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Golgemma at Biofach Vivaness


Golgemma now offers more than 300 materials such as macerates, hydrosols, natural extracts, most of which are certified Ecocert organic cosmetics, Nop, Cosmos and certified by "Fair For Life" and or "For Life".

Present at Biofach 2022 on stand 8-327 in Hall 8 until 29 July 2022 in Nuremberg (Germany), the brand invites visitors to discover some new features:

• Damascena rose hydrosol on geogard – hyda0016
Origin: Bulgaria, Morocco
Descriptor: pink
Rose damascena is one of the best-known ingredients in perfumery and cosmetics, prized for the sensual quality and softness it gives to a composition. The main rose-producing countries are Turkey, Bulgaria and Morocco. Bushes bloom once a year, from May to June. Our range of rose hydrosols is based on the supply and traceability of top quality raw materials ensured through their operations in Bulgaria and Morocco, where it has its own rose fields and production units. This dual local location allows him to harvest the flowers by hand and to proceed with their distillation and extraction within 24 hours of picking, in order to guarantee the best quality.

• Damascena rose hydrosol on leucidal – hyda0035
Origin: Bulgaria, Morocco
Descriptor: Rose
Leucidal is a multifunctional antimicrobial ferment of stabilizing products of natural origin. Its Leucidal hydrosols are 97.0% organic certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to the Cosmos standard. Golgemma uses Leucidal in the preparation of its hydrosols because its use gives it the opportunity to offer a range of preservative-free hydrosols with the same date of minimum durability as the hydrosols preserved, i.e. 2 years. It is therefore a particularly relevant alternative to synthetic preservatives used in cosmetics, for its customers who are looking for floral waters of 100% natural origin.

Centifolia rose hydrosol on leucidal – hyda0044
Origin: Morocco
Descriptors: Note Of Rose, Powder, Fruit
Native to the Caucasus and Iran, the Rose centifolia appeared at the end of the sixteenth century following a mutation of Rosa gallica. It then spread to France, in the Grasse region, where it was cultivated for its exceptional essence. Along with rosa damascena, it is one of only two botanical varieties of roses grown for the perfume industry. Although the Rose Centifolia is an emblematic raw material of the Grasse region, for which it has gained a reputation.

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