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Easier Formulating with Natural and Organic Ingredients

SpecialChem / Nick Morante – Sep 8, 2010

Formulating with natural and organic ingredients and being able to create an organic formulation is becoming so much easier. This is because the availability of natural and certified organic ingredients is much wider that it has ever been in past years. As years go by with more and more ingredient suppliers being able to source many more certified materials (either by USDA, EcoCert or any of the other recognized certifying bodies), the cosmetics industry is seeing many more products with “organic” labels on them. The best place to see this growth of the natural ingredient sector is at trade shows like Supplier’s Day which is run by The New York Chapter of The Society of Cosmetic Chemists. There are offshoots of this show at some of the other local chapters but the New York show is the leader when it comes to showing off the newest and highly sought after natural and organic ingredients. The selection of natural ingredients fits every market segment in the cosmetics and personal care industry from treatment to hair care and even color cosmetics. Waxes, oils, humectants, moisturizers, preservatives, active ingredients and almost every ingredient in between have found its natural counterpart. This makes formulating all-natural or certified organic products much easier without the worry of misbranding because only one or two ingredients in the formula were organic as was the practice in the past. Now almost every ingredient can be certified organic but the entire formula has the potential of being comprised of all natural or vegetable derived ingredients...

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