what do you know about the tagua ?
Phytelephas aequatorialis Used Cosmetics, Skin Care, Exfoliation, Cream, Soaps, Botanical.
Tagua nut It has been developed, as an exclusive raw material, for cosmetic use, as an ingredient that is being replaced to plastic microbeads Phytelephas is of the family Arecaceae, en English Tagua Nut, Deutch Tagua Nuss, in France Noix de Tagua.
Between names common that has the tagua is Palm Ivory, vegetable ivory, Corozo, Coquilla, Palmivor.
The tagua is natural 100% Is cultivated wildly and organic.
The tagua is helping to prevent the contamination of the oceans, because the plastic beads contaminate the environment.
This line is new and tested in USA, we recommend its use for new products, any doubt please contact us.
- Origin South America,
- INCI of the plant material
- EU Cosmetic Regulation
- EU Reach
- China Reach
- China INCI
- Phytelephas Aequatorialis Seed Powder
- Phytelephas Aequatorialis Seed Powder is safe for its intended use as an abrasive.
- It is not known to cause any adverse health effects. The product contains no additives.
- The product complies to the EU Cosmetic Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009.
- The product is naturally occurring and left as such in its natural state. To assure aproper shelf life, it is irradiated.
- The plant material used complies with the requirements of Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) as derived from the Nagoya Protocol and its corresponding national legislations.
- The product, i.e. the substance, conforms to the Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006,since the substance is naturally occurring.
- The product, i.e. the substance, conforms to the legislation of China Reach, since the substance is naturally occurring.
- There is currently no China INCI name for Phytelephas Aequatorialis Seed Powder available.
- The product conforms to Halal requirements.