We use only the highest grade, ultra-pure ingredients. High-purity ingredients in cosmetics offer enhanced consistency, potency, and alignment with sustainability demands. They ensure reliable effects with minimal variation, reduce the risk of irritation due to fewer impurities, and are produced via environmentally friendly methods, meeting consumer expectations for quality and ethical sourcing. These benefits are supported by studies on biotechnology-derived ingredients, highlighting their significant role in cosmetic efficacy and sustainability​.

Cetyl Hydroxyethylcellulose


- versatile thickening agent used in cosmetics

- increase the viscosity of formulations

- providing a smooth and luxurious texture


- allowing for versatile formulation options

- approved for use in cosmetics by regulatory bodies


Cetyl Hydroxyethylcellulose is a versatile ingredient in cosmetics, prized for its thickening and emulsifying properties. Derived from cellulose, it enhances the viscosity of formulations, providing a smooth and luxurious texture. As an emulsifier, it stabilizes oil-water mixtures, ensuring even distribution of ingredients. This ingredient also forms a protective film on the skin, locking in moisture and active compounds. Its versatility extends to various skincare products, from creams to serums, improving their texture and spreadability. Gentle and hypoallergenic, Cetyl Hydroxyethylcellulose suits most skin types. With natural origin options available, it aligns with the trend of using botanical ingredients in skincare formulations.
McMullen, Roger L., Seher Ozkan, and Timothy Gillece. "Physicochemical properties of cellulose ethers." Cosmetics 9.3 (2022): 52.