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Personal care and cosmetic products have never been in higher demand, especially products that serve purposes beyond enhancing aesthetics. Consumers are eager to spend their money on moisturisers, shampoos, and cosmetic merchandise that simultaneously hydrate, strengthen, and heal. Of course, it takes a great deal of experimentation and research to create these multi-purpose products, the excitement of a new range can diminish in a flash if your product doesn’t work or worse, isn’t stable. This accentuates the importance of working with a knowledgable and experienced cosmetic chemist during the product development process.
The Role of Chemistry in Product Creation
The most popular cosmetic and body care products in the industry were not created accidentally. Quite the opposite: they were precisely and painstakingly formulated by cosmetic chemists with a deep understanding of the role of chemistry within product creation. A whitening toothpaste won’t whiten on its own, just as a moisturising lipstick won’t hydrate without the right ingredients. It is critical that the laws of chemistry are utilised during development to form a final product with the desired appearance, texture, and effect.
Finding the Right Cosmetic Chemist
Cosmetic chemists aren’t easy to find, as the specialty requires a comprehensive understanding of chemistry principles and cosmetic demands alike. To most people, terms like emulsion, surfactant, ester, emollient, hygroscopic, transepidermal, and turbidity are rather confusing, but to a cosmetic chemist, they are basic terms that are used every day during product development. Furthermore, cosmetic chemists understand the role of different active ingredients like alpha-hydroxy acids, salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, titanium dioxide, and avobenzone in serving purposes ranging from increasing collagen production in the skin, fighting acne, and protecting the skin from damaging UV rays.
Whatever a product needs to meet consumer demand, a cosmetic chemist is an expert who knows how to make it happen. Our professional cosmetic chemist at Aromatic Ingredients will work directly with your brand to create products that are perfect for your application, with liquid filling rooms to offer everything from essential oils to room sprays. We manage your product development, and manufacture or combine existing ingredients for your formulation. Our onsite laboratory and quality control department, as well as our full product development, testing, and manufacturing facilities, make it possible for our cosmetic chemist and production team to assist you in every way with your final product solutions.
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