At BSC, our aim is to provide high-quality ingredients to formulators and manufacturers of skin care products that meet the needs of the modern consumers, who are looking for safe, effective, and sustainable skin care solutions.
We offer a wide range of skin care ingredients, including natural and synthetic materials, that can be used in a variety of formulations. Our products are sourced from leading global manufacturers.
As we continue to grow and learn more from our customers and the market, our portfolio of ingredients continues to grow. Please reach out to us if you have any questions on the contact link below.
Our product line includes the following types of products
Exfoliating ingredients help remove dead skin cells from the skin's surface. This may improve texture, unclog pores, and brighten the complexion. Physical exfoliants include materials like crystals and beads, while chemical exfoliants include alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta-hydroxy acids (BHAs), and enzymes.
Anti-aging ingredients are used to address the visible signs of aging, including fine lines, wrinkles, and loss of elasticity. Ingredients in this category include retinoids, peptides, antioxidants, and growth factors.
Soothing ingredients are used to calm and reduce inflammation in the skin. These ingredients can be particularly helpful for individuals with sensitive skin. Examples of soothing ingredients include aloe vera, chamomile, and green tea.
Moisturizers improve the skin's moisture content by preventing water loss and promoting hydration. Ingredients that perform this function include humectants, emollients, and occlusives.
Environmental factors such as infrared radiation, blue light, and pollution can impact the skin negatively, leading to uneven skin tone, accelerated aging and inflammation. To protect the skin from these stressors, Skincare formulators add products such as plant extracts, niacinamide, anti-oxidants, etc.
Sun protection is crucial for maintaining healthy skin. Sunscreen ingredients can be divided in 2 groups: chemical and physical. Chemical sunscreen absorbs UV rays, while physical sunscreens (such as zinc oxide and titanium dioxide) reflect them.
Emulsifiers help mix and stabilize ingredients, such as oil and water. They enable the uniform dispersion of oil droplets in water or water droplets in oil, ensuring a stable and consistent product.