MICROPLASTICS – DANGEROUS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, UNNECESSARY IN COSMETICS

Plastic makes its way into all areas of our lives including many everyday objects, particularly packaging, where it is mainly superfluous.

Anisic Acid – How to work with this easy to use natural multifunctional

Anisic Acid is a powerful antimicrobial against yeasts and molds at a skin-neutral pH value of 5.5. Originating from Star Anise, our Cosphaderm® pAS natural is sourced from 100% natural and sustainable sources and COSMOS-approved. See all the outstanding characteristics and the easiest workflow of this powerful natural multifunctional in this video.

Cosphaderm® Xanthan Gums – vegan, clear and easy to use, for a smooth skin feeling

Xanthan Gums are essential for various cosmetic products. In our video, we will show how you can achieve a vegan product, crystal-clear fluid, great skin feeling and perfect solubility.

Cosphaderm® Magnolia Extract 98 – Video Tutorial for easy-to-use workflows

See in this video, how easy to use versatile Cosphaderm® Magnolia Extract is.

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Hyaluronic acid: A popular anti-aging agent

Hyaluronic acid is a popular agent against wrinkles and other concomitant effects of the aging process, and sometimes the most frequently used. The substance is produced naturally by the body, which makes it a very tolerable Active.

RSPO – Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil

Palm Oil is the world’s most important vegetable oil. In 2015 approximately 59 million tons were produced on 17 million hectare farm ground. Largest producers are Indonesia, Malaysia, Columbia and Nigeria, whereas, largest importers are India, the EU and China. The oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) grows in wet tropical regions.

Magnolia Extract: Traditional Chinese Medicine meets Science Based Natural Cosmetics

For more than 2000 years, Magnolia Extract has been an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. However, the beneficial active components magnolol and honokiol, which are extracted from the bark of Magnolia officinalis in a sustainable process, are also very interesting in terms of use for product protection or as active ingredients for cosmetics.

How to identify natural cosmetics

There are countless manufacturers of cosmetic products. As well as big, well-known brands, there are also an increasing number of private labels and other new, small labels, which often promise to make everything better. It seems impossible for consumers to keep track. This is especially the case if you also attach importance to products that are supposed to be very natural.