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Fermentation, is a natural factory powerhouse fueled by microbes, that give the ability to produce ingredients with new properties.
While natural ingredients bring us closer to nature and its processes, we rely heavily on natural resources that are in decline due to over-consumption. An alternative solution is to use synthesised naturals –natural ingredients that can be grown and cultivated in a lab, such as micro algae, fermented yeasts and bacteria – which offer a more sustainable alternative to synthetic and farmed ingredients. (Stylus, 2021).
No land is compromised for making crops for ingredients to be extracted, no fresh water is needed to aid the process and microbes can be used over and over again.
|AlgaPur™ High Stability High Oleic (HSHO) Algae Oil||Lubrizol||microalgae originally sourced from the sap of a chestnut tree||Natural oil, emollient, skincare active|
|Kelco-Care™ diutan gum||Lubrizol||Microbial fermentation||Rheology modifier|
|ERYLITE F8030 FINE||Jungbunzlauer||Microbial fermentation of a carbohydrate substrate||Emollient, humectant|
|Arbalon™ R-50 cellulose liquid||Lubrizol||Eco-friendly cellulose liquid derived from microbial fermentation||Rheology modifier|
|HyaCare® 50||Evonik||Fermentation-derived hyaluronic acid||Skincare active, emollient|
|LACTIC ACID 80%||Jungbunzlauer||Fermentation of natural carbohydrates||pH adjuster|
Monday, 16 August 2021