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Beauty Melbourne to open doors this week-end at the MCEC

Beauty Melbourne is just around the corner with several new features this year. The event will take place on 23-24 March at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC).

There will be 100+ exhibitors this year, showcasing 200+ brands including PAYOT, Dermalogica, AesthMed, Dermalogica, Global Beauty, and MANY more. Get your hands on brand new products, and sample and shop ‘til you drop.

During the wee-end, attendees will have access to an array of show specials from exhibiting brands, including Artisan Skin Therapy, Sakury, and Olie Pure Skincare, amongst many others, as well as discounts on selected products.

Live stages and educational sessions

Also at Beauty Melbourne, the Beauty LIVE stage will offer 25 sessions showcasing the latest beauty trends, tips and techniques through live demonstrations led by renowned industry experts. All sessions being included in the entry ticket.

Pro Power Peel collection by Dermalogica

Pro Power Peel collection by Dermalogica

This customizable and ultra-potent Pro Power Peel collection gives skin therapists the flexibility to create bespoke peels that are perfectly suited to each client’s needs. Featuring a suite of peel products including Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) and Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs), these fast and strong peels address a vast range of skin concerns, from early signs of ageing to uneven skin tone and breakouts. Visit Dermalogica at Beauty Melbourne, stand SS04

Lead by inspiring industry experts, there are 18 Look ‘n’ Learn-style sessions covering Anti-Ageing/Dermal, Business, and Professional Skills, as well as six hands-on workshops. This year crowd favourite, Julie Piantadosi, will be a host to MC both days of value-packed education, introducing all speakers and sharing her own observations and insights into the exciting topics presented. There’s even an amazing-value All-Access Education Pass this year, which gives access to all 18 Look ‘n’ Learn sessions for $189.

Advice Hub

The Advice Hub is a new and invaluable asset at Beauty Melbourne for 2019. It offers visitors free, confidential one-on-one support from qualified professionals on a wide range of business topics, including tax, bookkeeping, accounting, workplace relations and salon insurance. Whether you’re a business owner, manager, or are wanting to open your own salon but have no idea where to start, the Advice Hub has you covered.

Aussie made and natural products

Beauty Melbourne is also devoted to supporting local brands and natural products. New for 2019 is the Proudly Australian and Proudly Natural initiative where Australian made and owned products, as well as products free of synthetic chemicals, can be highlighted and brought to light.

For those being on the lookout for innovative and exciting products at Beauty Melbourne, the organisers have labelled exhibitors’ stands with ‘New Launch’ icons.

To avoid a $5 door fee, book your tickets here.


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