Green Chemistry


Green Chemistry
Satisfy the demand for organic ingredients.
Today's consumers know their ingredients. Studies have shown that many facial users look for specific features. At the top of the list were natural ingredients with ecological credentials.1 People are particularly concerned about the impact of chemicals on their toiletries on their health, as well as the condition of their skin and hair. As more and more people say they want to change their lifestyles so that the planet benefits, consumers also seek the tranquility associated with environmentally friendly products.
In addition, consumers are becoming increasingly ideological in their purchase preferences, and tend to identify personally with the brand's philosophies that reflect ethical and environmentally friendly values. Therefore, brands that really want to claim respect for the environment must adopt a completely natural approach, putting sustainable development at the center of each step of the acquisition process, from production methods to packaging.

Adopt a sustainable approach to science.

Natural products respect the principles of green chemistry and aim to meet the growing consumer demand for organic and ethical ingredients.

Where science and nature meet
Consumers may be attracted to natural and long-lasting ingredients, but they also want effective skin care products.2 DSM understands these requirements, as illustrated in its new formulation to fight the dilated pores of the face and skin. age spots Our researchers were inspired by hydroxystearic acid, widely used in fermented and healthy Asian foods, and produced through a biotechnological process that meets the high standards of sustainability of DSM and the principles of green chemistry. BEAUACTIVE® also comes with a complete scientific justification and proven results.

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