Sustainable ingredients in the spotlight at in-cosmetics Global

Sustainable ingredients in the spotlight at in-cosmetics Global

Innovation was on the agenda throughout the three days of the event which was held from 05 to 07 April in Paris, where the naturalness and the sustainability cosmetic ingredients were two major themes, alongside trends associated with holistic beauty.

Among the many novelties presented by the exhibitors, Gatteditch thus unveiled Solastemis, its new plant-based active ingredient. Designed to offer brands, particularly in dermo-cosmetics, a powerful active ingredient to protect the skin from UV rays, it meets the growing needs of consumers concerned about the health of their skin. On his side, Symrise has launched its latest innovation dedicated to product protection: Hydrolite 8 green – the first high quality 100% bio-based pure caprylyl glycol launched on the cosmetics market.

Another example, Prunizen of Clariant Natural Ingredients, a new natural feel good active ingredient that helps combat stress-induced hair loss, improve hair vitality and density, and restore balance to the scalp. In parallel, Vantage Personal Care presented a brand new formulation platform offering a wide range of traceable, sustainable and high-impact ingredients – a strong expectation of today’s consumer actors.

Dow also unveiled five new technologies from its ECOllaboration Concepts collection designed to meet the growing demand for sustainable and inclusive solutions. Among these new products, four are dedicated to skin and hair applications. The group also introduced a series of six new products, including: MaizeCare Clarity Polymer – a unique corn-based ingredient that helps create crystalline styling products; Dowsil 979 Emulsion for shampoos, conditioners, and leave-in products, and EcoSmooth Rice Husk Cometic Powder, a recycled white silica powder designed to be added to a wide range of skin care formulations, make-up products and cosmetics. capillaries.

Sustainability: the next beauty revolution

With a focus on sustainability, this edition of in-cosmetics Global also highlighted the steps taken by the beauty industry to reduce its environmental impact through ingredients and formulation methods. Sponsored by AAK, the Sustainability Corner also returned this year, to provide attendees with an overview of the latest advances and achievements in sustainable cosmetics.

As environmental issues increasingly preoccupy them, it is best that consumers should take another perspective on sustainability and ingredients. The Sustainability Corner offers a summary of the best products presented by the exhibitors, is thus a source of inspiration in terms of sustainability explained Hélène Villecroze, Eco Design Manager, Chanel Parfums Beauté during her visit to the show.

For Agatha Bernedot, product development manager at Fresh: “ The Sustainabiliy Corner made me realize that there are some great sustainability solutions out there and I plan to use them to spur our formulation team. It is a delicate subject, and it is difficult to completely satisfy the consumer while being natural and sustainable. »

Other important poles of attraction of the fair: theInnovation Zone, sponsored by Ashland; the Sensory Bar, sponsored by IMCD, with its new and invigorating sensations; and the multiple innovations in pigments and technologies presented in the Make-up Barsponsored by Lubrizol Life Science.

in-cosmetics Global’s interactive features are a great way to get a general overview of the latest innovations on a wide range of topics. I am particularly interested in the ingredients coming from nature and I could find a lot of interest », points out Florence L’Alloret, Innovation Project Manager at L’Oréal.

Next year, in-cosmetics Global will be held in Barcelona from March 28 to 30, 2023.

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