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CCIP, in partnership with UBM Exhibition Philippines Inc. and Informa PLC, organized Philbeauty 2019 last June
4-6, 2019 at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia. Philbeauty is a 3-day exhibition featuring new show
highlights such as barber show, Philbeauty World PMU Master Class Congress & Competition, and philbeauty
The exhibition showcased a variety of beauty products, services and technological solutions as well as
workshops, educational seminars and beauty conferences. Participated by local and international leading
cosmetic brands and 5,987 local, regional and international trade visitors from 19 countries and regions, the
show supported industry business-matching and networking opportunities.
CCIP President Emil Virtudes, Asia Hair Masters Association Founder
Ms. Linda Yip, Korean International Academy of Beauty Medicine
Director Ms. Irene Tan, Philippine Society for Cosmetic Science Inc.
President Ms. Michelle Palaca, Unified Makeup Artists of the
Philippines President Ms. Charisma Tiangco, and Vanity Association
of the Philippines President Mr. Rudolf Kotik supported the event and
led the show’s opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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In photo from left to right
Mr. Edwin Samot partner for
Philbeauty Artistry Awards; Ms.
Charisma Tiangco, President of
Unified Makeup Artists of the
Philippines; Mr Rudolf Kotik, CEO
for Vanity Association of the
Philippines Inc; Ms. Michelle Palaca,
President of Philippine Society for
Cosmetic Science (PSCS), Ms. Vicky
Aquino, Representative for Asia
Pacific Spa and Wellness Coalition
and Ms. Linda Yip, Founder for
Asia Hair Masters Association
In photo from left to right: Mr. Emil Virtudes, President of Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines, Inc.
(CCIP) Mr. CP Saw, Director for Beauty Portfolio ASEAN, Informa Markets UBM; Ms. Claudia Hillary Carbonell,
Trade Industry Development Specialist of Bureau of Small & Medium Enterprise Development (BSMED) of
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) ; Ms. Ma. Theresa Gutierrez, Chief, Licensing and Registration Division
of Food and Drug Administration.
The Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines, Inc. conducted a livelihood training program entitled,
#MayPeraSaBareta: Shampoo and Conditioner Bar Making Workshop. During the workshop, resource speakers assist
and guide the participants how to create trending products and taught them how to register their business.
Participant-beneficiaries were from Soroptimist International of Corinthians and Gawad-Kalinga Las Pinas. CCIP also
launched their 45th founding anniversary attended by its members, past presidents, allied associations and
Other local associations actively supported Philbeauty 2019 as well. The Philippine Society of Cosmetics Science
(PSCS) conducted several formulation workshops for cosmetics and makeup. Meanwhile, the Chamber of Herbal
Industry of the Philippines Inc. (CHIPI) held a general membership meeting and a workshop.
The Philbeauty stage was also busy with shows and competitions. The Makeup Box Demonstration was chaired by
Mr. Steven Sunny and the Unified Makeup Artists of the Philippines. Asia Hair Masters Association – Hong Kong
presented a barber show while the World PMU, KIMB and Diana Ilano Artistry organized the World PMU Master
Class Congress. Lastly, the Unified Makeup Artists of the Philippines held the Filipino Beauty Fantasy Make Up and
Hairdressing Competition and the 2nd Philbeauty Artistry Awards Haircut & Coloring competition was led by Mr.
CCIP would like to thank its members who exhibited their products and services at the Philbeauty Show namely
Christian Cosmetics Science Inc., Proessences Inc., Refinette Cosmetic Manufacturing Corporation, Chemrez
Technologies Inc., Aero-pack Industries Inc., Roz Laboratories Inc., Innovpack Inc., Seowha & BH Export & Import
Inc., S3A Manufacturing Inc. Pore It On Cosmeceutical Solutions Inc., Cosmetic Buffet Skin Essential Products
Enterprise, Essel Propack Phils. Inc., Stalder Laboratories Inc., and Radial Pro Trading Inc. Special thanks to CCIP
VP for Special Projects Diego B. Buenaflor in leading the planning phase with Informa PLC to make the show a
CCIP Celebrates 45 Colorful Years Through the combined efforts of VP Trina B. Aquino of VMV Hypoallergenics and VP Camille Buenaventura of Suarez Metaplas Industries Inc., CCIP launched its 45th Founding Anniversary and photo gallery last June 5, 2019
at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia. The event was graced by CCIP past presidents Ma. Jessica J. Plana,
President of Eurochemicals Inc. 2003-2004); Carole E. Lopena, President of Eunice Inc. (2005-2006); Anna Marie T. Anastacio, Chief Business Development Officer of VMV Hypoallergenics (2014-2015) and Silliman S. Sy, Chief
Operating Officer of Ever Bilena Cosmetics Inc. (2016-2017). Each past president shared inspiring messages to the Chamber.
