Gräfe Chemie GmbH – Amylomer for Skin

Gräfe Chemie GmbH – Amylomer for Skin

We are thrilled to highlight how Gräfe Chemie’s Amylomer range benefits the skin.  Amylomers are liquid additives made from potato starch. Only the smallest amount of these ingredients is needed to create excellent skin and hair conditioning performance.   Choosing Amylomer products allows formulators to modify and simultaneously improve their formulations…

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Cosphatec’s Webinar Wednesday – Natural Actives

Cosphatec’s Webinar Wednesday – Natural Actives

We are pleased to announce that for next weeks’ #WebinarWednesday (25th May), Cosphatec will be highlighting the topic of Natural Actives.  Key points include: The influence of molecular weight on Hyaluronic acid – knowing which Cosphaderm® Sodium Hyaluronate to use and when. Cosphaderm VBE – the effective warming agent and microcirculation enhancer and its…

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IN-COSMETICS 2022: WHAT’S NEW?

IN-COSMETICS 2022: WHAT’S NEW?

Welcome to our in-cosmetics 2022; what’s new email. After two years of virtual exhibitions and online meetings, we are excited to be attending in-cosmetics again in person. We are exhibiting in Paris and you can find us on Stand T58,where we will be promoting our Cetpro range.  Our team will be…

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Introducing – Cargill Beauty

Introducing – Cargill Beauty

In December 2020, through acquisition, Floratech became a Cargill company. Having worked with Floratech for many years, we are excited that Cargill has chosen us as their UK and Ireland partner for the entire Cargill Beauty Range. Alongside the Floratech range, Cargill Beauty’s portfolio consists of texturisers, emollients, emulsifiers and…

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Cosphatec’s Webinar Wednesday is BACK! 🎉

Cosphatec’s Webinar Wednesday is BACK! 🎉

Back by popular demand our partner, Cosphatec, have a NEW lecture to add to their webinar series ‘Alternative Preservation of Cosmetic Products.’  Next week’s Webinar Wednesday (23rd March) is Water in Oil Emulsions: Hints and Pitfalls.  Key points include: Differences between W/O and O/W. Reliability of Challenge Testing. Suitable Antimicrobials. Formulation tips. Each session lasts about 20-30…

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