Supplier's Corner

Rahn Rolls Out New Ingredients

April 4, 2013

• Touted as the new first-aid kit for inflamed skin, Defensil-Plus targets those plagued with sensitive skin or eczema. The properties of blackcurrant seed oil and balloon vine extract in combination with sunflower oil concentrate effectively reduce inflammatory processes and replenish the damaged skin barrier. It soothes various forms of skin irritation; acute irritation as a result of razor burn or even mosquito bites. It is also Ecocert-listed.

Another new ingredient, Aquarich with black oat extract and lecithin, is said to possess excellent skin moisturizing properties and improves skin hydration. New studies reveal its repair-effect on hair too. Aquarich conforms to Ecocert and Cosmos standard and can be incorporated in natural cosmetics. It is suitable for any kind of skin, body and hair care products and can be incorporated in gels, emulsions, shampoos and conditioners.

More info: www.rahn-group.com
 
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