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NEWS


Naturals in Cosmetic Science


The Society of Cosmetic Scientists (SCS) Annual Conference is one of the leading cosmetic science events in the calendar in the UK. Taking place online from 6 – 8 July, this online conference is a key platform for the exchange of new ideas and research discoveries in our industry. The event brings together


hundreds of people from all parts of the category, from formulation chemists to regulatory experts, academics to marketing managers and raw materials experts to packaging technologists. The theme of this year’s


conference is Naturals in Cosmetic Science – Saving Our Planet. For this event the SCS has brought together leading scientific experts


and opinion formers in the field to help attendees navigate through this very complex area. The aim is for people to leave the conference feeling excited and inspired to do more to promote environmental sustainability, but also to have solid scientific evidence and processes on which to base their actions. The cosmetics industry needs to change to meet environmental sustainability challenges. This conference will help cosmetic scientists deliver these changes. The programme for the event


and registration details can be found at www.scsannualconference. com. The Delegate fee starts from £60 (inc VAT).


Biodegradable rheology agent


Solvay has introduced a new biodegradable rheology agent, Rheozan BLC, a natural and ready-to-use liquid polymer solution that delivers high suspension power in the home and personal care products, yet without any impact on the formulation viscosity. “Solvay’s new Rheozan BLC


combines the best of science and nature. It is an innovative and flexible ingredient that leverages the full power of biotechnology with beneficial functions and excellent sustainability credentials,” said Jean-Guy Le Helloco, Global Vice President, Home and Personal Care at Solvay. “This COSMOS-certified ingredient enables new formulation possibilities and addresses the market demand


for biodegradable solutions, making it a win-win solution for formulators and consumers.” Rheozan BLC is derived from


grey biotechnology. Its synthesis is based on starch fermentation by carefully selected bacterial strains that generate very uniform cellulose fibres. When added to the home and personal care formulas, these nature- engineered fibres build a regular three-dimensional mesh, creating a highly effective suspension mechanism. It can suspend and stabilise visual cues such as pigments, natural exfoliating particles, perfume capsules, air bubbles, opacifier or emulsion, and insoluble agents such as zinc pyrithione or minerals.


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New biotech business unit


Apoena Biotech presents to the market its business unit for Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance (CT&F), becoming the 1st Brazilian company 100% dedicated to biotechnology for the sector. “It is a dynamic, innovative


US office opens


Sharon Laboratories has announced the first phase of their corporate footprint in North America. The startup of Sharon Labs USA complements the company’s organic growth strategy and a continuation of a focus to be closer to key regions. In 2019, Sharon Laboratories established their first regional European presence, currently led by Mohamed Essawi. North America was their next choice with the expanding demand for advanced green preservative systems. Laura Mills, recently joined Sharon Labs USA as business development manager, reporting to Naama Eylon, Vice President Personal Care. Sharon Laboratories


headquartered in Ashdod, Israel offers a wide range of innovative


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and patented preservative solutions for Personal Care, meeting the specific formulation challenges driven by the everchanging consumer preferences and regulatory concerns. Naama Eylon said: “The demand


for clean and more natural cosmetic ingredients is consistently growing, and preservatives are an important part of the equation. Our portfolio gives preservation options that translate into value added proven claims such as natural, natural-like and Free-From while delivering an enhanced performance. We look forward to work closer with our North American partners and customer. We are confident that it will further strengthen the link between the market needs and Sharon’s innovation.”


July 2021 PERSONAL CARE


sector and in permanent search for new trends and increasingly sensitive to new technologies that allow the creation and development of effective products, aligned with responsible consumption and production, boosting the sustainable economy,” said Bruno Carillo, managing director of Apoena Biotech.


“The control of biotech products


is in bioreactors where they are produced, following parameters of pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, among others, ensuring reproducibility, high quality standards and performance suitable for application as prebiotics, probiotics or postbiotics,” explains Juliana Nakayama, Bioprocess Manager at Apoena Biotech. The company’s portfolio proposal is entirely based on sustainable and proven ingredients.


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