- Essential Oils
Rosemary, Antioxidant Organic
Unearth the captivating allure of Rosemary, Antioxidant Organic, a powerful antioxidant derived from the Rosemary plant.
It is a rich source of rosmarinic acid, a potent antioxidant that helps to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.
Rosemary, Antioxidant Organic has a variety of health benefits. It is known to reduce inflammation, boost immunity, and improve cognitive function.
Rosemary, Antioxidant Organic is available in a variety of forms, including supplements, extracts, and oils. It can be taken orally or applied to the skin.
Unlock the magic of Rosemary, Antioxidant Organic today! Formulate your products with this wonder ingredient for amazing results. Get a quote or order a sample and embrace nature's gift in your formulations!
What can it be used in?
- All Beauty & Personal Care
- Body Care
- Hair Care
- INCI Listing Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract / Helianthus annuus Seed Oil
- Manufacturing Method Infused
- CAS Number 8001-21-6 / 84604-14-8
- EINCS 232-273-9 / 283-291-9
- Aroma Herbal
- Customs Tariff Code 1302 1970 00
Rich in antioxidants, it shields the skin from environmental stressors, neutralising free radicals and promoting a youthful appearance. As well as enhancing skin resilience, reducing oxidative damage, and fostering a radiant, revitalised complexion.
Provides a refreshing and cooling sensation to the skin, helping to alleviate heat and discomfort. Ideal for use in products designed to soothe sunburns or calm irritated skin.
Organic rosemary antioxidant offers the same benefits as conventional rosemary antioxidant. Its organic production ensures that it is free from synthetic pesticides or fertilisers, making it suitable for organic and natural formulations.
Organic rosemary antioxidant can be used in hair care products to preserve the integrity of the formulations and protect the hair from environmental damage. It helps to enhance the stability of hair products and maintain their effectiveness.
Italy’s varied geography, including coastal areas, mountains, and plains, offers a range of microclimates suitable for cultivating different plant species, and oil cooperatives are common, allowing small-scale farmers to pool their resources and expertise.