CCIP was also privileged to have as guest speaker Atty. Anne Claire Cabochan of the Bureau of International
Trade Relations (BITR) under the Department of Trade and Industry. Atty. Cabochan congratulated CCIP for
helping MSMEs to be globally competitive. She also shared DTI’s continuous effort in working with other government agencies regulating the cosmetics industry so that these agencies will be aligned with the Ease of
Doing Business Act.
CCIP allied partners Dexter Deyto, Country Manager of UBM Exhibition Philippines Inc., and Michelle Palaca,
President of Philippines Society for Cosmetics Science (PSCS) gave their congratulatory messages as well.
UP Manila Chorale serenaded the audience with the songs, “True Colors” and “Tagumpay Nating Lahat”, while attendees held colorful ribbons symbolizing unity and the Chamber’s colorful history. CCIP President Emil Virtudes
thanked everyone in attendance for taking time to join the event.
During the program, a slide presentation showed CCIP’s journey of success through the years. Thereafter, the
CCIP photo gallery was unveiled by the Council of Presidents which led to a few long-time members of CCIP to reminisce their past years with the Chamber. Executive Vice President Dina Estacio gave the closing remarks and
led the champagne toast.
CCIP would like to give its special appreciation to Hazel Inacay for hosting the event; Ms. Catherine Clare Rivera,
President of Cosmetics, Health and Wellness Pharmacist Association of the Philippines, Inc. (COSHWELL), Glenda Virtudes, Officer of Cosmetics, Toiletry and Fragrance Association of the Philippines, Inc. (CTFAP), and
Shirley Macapayag of Fasttrack Access Travel and Tours as CCIP’s travel and business immersion partner.
The event was made possible will the help of the following committee members: Marilou Dagani of IMCD
Philippines Corporation, Sherry Anne Alcala of Harem Inc., and Jennifer Ty of Elegant Fumes Beauty Products Inc. Special thanks goes to the following sponsors: HBC Inc., Marklene Fabricate Corporation and Summatrade
In photo from left: Mr. Silliman Sy, Ms. Dina
Estacio, Ms. Ma. Jessica J. Plana, Atty. Leah Sy, Ms.
Anna Marie Anastacio, Atty. Anne Claire Cabochan,
Mr. Emil Virtudes, Ms. Carole Lopena and Ms.
In photo from left: Ms. Ma. Jessica J. Plana
Silliman Sy, Mr. Emil Virtudes, Ms. Carole
Lopena and Ms. Ms. Anna Marie Anastacio
In photo from left: Ms. Catherine
Clare Rivera, Sison Del Ayre and Ms.
CCIP’s Livelihood Program Shampoo & Conditioner Bar Making Workshop
Last June 4, 2019, CCIP in collaboration with Soroptimist International of Corinthians and Gawad Kalinga Las Pinas organized a Livelihood Training Program entitled #MayPeraSaBareta at Philbeauty Show in SMX
Convention Center, Mall of Asia, Pasay City. A total of 120 participants, predominantly from the two above-mentioned community organizations, participated in the training program and was taught the art and science
of making shampoo and conditioner bars.
There were three parts of the program: 1.) A lecture on the origin of the different beauty products, shampoo
and conditioner bars included, and this was delivered by Environatural Corporation Vice President Mr. Dennies
Ladia. 2.) A hands-on workshop on the making of shampoo and conditioner bars was conducted by Ms.
Vermilla Sarmiento, also from Environatural Corporation, and this was participated in by the attendees. 3.) A
lecture on how to start business and be compliant with regulatory agencies such as Food and Drug
Administration (FDA), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Local Government Unit (LGU) was
delivered by CCIP Executive Vice President for Internal Affairs Ms. Dina Estacio.
In photo from left (standing): Jon Rueca of Lamoiyan
Corporation, VP Elaine Ladera of Migo Skin Inc., VP Camille
Buenaventura of Suarez Metaplas Industries Inc, Heminia
Mendoza-GK Sibol Coordination, VP Trina Aquino of VMV
Hypoallergnics, EVP Dina Estacio of DJM Grandeur Corporation,
EVP Jocelyn Babaan of SGS Philippines Inc., Kimberly Niole Mas
of Soroptimist International of Corinthians
In photo from left (sitting): VP Victoria Villanueva of Rainiers
Research Dev’t Inst. Inc., Glenda Virtudes of Gawad Kalinga Las
Pinas, Bettina Nicole Reyes of Soroptimist International of
Corinthians, Pres. Emil Virtudes of LEAN Processes Inc. and Jose
Miguel Gervasio of Environatural Corporation.
