Tag: cosmetics

New arrival in biobased baby care, but Amyris isn’t only one turning to skin care

New arrival in biobased baby care, but Amyris isn’t only one turning to skin care

September 7, 2019 |

In California,  Amyris has a new baby in town. Babies are booming with about 250 babies born every minute on the planet, and clean and green baby care demand is booming along with it as parents and caregivers are more aware of toxic chemicals and questionable ingredients in cosmetics and skin care. Amyris knows this […]

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Covestro launches biobased polyurethane film formers for cosmetic industry

Covestro launches biobased polyurethane film formers for cosmetic industry

January 13, 2019 |

In Germany, Covestro will present its new Baycusan eco series of biobased polyurethane film formers for the first time in France at the Cosmetagora trade fair in Paris on January 15 and 16. The first product in the series, Baycusan eco E 1000, consists of almost 60 percent renewable raw materials and may be labeled […]

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Cosmetics Would Now Get 100% Bio-Based Containers

Cosmetics Would Now Get 100% Bio-Based Containers

October 6, 2016 |

In the Netherlands, the new 100% bio-based cosmetic containers were presented during the 2nd Bio-based Business Event at the Emmtec Industry & Businesspark in Emmen on the 22nd of September, 2016. The containers that were produced from BioPET100 was a product of a partnership between Dutch SME’s and universities in the country The aromatic building […]

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POS Bio-Sciences upgrades to serve bio-based cosmetics, nutraceuticals, food supplement and bio-fuels industries

POS Bio-Sciences upgrades to serve bio-based cosmetics, nutraceuticals, food supplement and bio-fuels industries

December 12, 2011 |

In Canada, new solvent-recovery equipment is being installed at POS Bio- Sciences to improve its capacity to help Canadian industry and international clients bring new bio-based oil ingredients to market. POS will assist clients from the cosmetics, nutraceuticals, food supplement and biofuels industries. The federal and provincial governments each contributed $130,500 through the Canada-Saskatchewan Western […]

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