Main Materials

Main Materials for making cosmetics



Main Materials for making cosmetics

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Gosulin is a vegetable emollient from coconut and sugar. It reduces thewhitening effect of the emulsions and improves spreadability.

It can replace synthetic silicones and is ideal to create dry oils for use in hair and face.

Available in:

  • 500ml 22.50€
  • 1lit
  • For larger quantities please contact us

INCI: Arachis hypogaea.  Peanut Oil is produced from the cold-pressed fruit of the Arachis Hypogaea plant, which comes from Central America and is known in Greece as Arabic Pistachio. Ideal for treating very dry skin. Moisturizes without clogging the pores. Contains linoleic acid (Omega-6), Vitamin E and resveratrol which has an antioxidant effect and protects the skin from infections and irritations.. 


It is a synthetic preservative approved by ECOCERT for cosmetic use.

Ideal for cosmetic creams, lotions and liquid soaps, shampoos.

USE: In the final product to 1% and maintain the product for 1 year.

  • 100ml
  • 500ml
  • 1 lit
  • 5 lit
  • For larger quantites please contact us.

INCI Name: Avobenzone – Butyl methoxydibenzoyl methane

It is a white crystalline powder that acts as a ultraviolet absorber.

When applied to the skin, this product absorbs UV rays.

It works in conjunction with eusolex and can give up to SFP 50.



Use in cosmetics because it attracts water and acts as a moisturizer. Improvesthe appearance of skin by reducing flaking and restoring suppleness.

It is also used to help stabilize cosmetics.

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Citric acid is a weak organic tricarboxylic acid.

It is very common in the plant kingdom, mainly in lemons and other citrus fruits, kiwi, strawberries and many other fruits.

Citric acid is a pH regulator, decreasing the pH of cosmetic preparations.

And it is a necessary ingredient to make frothy bath products.

At home, it is very useful because it dissolves the salts and is ecological.

1 Kg