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INCI listing of ingredients used in Olinat face cream

There are many face creams on the market, but none that is so well formulated as Olinat - if you are looking for a pure natural face cream. Our researchers worked for more than eighteen months to formulate this highly moisturizing and hydrating face cream.

preservative free facial cream To order Olinat face cream please click here.

What makes Olinat face cream even more special is the fact that it was especially formulated to tolerate the addition of essential oils or botanic extracts - thereby allowing you to make your own face cream - custom made and personalized for your skin's requirements and needs.

To see a summary of the therapeutic effects of the various essential oils please click here.

What is the INCI listing? face cream

Each country in which cosmetics or skin care products are manufactured have their own legislation in place, yet most countries follow the guidelines and rules as specified by the CTFA (USA). Part of the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association (CTFA) function is to formalize the INCI names of each ingredient, and to assign it a "classification" as well as a "functioning group".

All ingredients are also divided into "uses" but this does not really help the public much, as the uses are restricted to a certain amount of simplification and does not always elucidate the reason why a specific ingredient is included in a formula.

INCI names for face cream face cream

In order to create a system in which all countries use a global reference, it is required that manufacturers use the INCI (International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient) name for a specific ingredient, in order to avoid confusion.

This uniform use of labeling names is accepted in all scientific and medical communities, as well as regulatory bodies, since it promotes a common understanding of the ingredient in question throughout the world.

The use of INCI (International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient) names are legally adopted by the United states of America, Japan, United Kingdom and all other European Union member states, Bulgaria, Brazil, Costa Rica, Lithuania, Malaysia, The Philippines, Poland, The Russian Federation, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland and Thailand.

There are many benefits of a uniform labeling system, since it provides a transparency to consumers and is also helpful for the correct use of scientific information and identification.

There are still unresolved issues regarding the uniform labeling system when it comes to botanical ingredients, where the EU (Colipa, the European Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association) insists on using the genus and specie as the label name, and the USA still wanting the common name.

For this reason some manufacturers (like ourselves) use the genus and specie name, followed by the common name in parenthesis.

Ingredients of our Olinat face cream face cream

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