The participants of the livelihood training program were very grateful and appreciative of the learning’s they gathered during the seminar. There was an active exchange of questions from the participants and answers
from the resource speakers during the open forum.
President Mr. Emil Virtudes, Executive Vice President Ms. Jocelyn Babaan and Vice President Victoria Villanueva
of Livelihood Training Program led the awarding of plaques of appreciation to the CCIP community organization partners and resource speakers; they also received special gifts from the Perfect Skin Beauty
Products and Mariz Ventures Corporation. The participants on the other hand, were awarded certificates of
attendance and products from Environatural Corporation, Refinette Cosmetics Manufacturing Corporation and Skin Magical Beauty Products.
The program would have not been completed without the inspirational messages from Ms. Bettina Reyes,
President of Soroptimist International of Corinthians, Ms. Glenda Virtudes partnership coordinator of Gawad Kalinga Las Pinas and Mr. Emil Virtudes President of CCIP.
The event was truly a success because of the concerted effort by the livelihood committee members namely: Victoria Villanueva, Vice President of Livelihood Training Program; Jon Rueca of Lamoiyan Corporation and
Jacqueline Lim of First Asia Manufacturing Corporation who acted as hosts during the program and other CCIP Board of Trustees Vice President Elaine Ladera, Vice President Camille Buenaventura, Vice President
Trina Aquino, Vice President Edwina Villarosa and the CCIP Secretariat Melissa Bas.
REGULATORY AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
AFFAIRS Cosmetics industry representatives namely CCIP President Mr. Emil
Virtudes, CCIP EVP for Internal Affairs Ms. Dina Estacio and PSCS
President Ms. Michelle Palaca had a meeting with ACSB Secretary
Ms. Eeme Datu last June 10, 2019 in Alabang, Muntinlupa City in
preparation for the 30th ASEAN Cosmetic Scientific Body (ACSB),
ASEAN Cosmetic Committee (ACC) and 13th ASEAN Cosmetic
Testing Laboratory Committee (ACTLC).
Philippine delegates attended the 30th ASEAN
Cosmetic Scientific Body (ACSB), ASEAN Cosmetic
Committee (ACC) and 13th ASEAN Cosmetic Testing
Laboratory Committee (ACTLC) in Nay Pyi Taw,
Myanmar last June 18-21, 2019.
The Food and Drug Administration Center for Cosmetics
Research and Regulation (FDA-CCRR) chaired an industry
meeting last June 11, 2019 in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, to
discuss industry concerns that will be tackled in the ASEAN
CCIP REPRESENTATION and SUPPORT
Last June 13, 2019, CCIP handed over a cheque to the
Hope for Lupus Foundation founded by Usec. Emmeline
Aglipay-Villar. CCIP organized the Hope for Lupus
Charity Golf Tournament last March 6, 2019 at
theTagaytay Midlands Golf Club to help raise funds to
support individuals battling lupus, an auto-immune
In photo from left to right: VP Edwina Villarosa, Treas. Carmencita Abelardo, Pres. Emil Virtudes, Usec. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar and her daughter, Emma Therese Villar.
The CCIP Board of Trustees had a meeting with PLDT SME
Group, a long-time supporter of the Chamber. A MOA for the
partnership was signed last June 13, 2019.
In photo from left (standing): Derick Tizon of PLDT, VP Diego
Buenaflor, Armie Sason of PLDT, Pam See of PLDT, VP Elaine Ladera,
VP Trina Aquino, VP Edwina Villarosa, VP Camille Buenaventura and
Treas. Carmencita Abelardo.
In photo from left (sitting): Debbie Ledesma of PLDT, Anthony
Radovan, Pres. Emil Virtudes and EVP for Internal Affairs Dina
CCIP Pres. Emil Virtudes attended the grand
opening of the Korea- ASEAN Free Trade
Agreement Support Center last June 25,
2019 at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel. The
main objective of the Korea-ASEAN FTA is to
eliminate tariffs on almost all traded
products between Korea and the ASEAN.
The agreement was signed last August 24,
2006 and implemented in June 2007.
PhilExport President, Mr. Sergio Ortiz-Luis
Jr., was also present in the event.
CCIP Pres. Emil Virtudes supported CCIP partner, UBM
Exhibition Philippines, in the International Fire and Security
Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC) Opening Ceremony at the
SMX Convention Center last June 13, 2019.
Pres. Emil Virtudes had a chance to meet Undersecretary for
Public Safety Mr. Nestor F. Quinsay Jr. of the Department of
Local Government Unit (DILG).