Blue Marble Biomaterials has announced it is teaming up with Welch’s to formulate fragrances and beauty products focusing on the antioxidizing properties of grapes and apples.
Blue Marble Biomaterials was founded in 2005 and makes esters, sulfur compounds, thioesters, extracts, oils carboxylic acids and terpenes which are used in skin care products. The company make these things from organic waste such as coffee, tea, wood, fruits, vegetables and algae. Blue Marble will use the matter leftover from Welch’s production of apple and grape juice. Yum!
The next time you look at product ingredients and they list apples and grapes, this could be where the manufacturer is getting their raw ingredients.
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Utroski, D. (2016). Cosmetic Design USA, “Welch’s and Blue Marble Biomaterials team up on fragrance and cosmetic ingredients”. Retrieved December 14, 2016, from: http://www.cosmeticsdesign.com/Formulation-Science/Welch-s-and-Blue-Marble-Biomaterials-team-up-on-fragrance-and-cosmetic-ingredients?utm_source=newsletter_daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=13-Dec-2016&c=9sHOSUTBWSi%2BlSJWlrIkTvA1SzQ0U%2Fe9&p2=