This multifunctional ingredient is manufactured from renewable raw materials from sugar cane and has the same properties as the original pentylene glycol, Hydrolite® 5. It hydrates the skin and boosts the efficacy of active ingredients used in cosmetic formulations. In addition, Hydrolite® 5 green improves both, the look and consistency as well as the protection of the product. Manufacturers of cosmetic products can use this ingredient in a wide range of cosmetics. “Thanks to our thorough research, we are able to deliver a product that combines high quality efficacy and naturalness, meeting the expectations of modern consumers around the world.” said Yohanna Sander, Senior Global Product Manager Micro Protection at Symrise.
Hydrolite® 5 green perfectly fits into the sustainability strategy of Symrise. Within the context of this strategy, the company emphasizes the importance of comprehensive transparency that benefits customers and end consumers. In 2018 the company won several awards for its exceptional global environmental protection efforts (Carbon Disclosure Project) and climate targets as well as for its environmental and social engagement (Ethibel Sustainability Index). The company currently assesses 80 percent of its main suppliers according to sustainability criteria. “Every time we use raw materials in our product development, we look at their sustainability as well as their social and environmental added value,” said Eder Ramos Global President Cosmetic Ingredients Division of Symrise. “With Hydrolite® 5 green we have reached a further milestone, because it is entirely made from byproducts of a renewable source, the sugar cane.”
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