OnScent and its partners present 5 natural and sustainable fragrances and ingredients

OnScent and its partners Forest Wise and Microphyt showcased their natural fragrances and cosmetic ingredients.

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Featured ingredients include:

  • OliPearls (INCI: not provided): A natural cosmetic ingredient recycled from olive oil production. It is a viscosity modifier that provides stability in formulations with an aesthetic feel. It can easily turn oils into butter.
  • Ximenia seed oil (INCI: Not Provided): This oil is soriginates from southern Africa and is featured in OnScent’s foot scrubs. OnScent works directly with its partner Kupanda to have 100% traceability on this ingredient. This oil has been shown to test well with anti-pollution benefits and desired product feel. According to the company, the smooth feeling is one of the main reasons it markets this oil as an alternative to natural silicone for use in skin care, hair care and emulsions.

Additionally, OnScent showcased innovations in partnership with Microphyt and Forest Wise.

The innovations presented by Microphyt were:

  • Renewal (INCI: Glycerin (and) Water (Aqua) (and) Porphyridium Cruentum Excerpt): A Water-soluble biomimetic ingredient 100% of natural origin from red microalgae that protects the skin from the harmful effects of UV rays and pollution. Rich in phycoerythrin and exopolysaccharides, this active ingredient evens out and evens out the complexion and can easily be added to anti-aging or sun care to protect the skin from daily environmental aggressions.
  • Luteana (INCI: Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (and) Plankton Extract (and) Tocopherol): A Patented ingredient 100% of fat-soluble natural origin to soothe and rebalance sensitive skin. It uses an original cosmetic approach that targets the neuro-immuno-cutaneous system, destabilized in case of sensitive skin. Derived from Tahitian golden microalgae, this active ingredient uses an integrative approach to relieve sensitive skin and improve well-being.

Finally, Forest Wise promoted its illipe butter, which has the characteristics of cocoa butter and which is organic, fair trade and sustainable.

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George Rich, Sales Manager of the fragrance division at OnScent said: “Natural fragrances are a growing demand in the market. To OnScent, we have expanded our specialization in natural fragrances. We focus on growing the presence of natural ingredients in our fragrance solutions. For example, at the Supplier’s Day event, we showcased our natural fragrances in a body butter and a foot scrub. These products have also been enhanced with OnScent’s natural cosmetic ingredients. Natural elements bring both functionality and durability to the products.”

“Visitors to OnScent at Supplier Day have repeatedly complimented our natural fragrance sample solutions,” said Francesca Muia, Vice President of nnatural cosmetics division of OnScent. “I attribute this to the exceptional quality of ingredients that produce aromatic notes in combination with the ability of OnScent’s technical perfumers to enhance the scent with other ingredients from our natural fragrance palette. OnScent global sources of natural cosmetic ingredients, seeking reputable partners from all parts of the world. We demand full traceability and the highest quality from our suppliers to enable sustainable solutions and a transparent supply chain for our customers.”

“We are a French bioactive company with specialized expertise in the development of natural ingredients from microalgae,” said Nora Vandamme, business developer and Cyrielle Houdin, cosmetics marketing manager, both Microphyte. “At Supplier’s Day, alongside our American partner OnScentwe promote Renewala water-soluble product that protects the skin from UV rays and pollution, and Luteana an oil-soluble product designed for sensitive skin.”

“Although registered in the Netherlands, Forest Wise sustainably produces natural ingredients in our own factory in Borneo, Indonesia,” said Richard Keyes, Forest Wise Sales Manager. “What sets us apart from other companies that make oils, butters and sugars is our wild harvesting approach. This method helps prevent deforestation by increasing the economic value of the remaining rainforest. turn to conserving wildlife and biodiversity, but local communities to generate income while conserving their habitat. We call it #RainforestValue (this is the hashtag we promote).”

Keyes continued, “It helps our customers in a number of ways. Most of the time, this provides excellent opportunities for sourcing high-quality ingredients. Our ingredients are fully traceable and sustainable. In short, we leave the rainforest intact. This allows our customers to manufacture specific and authentic products with product claims in terms of biodiversity, organic or fair trade certifications, contribution to the preservation of the forest, etc. In the United States, we have partnered with OnScent about a year ago. We have specifically chosen them according to the adequacy of their values ​​with ours and it is going well!

Donovan B. Sanford