Ingredients that sound just as good as they actually are

March 08, 2019

Ingredients that sound just as good as they actually are

Both brands and cosmetic chemists are loving the appeal of unique and interesting ingredients that not only work but sound amazing on product labels. With new buzz-worthy ingredients taking over social media in an instant the beauty industry is trending on these ingredients for not just their effectiveness but the hot names that are being promoted on product labels.

We listed just a few of the most perfect sounding ingredients being used today.

We listed just a few of the most perfect sounding ingredients being used today.

Hemp seed

The hemp industry in the United States is estimated to reach $1.8 billion by 2020. Products like oils, lotions and shampoos are among the list using this ingredient to reduce muscle fatigue, encourage skin cell renewal and minimise irritated skin conditions.

Moringa

Once used in nutrition products. Moringa is a rising star in the beauty industry due to its high protein and fatty acid content to help nourish hair, skin and nails. 

Hibiscus

Hibiscus has been known as the unicorn of the year because of its magical source of alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs). The chemical version of these types of acids are harsh to create smooth skin, but the natural version comes without the damaging effects.

Calendula

With anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits to treat skin infections like acne, dermatitis and eczema. Reducing the itch and redness to reveal beautiful and clear skin. 

Turmeric

The curcumin found in turmeric is the hot ingredient used to stabilise discolouration and replenish skin for the harsh oxidants found in our daily environment.  

the team at Aromatic Ingredients to help get your products to market before the ingredients you’ve chosen, loose their trendy title.

No matter what ingredient you’d like to see in your formulas, we have the staff to help make it happen. From conception through to manufacturing you can trust the team at Aromatic Ingredients to help get your products to market before the ingredients you’ve chosen, loose their trendy title.


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