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Formulators and manufacturers of hair care products understand the importance of selecting the right ingredients to create effective and high-quality hair conditioners and hair masks. We are constantly striving to offer our customers innovative and high quality ingredients for hair care products. Our portfolio consists of a large portfolio of ingredients to help hair product manufacturers produce what their customers are looking for.

By understanding the function of each ingredient, formulators that we work with can create innovative and effective hair care products that meet the needs of consumers. Conditioning agents, emollients, proteins, humectants, natural oils, antioxidants, and silicones are just some of the key ingredients used in hair conditioners and masks, offering a range of benefits to the hair and scalp. As the hair care industry continues to evolve, we continue to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and ingredients to create products that stand out in the market.

Wet Hair

Our product line includes the following types of products


Conditioning agents in shampoo formulations help detangle hair and improve its manageability. Our portfolio includes cationic surfactants such as Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Polyquaternium-7 and Behentrimonium Chloride.


Silicones are synthetic ingredients that provide a smooth and shiny finish to the hair. They can also help to reduce frizz and tangles, making the hair easier to manage. Common silicones are cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, and phenyl trimethicone.

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Actives are ingredients that are intended to have a specific effect. They have an intended function and provide certain benefits. They are the powerhouse of the product.


Antioxidants help protect the skin and other formulations from damage caused by free radicals. These are unstable molecules caused by factors such as UV-radiation, pollution, and stress. These can cause cellular damage, premature aging, and other skin concerns.


Moisturizers improve the skin's moisture content by preventing water loss and promoting hydration. Ingredients that perform this function include humectants, emollients, and occlusives.

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Humectants attract and retain moisture in the hair, making the hair more hydrated and less prone to breakage. They are particularly useful for dry or damaged hair. Examples of common humectants include Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, hyaluronic acid, and Sorbitol.


Natural oils, such as coconut oil, argan oil, and olive oil, are increasingly popular in hair care products, as they offer a range of benefits. They can help to moisturize and nourish the hair, improve its shine, and reduce breakage.

Natural oils
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