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With water demand set to outweigh supply by 40% by 2030, and set to increase by 55% by 2050, the Cosmetics industry must embrace change to counteract the consequences. What’s more, water use has grown globally at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century - what will this look like in another century?
Currently, the average skincare product contains between 60-85% water, and the average shampoo contains 80%. To minimise this, there are a range of alternative formats formulators can utilise to reduce water usage in cosmetics products.
Here at Surfachem, we have explored a range of formats and created our own Water(less) concept.
*Please note these links will only work for the region indicated
|Formulations* (UK)||Formulations* (International)||Water Content|
|Sugar Glow Scrub||Sugar Glow Scrub||0% water|
|Pre-Shampoo Treatment||N/A||0% water|
|All Wash Bar||All Wash Bar||0% water|
|Transforming Face Wash||Transforming Face Wash||0% water|
|Indulgent Hand Wash||Indulgent Hand Wash||<2% water|
|Luxurious Body Lather||Luxurious Body Lather||0% water|
Wednesday, 17 March 2021