Why Natural Oils in Cosmetics are Important
Taking care of your skin is the key to achieving a healthy and rejuvenated look. With the help of natural additives and oils, cosmetic products can benefit both skin and hair. The cosmetics industry is always changing based on current trends and the latest remedies, but popular natural and essential oils enhance products and reduce the need for harmful ingredients.
Understanding Natural Oils
Natural oils are appreciated across cosmetic products for their moisturizing and healing properties to both skin and hair.
Popular Natural Oils in Cosmetics
Organic and unrefined oils are the purest options for the consumer's face, skin, and hair. When combining ingredients into original cosmetic products, the following natural oils provide positive results:
It is found as a solid, but it melts on contact with skin. Including shea butter in soaps and other cosmetic products protects and moisturizes the skin and hair for a smoother finish.
Almond oil contains Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E that promote healing. In cosmetic products, this ingredient helps your skin look smooth, soft, and free of fine lines.
Using jojoba oil in shampoos and conditioners helps eliminate hair frizz and tangles. The ingredient strengthens hair strands from the root down to the ends.
WHY INCLUDE NATURAL OILS IN COSMETICS
Natural oils come from the earth, producing desirable cosmetic results naturally. Natural oils in cosmetics take on the form of lip balms, eyeliners, soaps, shampoos, conditioners, lotions, sunscreens, and more. Aside from skin and hair care benefits, these additives provide pleasant scents to consumers throughout the day.
WORKING WITH BRENNTAG TO HELP YOUR CUSTOMERS
At Brenntag, we are committed to connecting businesses with leading manufacturers around the world. Developing long-lasting partnerships for our customers, we are the one-stop-shop for raw material solutions.
If your business is interested in using natural oils within your personal care market, be sure to contact our team for more information about our products and services. With over 190 distribution locations, Brenntag connects chemistry both locally and globally.
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