Growing trends in consumer awareness of sustainability, resourcefulness and our impact on the environment continue to dominate political and social agendas.
Over the past few years, we have become more aware of the ingredients we put into our body to promote good health and lessen our environmental footprint. Now we are seeing a huge focus on what we put onto our body too.
The increase in utilising raw ingredients to formulate skincare products such as creams, serums, eye creams and face masks has started to gain momentum. Consumers are seeking more natural products that are ethically and sustainably sourced which can still produce the results of synthetic ingredients.
The market continues to demand anti-wrinkle products, anti-pigmentation products and anti-stretch mark products however there has been a significant shift to formulate these products using ingredients that contain various natural ingredients, such as oats, liquorice, pomegranate, shea butter, aloe vera and other ingredients that are known for their anti-ageing properties.
It’s an exciting space to watch as consumers become more educated about the skincare options available to them. Skincare manufacturers have a huge opportunity to be more transparent with the ingredients they use to formulate products and encourage consumers to make the switch natural raw materials.
Just a few of the raw skin care ingredients we can provided to our Australian and New Zealand customer base:
- Oat Biobeads
- Oat COM
- Oat Silk
- Oat Liqid
Just a few of the beauty products that can be made using our oat ingredient partnerships:
- High sensitive skin care
- Dermatitis products
- Eye shadows
- BB creams