Scott Bader has launched their second range of sustainable products for the personal care market; Texiterra.
The exciting new Texiterra product range consists of 100% natural cold pressed oils and exfoliants, carefully sourced from partners who share Scott Bader’s ethics and values. Texiterra natural oils are the sustainable choice of base oils for a range of personal care formulations including; shampoos, moisturisers, sun lotions, shaving creams and many more.
Scott Bader’s Texiterra cold pressed rapeseed oil is carbon neutral, plastic neutral and grown to sustainable LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) Marque standards. LEAF Marque is a farm assurance system that shows that the crop has been grown sustainably with care for the environment through extended crop rotations, cover crops, companion crops, wildflower meadow margins, tree and hedgerow planting, beetle banks and beehives. These methods improve the biodiversity on the farm and ensures that sustainability stays front of mind throughout the whole farming system.
Scott Bader’s African oils partner harvest and process wild natural products. Its objective is to contribute to community development throughout Zimbabwe, particularly for women, by generating alternative production activities, employment opportunities and improved living conditions. This is achieved within a framework that protects and manages production in an ecologically sound manner.
Texiterra is Scott Bader’s first range of 100% natural products and therefore a big step towards their 2036 vision of becoming a fully sustainable company with a net positive impact on the environment from their operations globally.
Mark Stanion, Global Product Manager for Scott Bader’s Functional Polymers, said: “We are delighted to launch our second range of natural products for the personal care market. The team have been working tirelessly to launch Texiterra and we look forward to working with our customers around the world on their personal care formulations.”
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