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Solazyme presents new microalgae-derived oil for skincare products

Solazyme, a global producer of innovative microalgae-based ingredients and oils, presented its latest innovations at the Latin-American edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit, held on the 28th and 29th of September in São Paulo.

Solazyme highighted its new oil for the personal care industry at the (...)

Solazyme highighted its new oil for the personal care industry at the Latin-American edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit. Photo: © Solazyme

In the occasion, Solazyme highighted its new oil for the personal care industry: the Golden Chrorella oil. Used as an ingredient in skincare products, it provides improved hydration, texture, UV protection and skin regeneration with anti-aging properties. Also fit for use in hair care products formulas, Golden Chrorella has other benefits, such as better frizz control, improved shine, and hair strengthening and restoration. It is also an ingredient with neutral color and smell, as well as highly stable which brings improved product shelf life.

It is important to highlight that Solazyme Microalgae Oils are produced through an industrial fermentation process, which combines the oil-producing algae and vegetable sugars to make high-purity oils, with performance advantages and made in a sustainable and responsible manner”, explains Celine Schiff-Deb, Head of Personal Care Products for Solazyme, will be one of the speakers at the event. According to her, these differential characteristics have attracted many important Hygiene and personal care companies. “Among our clients are companies known for innovation and internationally recognized for sustainability efforts. They are partners like Unilever, Natura, and Basf, who’ve supported us for acknowledging what we bring to the Market is unique.

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