is the definition of this fragrance. It illustrates what ‘ Golden Light’ is to me in the Middle East, and that is the mixture of musk, amber and white flowers. I created a personal and intimate balance of the three of those scents, adding vanilla to make a delicious, long lasting fragrance”Flyn Roberts, Portfolio Director at Messe Frankfurt Middle East, organisers of Beautyworld Middle East 2023 said: “Fragrance is enjoying a current boom period globally as consumers rediscover niche scents and premium fragrance choices. International fragrance houses are at the heart of innovation and leading trends. Signature Scent puts their skills to the ultimate test – with the noses of the industry and the wider Beautyworld audience voting for their winner. Our fragrance categories are the fastest growing sectors at Beautyworld Middle East, and I am sure that this will continue into next year's edition with the help of such talented perfumers”With the MENA fragrance market growing at a CAGR of 11% during the forecast period (2023-2027) from McKinsey & Co recent analysis, and the UAE and KSA leading the market share followed by Qatar and Oman, global demand is also showing no slowdown this year. On the back of double-digit sales internationally, the global fragrance market value forecast is set to reach $100 billion by 2027 with a CAGR of 7% according to the report.The fragrance sector of Beautyworld Middle East has been 25% larger than the 2022 edition, with Finished Fragrance sector exhibitors including UAE based brands such as Nabeel Perfumes, Swiss Arabian Perfumes, Rasasi, Armaf, My Perfumes, Afnan Perfumes, Ajmal Perfumes, and Al Haramain Perfumes. International brands represented include Desire Fragrances from Italy, Surrati Perfumes from Saudi Arabia and Atyab Al Marshoud from Kuwait.Europe was well represented in the Fragrance Compounds category with participation from Symrise (Germany), CPL Aromas (UK), Mane (France), Moellhausen (Italy), Iberchem (Spain), Seluz (Turkey), Firmenich and Givaudan, (Switzerland) among many others.Beautyworld Middle East 2023 also featured Quintessence – the art of perfume, an exclusive platform devoted to niche fragrance, with the 2023 edition the largest yet. Some of the world’s most unique brands and creators have showcased their creations in this bespoke and luxurious environment.  
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Beautyworld Middle East Awards 2023 winners celebrate conscious beauty

Sterling Perfumes Industries and Lush Handmade Cosmetics were the standout winners at the 2023 edition of the Beautyworld Middle East Awards. The awards capped the second day of the region's largest international trade fair for beauty, hair, fragrance and wellbeing - Beautyworld Middle East, held from October 30th - November 1st at Dubai World Trade Centre.The Beautyworld Middle East Awards celebrate outstanding achievements in the beauty industry, from exceptional products, people and innovations to sustainability, marketing, and more.With a record 540 entries, shortlisted down to finalists in 16 categories including Hair Product of the Year, Conscious Brand of the Year, and Niche Fragrance of the Year, an expert panel of judges assessed entries to award the star-studded winners at the gala celebration held at the Grand Hyatt in Dubai on October 31st and hosted by UAE TV personality, Katie Overy.Local brilliance shone brightly as The Homegrown Brand of the Year was awarded to Magically Holistic, seeing off other brands that embody the essence of regional entrepreneurship and innovation.The much-contested Influencer of the Year category saw Erim Kaur walk away with the prize, recognising the power of influencers and user generated content and reviews as critical to a beauty brand's success.Fragrance categories dominated the evening, as a reflection of the region's market growth and enthusiasm. In the Perfumer of the Year category, Dominique Moellhausen of Italian fragrance house Moellhausen was awarded as her olfactory artistry left an indelible mark on the judging panel. Song of Oud by Ajmal Perfumes was awarded Popular Fragrance of the Year, with KAYALI Yum Pistachio Gelato | 33 by Huda Beauty awarded the Media Campaign of the Year accolade on the night. Niche Fragrance of the Year was won by Maison Rebatchi for Myrrhe & Musc.Other notable award winners from the fragrance industry included Sterling Perfumes Industries who took away two awards on the evening - winning Luxury Packaging of the Year for their OROS The Inventor product and their own outlet Perfume Palace being named Independent Retailer of the Year.  ‘The Lifetime Achievement Award’ crowned a successful evening for the UAE based fragrance business whose Founder and Chairman Ali Fakhruddin was recognised for his 40 year commitment and success within the industryIn synergy with the Clean + Conscious segment at Beautyworld Middle East, the Conscious Brand of the Year category was awarded to industry pioneers Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, who proudly showcased their credentials, and also won the award for Popular Retailer of the YearFlyn Roberts, Portfolio Director at event organisers Messe Frankfurt Middle East, said: “It’s so important to acknowledge the achievements and innovations within the booming Middle Eastern beauty industry. The Beautyworld Middle East Awards are a way to showcase the work being done by established brands but also recognise the emerging players and entrepreneurs.”Celebrating innovation and fresh faces, the Newcomer Brand of the Year was awarded to Australian indie beauty brand Aceology, whilst The Innovative Packaging of the Year award was won by DAPY Paris for their Shangri La Advent Calendar. Technology Innovation of the Year was won by HaloGlam for their professional must-have HaloGlam Lamp.2023’s Hair Product of the Year award went to Brazilian Secrets Hair for their Hair Toxx Kryotherapy and the ultimate Beauty Product of the Year award recognised Mine Ellipse from Mine in Beauty.The full list of winners can be seen on the Beautyworld Middle East website. The 27th edition of Beautyworld Middle East runs until November 1st at Dubai World Trade Centre and has welcomed over 1,750 exhibitors from around 57 countries, across various sectors including Supply Chain & Services, Fragrance, Cosmetics & Skincare, Beauty Tech, Personal Care & Hygiene, Hair, Nails and Salon Supplies and Clean + Conscious. For more information, please visit the Beautyworld Middle East website - https://beautyworld-middle-east.ae.messefrankfurt.com/dubai/en.html
