in-cosmetics Global 2020 Barcelona
Cosun Beet Company – Biobased Experts is an exhibitor at in-Cosmetics Global 2020, the leading exhibition for personal care ingredients in the world (Barcelona 31 March – 2 April).
During the in-Cosmetics you can discover our plant-based multifunctional ingredients for hair care, skin care and shower products. You can rely on us to provide you with sustainable solutions for your formulations, whether you are producing hair shampoo, conditioners, moisturizers, prebiotics or are looking for a rheology modifier. In this way you can continue to meet the demands of your consumers who are becoming increasingly eco-conscious. After all, it’s you that listens and responds to their demand for eco-friendlier products.
Our ingredients are available in a wide range of pH values and easy to blend for countless personal care products. And naturally, you can rest assured that they’re all preservative-free, certified, and biodegradable. In short, they’re a full-fledged alternative to oil-based materials.
Discover the full potential of our products and talk to our personal care experts on booth AM 16. You can also discover our newest formulation/product in the Innovation Zone.
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