Green Cosmetics

The term "green" has become synonymous with "organic" or "healthy" in advanced Promotions. Many businesses rely on petrochemical fixes made from petrol, a non-renewable and financially risky resource. BHA and BHT, coal tar colours, formaldehyde-releasing additives, aluminium, and dibutyl phthalate are examples of chemicals that threaten the environment and human health.

Bio-based oleochemicals, on the other hand, are derived from renewable plant and microscopic organism sources, and are at the heart of the green cosmetics movement. Natural oils, agricultural plants, and bacteria are some examples of frequent sources of oleo compounds in combination with any conceivable sources. Fatty acids, castor oil, coconut oil, and phenoxyethanol are commonly found in green laboratories.

Tracks:

  • Natural extracts
  • Organic therapies
  • Organic Products
  • Sustainable cosmetics

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