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Naturex Introduces RosEssential

January 10, 2007

Rosemary leaves contain the antioxidant Rosmarinic acid, a natural phenol. RosEssential is a water extract of rosemary, standardized to 9% Rosmarinic acid, and listed in the INCI directory as “Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract.” According to Naturex, RosEssential is the natural way to control rancidity due to the oxidation process in cosmetic products. RosEssential is the solution for organic cosmetic companies seeking organic-compliant ingredients with natural flavor (according to the FDA), no irradiation, and no synthetic compounds.

RosEssential has been recently approved by Ecocert an independent French inspection and certification organization for organic products. This approval ensures that RosEssential is manufactured sustainably, allowing its integration into cosmetic products labeled “natural and organic.” More info: www.naturex.com
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