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Emirati Entrepreneur Salama Mohamed to share her journey at next in Conference

With over 1.5m followers on Instagram and ranked #11 in Forbes ‘50 Women Behind Middle Eastern Brands’ Emirati Salama Mohamed is founder of Peacefull and one of the region’s most inspirational beauty entrepreneurs.The Next in Beauty Conference brings up to the minute insights, talks, trends and panels featuring regional and international experts and practitioners at Beautyworld Middle East - the region’s largest international trade fair for the beauty and wellness industry. Dubai, UAE: Renowned Emirati skincare entrepreneur, Salama Mohamed will take to the stage at Beautyworld Middle East later this month, detailing her inspirational journey as part of the three-day show’s Next in Beauty Conference. Mohamed, who has achieved global success with her homegrown Peacefull brand, will be the keynote speaker at the region’s largest international trade fair for beauty, hair, fragrance and wellbeing. Beautyworld Middle East runs from 30th October to 1st November at Dubai World Trade Centre.In a one-on-one conversation with Lauren O’Connell, Beauty Editor of Cosmopolitan Middle East, Salama will share her personal experience and the inspiration behind the launch of her skincare brand Peacefull. Exploring the complexities faced by Arab women in the ever-evolving beauty and wellness sector, she'll reveal her transformative journey from content creator to entrepreneur. Additionally, she will discuss the profound impact of her Emirati heritage and the science underpinning Korean skincare on the creation of products tailored to the unique conditions of the Middle East region.“Stepping onto the world stage at Beautyworld Middle East is a true honour,” Salama noted. She continued, “As the coveted exhibition unites all aspects across the beauty industry, I’m excited to share Peacefull’s journey and what it means to be an inclusive, people-driven brand. I’m looking forward to meeting fellow entrepreneurs, aspiring young professionals and industry leaders, coming together over three days of boundless inspiration”. Flyn Roberts, Show Director, Beautyworld Middle East said: “We’re thrilled to have Salama Mohamed headline an exciting speaker line-up at our Next in Beauty conference this year. Sharing her unique perspective as an Emirati beauty and skincare entrepreneur, she joins a diverse mix of both international and local thought leaders who’ll be sharing market intelligence, the trends and technologies that are disrupting the sector on a global level, and contributing to the markets growth and ongoing success.”Conference topics include environmental and sustainability challenges and opportunities for the industry. Diversity, inclusion and representation will also be covered alongside the influencer economy and emerging trends in wellness and personal care. Kicking off day is ‘The Story of the Middle East: Health & Beauty in Sync’ with analysis and insight from Amna Abbas, Euromonitor International, while day two concludes with insight and intelligence updates on ‘Beauty and Personal Care Trends for 2024’ from Kinshen Chan, Mintel.Natural hair care pioneers and founders, Ellen Rucker Sellers and Ione Rucker Jamison, of Rucker Roots will be joined by Tamara Bakir, founder and CEO of US based Manifest Beauty and Aleena Khan, Co-Founder CTZN Cosmetics to explore ‘Diversity and Inclusion in Beauty: Facing challenges and embracing opportunities’ whilst Nidhima Kohli, founder of Beauty Matching Engine will be looking at ‘How to Leverage AI to Boost Business Growth’.Sustainability will also feature heavily among the topics, with input from an incredible number of fragrance and beauty industry heavyweights as they discuss ‘Building Sustainable Bridges in Perfumery: Grasse meets GCC for sourcing, production, and knowledge transfer,' in a panel that includes Valerie Lovisa, Consultant - Fragrance and Cosmetics at ABTYS; Emma Barber, Director at DGrade; Claire Lonvaud, Trainer at Cinquième Sens; Carole Biancalana, Fragrance Producer at Domaine De Manon; Julien Maubert, CSO of Robertet Group; Ali Junaid, Owner of Junaid Perfumes; and Xavier Blaizot, CEO of PCW France. Caroline Bassoni, Director of Regulatory Affairs at Cosmed will present ‘Going Green: What the EU's chemical strategy means to the beauty industry’, while the ‘Sustainable Innovation in the Perfume Industry’ panel features a diverse group of experts, including Valerie Lovisa, Consultant - Fragrance and Cosmetics at ABTYS; Umut Yildiz and Meriem Bennami, Dapy Paris; Loïc Bouet, Techniplast; Anisha Oberoi, Secret Skin; Amna Al Habtoor, Arcadia and Gaelle Doré, Centdegrés.The full Next in Beauty Conference agenda features an array of important industry sessions encompassing market intelligence, emerging trends, and revolutionary technologies reshaping the beauty sector on both a regional and global scale. As part of Beautyworld Middle East 2023, the three-day agenda will expose attendees to fresh viewpoints, new insights and advanced business strategies from a range of international trend analysts, key brand experts, educators and business leaders from around the world. Innovation, market trends and the Middle East’s business landscape for a booming beauty industry will be explored between 30th October and 1st November.The Next in Beauty Conference is one of several features taking place within this year’s Beautyworld Middle East event. Attendees with visitor tickets to the exhibition can attend the conference, as well as many other features, for no extra cost. Beautyworld Middle East 2023 promises an unparalleled opportunity to expand professional networks, discover new products and unlock the tremendous business potential in one of the world’s key trade hubs. Stay ahead of this dynamic and fast-evolving market on 30 October – 1 November to unlock a world of possibilities at Beautyworld Middle East 2023.