Earlier this month, the management of CD Formulation announced the launch of active ingredients, antioxidants, and chelating chemicals for customers worldwide who are involved with cosmetic manufacturing and processing. These three types of chemicals are now available for use in the cosmetic industry as raw materials.

The cosmetics market has expanded dramatically over the past few decades. Among all varieties, natural and organic facial cosmetic products are preferred by the majority of consumers. Thereby, the manufacturers are now focusing on innovating facial cosmetics with natural ingredients.

“As a well-established supplier of excipients, we put quality and safety in the first place. We provide a full range of cosmetic ingredients, either its high-performance actives or unique functional ingredients, natural fragrances or some other sustainable alternatives,” said the Marketing Chief of CD Formulation.

Below are the offerings launched this month by CD Formulation:

Active Ingredients
Active ingredients in cosmetics refer to the efficacious ingredients of maintenance products and will be found in products such as sunscreen, whitening, anti-acne, or products claiming efficacy. Because active ingredients are considered to have drug allergy effects, the amount and specific effects of each active ingredient must comply with the regulations of the competent authorities. Active ingredients can be roughly classified into anti-acne ingredients, anti-dandruff ingredients, anticaries ingredients, antiperspirant ingredients, astringents, lip protectants, skin protectant ingredients, skin protectants, and sunscreens. Some of the active ingredients supplied by CD Formulation are: Turmeric, Charcoal, Retinol, Lavender, Resveratrol, Inosine, Formononetin, Rosemary Herb Extract, Aluminum Chlorohydrate, Titanium(IV) oxide, Sodium fluoride, Sodium fluorophosphate, Tin(II) fluoride, etc.

Antioxidant Cosmetic Chemicals
Antioxidants are important in any product that contains oils or other ingredients that are susceptible to oxidation. The use of antioxidants in balms, salves, lotions, and creams can increase the stability of the oil in the product, thereby extending the shelf life of the product. BHA, BHT (butylhydroxytoluene), TBHQ (tert-butylhydroquinone), and tocopherol are the most commonly used antioxidants. At CD Formulation, customers can easily find the following antioxidants: 4-Methoxyphenol (CAS 150-76-5), Alpha Tocopherol (CAS 10191-41-0), Arbutin (CAS 497-76-7), L-Ascorbic acid (CAS 50-81-7), Ascorbyl Palmitate (CAS 137-66-6), Asiaticoside (CAS 16830-15-2), Butylated hydroxytoluene (CAS 128-37-0), Caffeic Acid (CAS 331-39-5), Calcium L-ascorbate dihydrate (CAS 5743-28-2), Chlorogenic acid (CAS 327-97-9), L-Cysteine hydrochloride monohydrate (CAS 7048-04-6), (+)-α-Tocopherol acetate (CAS 58-95-7), Ellagic acid (CAS 476-66-4), Hydroxylamine hydrochloride (CAS 5470-11-1), L-Cysteine (CAS 52-90-4), and more.

Cosmetic Chelating Chemicals
Chelating agents can help extend the shelf life of cosmetic products and minimize environmental risks. When used in combination with antioxidants such as tocopherols, chelating agents help protect valuable ingredients such as unsaturated oils. Some of the chelating agents offered by CD Formulation are listed here: (1,2-Cyclohexylenedinitrilo)tetraacetic Acid, Reagent (CAS 125572-95-4), 2-Hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin (CAS 128446-35-5), (2-Hydroxypropyl)-γ-cyclodextrin (CAS 128446-34-4), Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (CAS 60-00-4), 8-Quinolinol hemisulfate salt (CAS 134-31-6), 8-Hydroxyquinoline (CAS 148-24-3), Humic acid (CAS 1415-93-6), Phytic acid solution (CAS 83-86-3), Methyl-β-cyclodextrin (CAS 128446-36-6), Mucic acid (CAS 526-99-8), Potassium D-gluconate (CAS 299-27-4), Citric acid trisodium salt (CAS 68-04-2), etc.

Please visit the website https://www.formulationbio.com/products/cosmetic-ingredients.html to explore more.

Author's Bio: 

Known for its robust expertise and profound professionalism, CD Formulation not only serves as a trust-won CRO service provider for pharmaceutical companies to solve drug formulation-related challenges, but also works as a famed supplier of a full range of excipients, cosmetic ingredients, and food ingredients.