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We are very proud of our clients on display at the exclusive Colette concept store located in one of the chicest Parisian neighborhoods.  Joëlle Ciocco was launched by L’Oréal Paris Global Facial Expert of the same name, who created the famous Epidemiology® Method.  Nuori brings its revolutionary skincare concept of optimized product freshness while the breakthrough Colbert MD line is a newcomer to the French market.  A favorite of Angelina Jolie and Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Dr. Colbert is known for The Triad Facial, an intense 30-minute treatment combining exfoliation, lasers and a chemical peel.

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MEET OUR CLIENT: Decorté

Saks Fifth Avenue and Japanese skincare leader Kosé Corporation team up to launch a new line of luxury skin care and color products under an exclusive distribution agreement.

Decorté is considered to be one of Asia’s best-kept skin care secrets. The brand combines ancient practices of Eastern medicine and technological innovation to produce revolutionary products based on nature, wisdom and advanced science.

Decorté will be available in Saks locations throughout the US and Canada, as well as on its website, starting in the spring of 2016. Supermodel Kate Moss will be a brand ambassador and the face of Decorté under a long-term partnership.

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MEET OUR CLIENT: Fleur de Santé

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With over 35 years delivering specialized skincare products to women of all ages and skin types, Laboratorie Fleur de Santé brings out the ‘Natural Beauty’ in each woman.

Fleur De Santé was founded by Knut Wulff, a prominent beauty expert who began to mix and make skin care products based on natural healing ingredients in the 40’s. Fleur de Santé has developed beauty products based on natural active botanical ingredients for more than 30 years and today offers a wide range of innovative, high quality beauty products, developed to suit women of all ages and skin types.

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SEPTEMBER 2013 NEWSFLASH: Making the Rounds

It’s been a long time since we had the time to write another newsletter, but we did it!  You can view the September issue in our archive.

This month’s topic was trade shows, since September is the month of Beyond Beauty, by far the best event for the cosmetic industry that we have been to.

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We decided to ask ourselves about the benefits of attending trade shows.

Just like any other professional group, translators gather at conventions and conferences that deal with the art and craft of translation. But those who want to keep a competitive edge over their peers will specialize in a specific industry and also find the time to attend trade shows in their area of specialty.

Apart from generating leads, there is one very important reason for this.
====> Attending trade shows expands your knowledge.

For example, the beauty industry is always evolving.  New products hit the shelves in the stores daily, and trade shows are a great opportunity to see new concepts and ideas in action.  You can talk to the people involved in the making of those products, instead of just staring at a static picture.  You can test, touch, and feel, and most importantly ask questions.

Translators thrive when they are given context and making the rounds at trade shows is one way to get a global snapshot of an entire industry and store information in your mind for future use.

To view the September issue and all other issues of our newsletter, please click here!

New and familiar faces from in-cosmetics 2013

Beautyterm attended in-cosmetics 2013 in Paris again and has some pictures to show for it!  Like this one of Innovation Zone, the place for exhibitors to showcase their latest ingredients to visitors.

When it closed its doors last week, in-cosmetics 2013 became the biggest and best attended show to date.

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Who was there:

Our charming clients from Berkem: Myrti’lla, a 100% plant-derived active ingredient from Berkem, was shortlisted for the in-cosmetics Innovation Zone Best Ingredient Award 2013.

The beautiful Imerys exhibit corner manned by a French and British team.  Imerys designs, manufactures and sells mineral-based specialties with applications in a wide range of industries, including personal care.

Naolys, a French company from the Bordeau area, specialized in plant cell culture.  Naolys introduced an innovative plant cell complex, Power Extension [HSB+R], at in-cosmetics 2013.

MEET OUR CLIENT: Naobay

Eco-chic and eco-conscious Naobay – which stands for ‘Natural And Organic Beauty And You’ – is one of our favorite brands (and clients).

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The family-founded business based in Valencia, Spain makes skincare and bath products almost entirely out of natural biodegradable ingredients (no GMOs or plants grown with synthetic fertilizers or ionizing radiation. All products are also free of parabens, petrochemicals, silicone, formaldehyde, and other compounds that research suggests might pose a health risk.

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In keeping with brand philosophy, the packaging is made from recycled or recyclable materials from sustainable sources, and both the wood and cardboard used are endorsed by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).

If you want effective eco cosmetics designed to look after both people and the environment, Naobay is your brand.

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