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2022-08-11 09:15   Téléphones   Say   22 views

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Legally speaking, food additive refers to any substance used in the production, processing, treatment, packaging, transportation or storage of food. A substance used for a specific purpose, such as a sweetener, is referred to as a "direct additive" and is typically listed on the food's ingredient label. Indirect food additives, on the other hand, are substances that find their way into foods in small amounts due to packaging, storage or other handling. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration requires that food manufacturers prove a substance's safety before it is permitted to be used in contact with food.

The cosmetic label usually contains different cosmetic lists of raw materials used in the formation of that product. It is crucial to have a great concern about the specific ingredients when buying a cosmetic product. It will help you to be sure if the product works in the way declared by the manufacturer.As a user, it is essential to know what ingredients are used in the cosmetics. The data will help you in making informed choices when purchasing the product from a cosmetic store.In most cases, this happens because some ingredients in a given product may be available in a smaller quantity that’s actually required to create a particular effect. Therefore, the preparation of cosmetic products with a particular effect is not easy. It is essential to select Cosmetics raw materials suppliers who are qualified to ensure consistency and harmony of the ingredients to attain desired results for making natural cosmetics with synthetic ingredients. Below are the types of Raw Materials Used in Cosmetics & Personal Care Products:

Within the chemical industry there are two main groups of chemicals: fine chemicals and heavy chemicals, sometimes called bulk chemicals. These chemical types have different uses in the industry but both are of equal importance to the companies that use them. 

  • What Are Fine Chemicals?

  • NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) is currently one of the most researched and popular substances to slow down aging. It is a substance that occurs naturally in our body. NMN is a precursor to NAD+. NAD+ is a very important molecule for every cell in our body. NAD+ is a substance that countless enzymes and proteins need to carry out their function. For example, NAD+ is required for proper repair and maintenance of our DNA and epigenome (by enzymes like sirtuins and PARPs) (R). What are some of the effects of NMN?

  • Alpha arbutin is a molecule extracted from the bearberry plant that prevents the formation of melanin. Alpha arbutin is a choice brightening ingredient because it's a derivative of hydroquinone, one of the most effective skin-lightening and spot-fading actives out there.By almost all accounts, it is considered very safe and has been proven in clinical studies to prevent the formation of melanin and lighten the skin.  This is great news for those who not only wish to improve their skin and eliminate pigmentation issues, but continual use will also prevent built up of pigmentation caused by sun damage and aging. Alpha arbutin is dubbed as the safe alternative to hydroquinone, and is a valuable antioxidant that benefits skin greatly.  There are no medical studies to support any notable side effects per recording via NCBI. It's also important to note, that there is a distinct difference between alpha arbutin and another ingredient called beta-arbutin.  While they do sound similar, beta-arbutin is a cheap version and not a stable choice in skin care products. Arbutin is used in skin lightening treatments designed for long term and regular use. An active agent in brands of skin lightening preparations, it is more expensive than traditional skin lightening ingredients like hydroquinone, which is now banned in many countries. In vitro studies of human melanocytes exposed to arbutin at concentrations below 300 μg/mL reported decreased tyrosinase activity and melanin content with little evidence of cytotoxicity. There are several significant studies that show alpha arbutin works very well and is a worthwhile alternative to harsh and synthetic skin lightening ingredients.