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Lessonia Audits Bio Cellulose Suppliers to Assure Quality of Masks

Published on 2017-03-20. Author : SpecialChem

Lessonia has audited the main bio cellulose’s suppliers of the market recently, concerned about offering the best quality of masks to its customers in Europe.

Lessonia Audits Bio Cellulose Suppliers to Assure Mask Quality
Lessonia Audits Bio Cellulose Suppliers
to Assure Mask Quality

Bio Cellulose Masks for Cosmetic Industry


Sheet masks appear as the new trendy product of the cosmetic industry. Unmissable in Asia, democratized in Europe and in the United States by Sephora, L’Oréal, Dr Jart+ or Estée Lauder, they attract more customers everyday.

More and more brands turn to the bio cellulose to make their masks: a fabric coming from biotechnology, but which remains a living material, difficult to manage and which has already led to some sanitary scandals regarding manufacturing methods. In particular, problems of mould, due to non-compliance with hygiene and packaging rules.

At the forefront on the masks market in Europe and concerned about offering the best quality to its customers, Lessonia has audited the main bio cellulose’s suppliers of the market with the constant objective to control the whole production chain.

Results of Audit


Among the multiple suppliers of bio cellulose located in Malaysia, Vietnam or Indonesia, it clearly appears that they are not all capable to answer to the quality, hygiene and traceability cosmetic industry’s requirements.

The bio cellulose is sometimes produced in a ‘traditional’ way, that could without any surprise explain the cause of moulds found in some masks. Lessonia has concluded a contract with 2 of those suppliers, especially the producer of the biggest Korean cosmetic brands.

After concluding a contract with 2 suppliers, Lessonia can commit to the quality of its products:

Lessonia offers 2 types of bio cellulose for face sheet masks manufacturing:

  • Wet bio cellulose: preservative-free treatments without gamma rays.
  • Dry cellulose: brings the maximum of safety and enables to soak more actives.

Lessonia is one of the European companies with the expertize to:

  • Conceive products
  • Manage the regulatory file
  • Manufacture serums or lotions
  • Customize packaging
  • Pack the masks locally

A customizable offer:

  • Lessonia offers 4 types of fabrics to answer to the different needs of the market: Lyocell, non-woven cotton, Black Oak Detox (black fabric), bio cellulose.
  • Lessonia also offers a range of 4 serums: anti-aging, moisturizing, brightening, eyes contour.

Industrial capacity:

  • 2 automatic packaging lines
  • Production capacity: 10 000 000 per year.

About Lessonia

Lessonia is a company which deals with the ingredients manufacturing and the custom manufacture of brands’ cosmetic products. Lessonia is known for its unique know-how in the contract-manufacturing of body and face products. This expertise is built on a synergy of skills in each of the following trades: Formulation, Manufacturing, Filling and Packing, Quality and Regulatory monitoring.

The diversity of its technologies and equipments associated with the flexibility of our teams enable us to adapt ourselves to the specificities of each customer’s order. Its approach integrates the respect of GMP, pillars of the European cosmetic regulation.

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