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ID Bio Launches Natural Cosmetic Ingredients in its TitrExtract® Range

Published on 2012-05-15. Author : SpecialChem

To answer at best the new European cosmetics regulation that will come into force in 2013, ID bio has extended its range of titrated extracts (TitrExtract®).

In 2013, cosmetic brands will have to prove that the products contain the ingredients listed in the packaging. That is the main reason why ID bio has decided to launch the range TitrExtract® last year and to extend it at in-cosmetics Barcelona with 3 new references. Indeed, with those standardized extracts ID bio offers ingredients in which an active molecule has been identified and can be measured in the final products.

TitrExtract Chamomile: It is a restorative and soothing chamomile extract titrated in bisabolol oxide. This extract is ideal for body care for damaged skins, restorative balm for babies, calming shampoo for irritated scalp, cream for fragilized hands and nails, soothing after-sun cream etc.

Native to Eastern Europe and Western Asia, German chamomile abundantly grows in the country, on the road sides and in dry meadows of temperate regions. The 'compasionate composite', also called wild chamomile or scented mayweed, offers small flowers with various white petals and a golden yellow heart.

TitrExtract Sweet Clover: It is anti-redness and vasoprotective sweet clover extract titrated in coumarin. This extract can be incorporated in BB creams, anti-dark circles cares, protective fluids for reactive skins, unifying day creams, anti-rosaceae skin care, cleansing anti-redness milk etc.

Sweet clover is an herbaceous European plant that belongs to the Fabaceae (Papilionaceae) family and grows on country roads and slopes of temperate regions. It looks like white clover and offers on its fluted stem, dark green leaves and small yellow sweet-scented flowers, gathered in elongated clusters.

TitrExtract Witch Hazel: It is a purifying and astringent witch hazel extract titrated in proanthocyanidins (expressed as procyanidin B2). This extract can be used for formulation of cleansing foam for mixed skins, deodorant cream, young skins cares, matifying & unifying care etc.

Virginia witch hazel is a perennial shrub of the Hamamelidaceae family that has always been used in traditional medicine to make dyes as well as ointments. American Indians, in their time, have yet detected the medicinale proprieties of this plant and used it to heal minor injuries or to alle-viate eczema.

TitrExtract® Raw material range is certified by ECOCERT Greenlife according to the ECOCERT Standards for Natural and Organic Cosmetics.

Meanwhile, ID bio also offers a new in vivo test on Melan'oWhite, its lightening and unifying active ingredients launched a few months ago.

This active ingredient was known to unify complexion and to make it brighter. Now, formulating with Melan'oWhite will help you to offer a complete lightening active that also significantly reduces pigmentary spots. This action has been proved with a new in vivo study which has been carried out on Asian volunteers and shows significant results after 28 days (-5,4 % of area / -3,3% of perimeter) and confirmed after 56 days (-5,5 % of area / -5,0% of perimeter) with only one daily application.

About ID Bio

Since its creation in 1993, ID Bio is devoted to serve its clients for the diagnostic and the cosmetic industry. They are a preferential interlocutor for custom-built raw materials thanks to the satisfaction of clients' demands, through advice and quality.

Source: ID Bio


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