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Lessonia: A new range of decorative particles for skincare products

Lessonia expands its offer of natural ingredients for cosmetics with Piece of Nature, a new range of flowers petals and leaves designed to give a visible, original and colourful touch to products.

Based on a beautiful selection of flowers and leaves, this range of natural ingredients addresses the trend of botanical inclusions in cosmetic formulations. Indeed, over the lastest years, flowers have blossomed in many types of skincare products: massage oils, dry oils, shower gels, cleansers, lotions, creams, masks, shampoos…

With Piece of Nature, the French supplier offers 100% natural solutions to brands that wish to emphasis the naturalness of their products in a visible way. “The use of decorative particles enables the creation of playful cosmetic products thanks to the diversity of colours and shapes available,” explains the French company.

Furthermore, Lessonia offers customized consultancy services to help each brand in the choice of best decorative particles fitting their specific projects. “Regarding the type of desired formula, different constraints could emerge when using decorative particles. Lessonia is able to give a specific support about formulation, stability and packing,” adds Lessonia.

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