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Ingredients & formulation

Clariant increases and completes its portfolio of natural actives

On the occasion of the latest in-cosmetics Brazil trade show, Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, announced a cooperation agreement with Korean company BioSpectrum and showcased new natural actives.

The agreement with Biospectrum allows Clariant to extend and complement its portfolio functional actives derived from Asian natural products and exotic plant extracts. They consist in products sourced from the Eastern diversity that generate proven benefits for humans.

Based in South Korea, BioSpectrum has operations in several countries and has a recognized experience in the research and development of natural raw materials for use in products for skin and hair care products.

New natural actives

During in-cosmetics, Clariant also presented three new natural actives for face and body creams:

BioDTox: A natural active derived from Citrus, Broccoli and Aloe. The active assists and stimulates the body in the "detoxification" process and improve the skin’s natural protection against environmental stresses. Its main fields of application are facial skincare creams.

VageStop: A natural active from cauliflower mushroom extract (Sparassis Crispa). It works as a protection of the cells’ DNA while minimizing damage caused by sun exposure. Its main applications are lotions and creams.

AkebiSol: A natural active derived from a plant called "akebia quinata". It has several properties, including the prevention of skin’s aging. Its main applications are facial treatment creams.

Vegetal extracts

During the event, Clariant also promoted 12 plant extracts based on the diversity of oriental plants. Among the raw materials are: ginseng, goji berries, mushrooms, green tea. Besides traditional moisturizing benefits, they add new functionalities to hair and skin creams.

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