Cognis certified natural
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Raw materials supplier Cognis says 30 of its cosmetic oils, emulsifiers and surfactants have been certified for use in natural personal-care products by BDIH (Association of German Industries and Trading Firms). Noting the booming demand for "green" personal care, Cognis says that "up until now, manufacturers of cosmetics and personal hygiene products who wanted their end products to be awarded [BDIH's] official seal had to ask Cognis to fill out a lengthy form with details about the raw materials used. But now that Cognis has obtained certification for its ingredients, it is much simpler for [its] Care Chemicals customers to formulate natural cosmetics that comply with the BDIH guidelines." More than 130 companies - including 25 outside of Germany - market products that bear BDIH's stamp of approval, according to Cognis, which maintains the seal gives companies "a clear competitive advantage," especially in German-speaking markets. Other Cognis offerings currently are being evaluated for BDIH certification, firm notes. Ninety Cognis ingredients are "green" by Ecocert standards, it adds...
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