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Does your extract really come from nature?

Does your extract really come from nature?

Just because your extract has a plant name in it doesn’t mean is comes from nature, or has much of the natural source in it. Our extracts are 10% plant concentrate, and are not standardised with synthetic actives in an attempt to replicate what is thought to be naturally available in a species. We source our extracts from manufacturers that use innovative technology to extract from the natural source - you get the water soluble actives as they are in nature. If your extract consistently offers a % of actives you are likely talking about a synthetic standardised extract that probably hasn’t been anywhere near a plant or it...

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The Plant Extracts Company Pty Ltd TPEC

Global Trending - Australian extracts are front and centre on the world stage for cosmetics!

Global Trending - Australian extracts are front and centre on the world stage for cosmetics!

Until recently, Australia has been overlooked as a source of plant actives - it represents a pristine, clean, unexplored ecosystems – the next NEW THING - a source of unique plants that are so clever at storing the active compounds that we can access for new natural product development. Add the fact that these species offer exciting NEW imagery giving you new stories to set your brand above the rest! The Australian climate and conditions are fierce and tough, and so their plants have to be in order to survive - now you can put some of their magic in your...

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The Plant Extracts Company Pty Ltd TPEC

Natural Water soluble actives - a new tool kit.

Natural Water soluble actives - a new tool kit.

We have been able to access the actives from the essential oils and fatty acids of a plant but the water soluble actives have not been well represented in the past. We know water is vital to a plant and how it operates form osmosis though to photosynthesis, so it makes sense we are uncovering an exciting new look at what species can offer in water-soluble actives!!

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