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Multifunctionals: A Transparent Approach to Safe & Sustainable Preservation

Cosmetics manufacturers that wish to meet the 21st century consumers expectations and at the same time comply with regulations, need to consider alternative preservation models to the traditional approach based exclusively on materials from Annex V. Modern alternative models are based on using a variety of biobased multifunctionals (Cosmos approved or with a high ISO 16128 Natural Origin Index), preferably made with green chemistry to get consistent composition and consequently performance.

Read more on the topic of modern alternative approaches to preservation with the help of multifunctional ingredients in this panel discussion curated by Teknoscienze. Michael J. Fevola, Ph.D. Vice President R&D and Product Stewardship, Inolex provides his insights specific to "Multifunctionals: A transparent approach to safe and sustainable preservation".

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