Cornelius examines new oils for the face, hair and body


Cornelius examines new oils for the face, hair and body

(Posted on 02/02/16)

When choosing cosmetics, consumers are looking for products that are multi- purpose and deliver greater value, whether that is improving skin texture, volumising hair or simply offering improved convenience. 

One of the huge hits of 2015 was Clarins Lip Oil, containing hazelnut and jojoba oils for their softening and nourishing properties, as well as two copolymers to provide substantivity. It quickly became a favourite with beauty bloggers and was soon out-of-stock in stores.

The formulators at the Cornelius lab used the Clarins product as a benchmark to create their own lip oil and succeeded in formulating one, which has a subtle shine and nourishing feel, without being sticky. It contains natural oils along with Olvea® Silky Shea, a shea ester that imparts a velvety after-feel.

To read the full article by Cornelius Senior Chemist, Jennifer Hermitage, click here

Article courtesy of COSSMA