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Croda Beauty launches a range of ceramides inspired by nature

SphingoCare, Croda Beauty's new ceramide range, is based on active lipids for skin and hair, inspired by nature and bioengineered.

"SphingoCare is the name of our new comprehensive range of ceramides designed for cosmetic applications. These trusted ingredients are primarily derived from biotechnology and plants, and are available either at a high level of purity, pre-dispersed, or in biomimetic blends."says Croda Beauty.

These ingredients offer extensive skin and hair care activities such as skin hydration, scalp well-being, soothing, environmental protection, lip care, microbiome balancing and hair cuticle smoothing.

Key points of the range according to Croda Beauty :

  • Complete range of sphingolipids and ceramides
  • Derived from the fermentation of plants and yeasts
  • Covers the skin's four main ceramides
  • Pure, easy-to-handle pre-dispersed shapes
  • Bio-mimetic lamellar vectorization

Photo taken from the Croda Beauty website.

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